August 15, 2013

New app Composite helps Photoshop design for screens

“Design with Layer Comps… Link screens by naming layers… Open in Interactive Mode.” Sounds promising.

Composite is a brand new way of creating interactive prototypes. It automatically connects to your Photoshop® documents and converts your mockups into interactive prototypes in seconds. No need to export images or maintain tons of hotspots.

While designing in Photoshop® you can also get a live preview of your design directly on your device, ensuring the design works in the right scale and context.

[Via Tim Riot]

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Words to make your mouth ex-er-cise

When he’s not being attacked by my sons, our designer Dave Werner is making fun music videos that have racked up over a million views on YouTube:

In a new interview on Pro Video Coalition, Dave talks about how he uses After Effects & Premiere Pro together (having bailed on Final Cut before coming to Adobe) to make “Extraneous Lyrics 2012.” Oh, and it looks like he’s already getting prepped to make the 2013 edition.

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Adobe Muse adds scroll motion effects, more

Adobe’s visual HTML authoring tool gets new features, free for Creative Cloud members to download:

Now designers can:

  • Experiment with scroll motion effects quickly using the new Scroll Effects panel

  • Make long, single page sites easier to navigate
  • Have confidence that sites with scroll motion effects will work more smoothly on tablets and smartphones, including iPhones and iPads

With over half a million websites created with Adobe Muse, there are a lot of great ideas for inspiration to get started. Visit the Adobe Muse Site of the Day to see some of the more engaging sites Adobe Muse users are creating.

[Adobe TV]

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