When I first tried Bohemian Coding’s unfortunately named but altogether amazing Sketch, my eyes lit up, and I recognized immediately that this was the user interface design tool for which I had been waiting for years. It combined the precision of a raster editing application like Photoshop with the versatility of a vector editing application like Illustrator, and it did so with all of the speed and nimbleness of a newly imagined, freshly written app, one free of the cruft that had been increasingly weighing down the dominant players in the graphics software market for years. Also, it was incredibly affordable.