Hi Nicolas and thanks for your comment! At the moment I don’t think there’s a workaround to that. The reason why this method has worked for me and my teams is because we’ve defined the parameters on the buttons themselves. For instance we have short, regular and long buttons and those follow our grid margins rather than a common padding. For example we use short buttons for instances like “OK” and “Cancel”, regular buttons for instances like “Next step” and long buttons for the likes of “Help & FAQ” which allows us to make it a bit more predictable. I have a feeling that Sketch will see this as a likely scenario and work on a solution that might render this method partially obsolete — we’ll see!

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Alberto Orsini

Alberto Orsini

Designer, husband, dad. I am into delightful UX. Sr. Manager, Product Design at Royal Caribbean.

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