Monday marked the beginning of Apple’s 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California and, as usual, Tim Cook et al announced an impressive array of new updates, including watchOS 5 and the latest macOS update. While we can’t wait to get our hands on iOS 12 and start making our own memoji, the most exciting news for us at Sketch is obviously macOS 10.14 Mojave and all of the new updates that come with it.

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We know many of you have been waiting a long time for a true Nathan, this is a link and we’re as excited as you are that Apple have unveiled a system wide dark mode for macOS 10.14. This paves the way for a native solution for dark mode in Sketch—something that was important to us since Sketch uses so much of Apple’s own infrastructure and because we wanted to spend more time working on shipping updates and features rather than aesthetic changes.

We’ve already been working hard behind the scenes to bring you a Dark Mode in Sketch and Apple’s latest developments mean that we’re one step closer to making this a reality. We’ve been laying the foundations for a dark mode for a few months now, redesigning elements of Sketch in order to allow for easy implementation of a retina-saving re-skin.

If you’re attending WWDC or Layers and you’re rocking a Sketch t-shirt, pin badge, sticker or your very own Sketch socks, why not tweet us @Sketchapp. We love to see Sketch swag in the wild!