Plugin for generating easy to use connection flow arrows in Sketch
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👉 Arrows

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Plugin for Sketch to create connection flow arrows for creating user flows, sitemaps and many more. Just select two objects and click on "Plugins" → "👉 Arrows" → "Define a Link" and voilà! It will create a connection with arrow 🚀

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Motivation

In our day to day activities, we are creating a lot of diagrams in EPAM. We understood that most of our time we are spending on connecting and drawing arrows for our user flows and to automate that, I created this plugin

How it works

ArrowDemo

Download Plugin

The most recent version you can find here: Download the Latest Arrows Sketch Plugin Install Sketch Arrows with Sketchpacks

Bonus

This plugin allows you to provide an arrow between two objects, but for creating user flows and sitemaps you need actual objects to interact with. Don't worry, we got your back!

Download Free Interactions Library 🎉

Join Community and Contacts

If you would like to suggest improvement, report a bug or just say "Hi 👋" join our community on Spectrum

You can write me directly via mssg.me/farid or find me on Instagram or Dribbble as @faridsabitov

Watch tutorial on Youtube

Preview

Roadmap

  • Allow user to specify arrow from Library