On our Academic Technologist for Web & UX, Elana Altman's recommendation, we have purchased a site license for Sketch. In a review for the @barnlib newsletter, she writes, "I’ll admit it: I’m a little obsessed with Sketch, a program available on the computers in the Media Center. It’s a simple, nimble design program that makes it easy to take ideas and turn them into clickable prototypes. It’s specifically made for working on digital assets (such as app mock-ups or website wireframes) and comes with a library of iOS icons. I would highly recommend that anyone interested in user experience (UX) or user interface (UI) design try it out. It’s surprisingly quick to learn. And once you know it you, it’s worth listing on your resume - it’s a skill design recruiters look for!"