September 13, 2013

Stand In: UI prototyping straight from Photoshop

The first fruits of independent developers extending Photoshop’s new Generator feature are starting to arrive.

“Much more than image extraction,” writes Photoshop’s Tim Riot, “Stand In takes positioning, styling, state, even motion data, from PSDs and creates prototypes that feel like real apps which you can view on your iPhone. This capability, to fluidly create in Photoshop and seamlessly output designs to any context, is at the heart of the Generator technology.”

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A closer look at the Photoshop Generator syntax

Nerdy, but interesting for those who really care about the details of Web/UI graphics production:

The Photoshop Generator feature offers great flexibility in the ways you can rename layers/layer groups to specify size and quality parameters. Stepping beyond the recommendations in the Help article, this blog post looks at some valid variations that you can use while tagging layer/layer group names.

Here’s the full post.

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