Custom themes for Sketch

Note : For Sketch 52 and above, Midnight requires macOS Mojave.

Custom Themes

Change the look of Sketch to match your work or your work environment.

Photo by João Silas

Layer Tags

Apply colored tags to Layers, Artboards and Pages.

Custom Canvas Color

Find your ultimate focus by choosing the perfect canvas color to highlight your work.

Requires Sketch 52 or greater

Isolated Dark Mode

Force Sketch to stay dark (or light) ignoring your macOS setting.

Requires Sketch 52 or greater

Collapse Groups

A handy button for one of the most frequent tasks.

Vector Handles

High-contrast handles make editing vectors easier.

Indent Guides

Easily identify how Groups and Layers are nested.

Toolbar Icon Sets

Use monochrome or colored icons with the option to hide borders around them.

Easy Configuration

Frequently Asked Questions

Will using the theme affect Sketch performance?

This may depend on the configuration of your Mac. We have tested Midnight with large Sketch documents and have seen no difference in performance. If you think Midnight is causing performance lag for you please send us a message on Twitter @_midnightsketch.

Can I use Midnight with Sketch 52 on High Sierra?

Unfortunately, due to API limitations we cannot support the combination of Sketch 52 running on High Sierra. Most of the API used to darken Sketch 52+ is only available on Mojave.

Which versions of Sketch and macOS does Midnight support?

Midnight is compatible with Sketch 48 or greater on macOS Sierra or above. macOS Mojave is required for Sketch 52 onwards.

How can I disable or uninstall Midnight?

Go to the Plugins section in Sketch - Preferences and control-click on Midnight. You will get options to disable or uninstall the plugin. Then restart Sketch to apply changes.

© Midnight Sketch
by Danny, Yi-Ming, and Aaron

Special thanks to
Mathieu Dutour – Sketch
Roy van RooijenRunner
Aby NimbalkarRunner
Tim Van DammeAbstract
Josh Dunsterville
Raul Perțe
Ryan McLeod
for inspiration and support