A few weeks ago, I went to a Polygon studio in Brooklyn to demo the latest version of the company’s popular Sketch app.
While it’s still early days, it’s a fascinating look at how the technology behind it is transforming the way the company thinks about its editorial and design work.
I’d say that it’s the best look at the technology in action that I’ve seen in quite some time, and a great example of how the company has learned to embrace the creative side of its business while still maintaining a focus on the hardware.
At the same time, I’d be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge the technology’s shortcomings.
It’s a pretty basic device that doesn’t have much room for the kind of fancy lighting effects that make a good cover art look good.
But the hardware is also fairly basic: It’s made out of cheap plastic, the only part of the phone that can handle the high-end hardware.
The camera is a Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, which is actually better than the Galaxy S5 edge in every way except for its 1080p camera.
The device also lacks the features of the Samsung S6 or the HTC 10.
The only real hardware change is the removal of the headphone jack, a feature that, as I said, is a big step forward.
The phone does have some other big new features that I’ll talk about in a moment, but the biggest one is the ability to add a new photo to a page.
It can do this by dragging an image from the Camera Roll onto the page, then clicking the Edit button.
Here’s how it works: You select a photo you want to add to the page by dragging the image onto the screen, and then click the Edit icon in the upper-right corner of the screen.
Here you can choose the quality of the image you want, and if you want the image to have a more organic look, you can set it to be either sepia, black and white, or a combination of the two.
Next, you’ll need to choose the location where you want your photo to appear.
If you’re not in the U.S., you can select the U-verse or Verizon app stores.
You can also add the image from your Camera Roll to the front of the page.
Clicking Edit then Drag brings up a list of all the photos that you’ve added, and you can add a few more by clicking Edit and clicking Add More.
Next you need the photo to be at least 800 pixels wide.
You also need to give it a black background, and the device will then add a color-coded border around the photo, so that it looks more like the one from the Sketch app, with the photo’s borders set to gray.
You don’t have to do this for every photo, but it helps.
In a couple of instances, the camera will actually automatically fill in the black border.
The bottom line is that the phone can’t create a perfect photo without a good background and a good color palette, and Sketch does a great job of that.
So far, the device’s most notable new feature is the new “portrait mode.”
Here, you get a wider range of colors to choose from, so if you’re painting a picture that’s more of a neutral color, Sketch will automatically adjust the colors to make it appear that way.
The app also has a new “night mode” that lets you select a different color for the background to make the picture more saturated.
You could also add a bit of detail to your photo by adjusting the exposure, or changing the lighting.
The photo also now comes in four different styles: Classic, Standard, Bold, and Bold, with a fifth mode called Bright.
The image can also be saved as a PNG file, and saved as an HTML document.
As you can see in the screenshot above, the color selection is fairly straightforward, and that’s really the only change that the app makes to the photo.
The main downside of the camera is that it can’t take pictures with the phone itself in the background, meaning you’ll have to use the phone as a background for all of your shots.
The biggest change that Sketch makes to its camera is the addition of a new setting called “Color Control.”
This new feature lets you tweak the color of your images.
To do this, you drag the image and the photo onto the camera screen, then click Edit.
This menu lets you adjust the color saturation, contrast, and brightness.
Here, if you have a white background, the slider is set to normal.
If that’s too dark, the default is set at the lowest possible setting.
You’re now ready to use your photos as the background for a photo of your character.
The option to set the color also lets you set a “color palette” for the image.
A photo of a person wearing a red shirt with a yellow stripe and a red tie will appear white, while a white