January 27, 2014

Your corners: Dynamic, or *Super* Dynamic?

I’m a longtime fan of Astute Graphics & their invaluable Illustrator plug-ins. Here they show how Illustrator CC’s new Live Corners complement, rather than obviate, VectorScribe’s Super Dynamic Corners:

[YouTube]

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Create apps using Photoshop, interactive HTML using InDesign

Kwik lets you design in Photoshop, then “Bring Your Interactive Stories to Life, Without Code.”

[YouTube] [Via Pierre Courtejoie]

Elsewhere, CreativePro reports on In5:

In5, the InDesign plug-in from Ajar Productions, has been updated to version 2 which allows you to use InDesign’s native animation and timing features and export the results to HTML instead of Flash. This means your animations will work on just about any screen, including mobile devices. And you get to work with InDesign’s easy-to-use animation tools instead of code. With in5 v2 you can nest animation and interactivity within groups and Multi-State Objects, and even re-import your animations back into InDesign to use them in Adobe DPS projects.

[YouTube]

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Realtime retouching as social commentary

“Dubious Photoshop has never sounded so good,” writes the Verge of musician Boggie performing “Nouveau Parfum,” a commentary on how far we’ll go to change our appearances—maybe even who we are. It’s well worth a look:

  

I just wish we got a peek at the actual app & process used to make this imaginary one. Here are the Google-translated lyrics. [Vimeo]

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