A little more from my Photoshop plugin.
This is the preview options, pretty straight forward really. When your done designing you can churn out some nice previews to sent over to the client with just a few clicks. No more hunting around for those presentation PSD's :)
I've also updated the camera icon due to previous feedback. I've now added a flash to help balance the icons out.
Guys its getting a bit boring just posting shots so here's
a little demo of my plugin. This is very brief and just shows a few features, so much more to come:
Update:You can now download WebZap HERE
about 1 year ago
Love your stuff Norm.
TAKE MY MONEY!
No offense, but what's the point in skewed presentation shots?
I can understand when they are used for logo preview, but websites...
Any hidden meaning behind this? :)
@Max Daunarovich the idea is they look like angled Photos of a monitor. To be honest they are just optional shots you can use instead of the same old straight up previews.
Wow. Super awesome.
Really nice! I want it!
Very robust. Nice stuff from the looks of it.
Dude, that demo looks *insane*, and you barely demoed anything, ahahaha!
Love it! it will save my time
Yes, yes & did I say yes? This is so sweet.. Looking forward to getting my hands on this :)
This is the best thing ever. When can I give you all my money?
@Andrew-David Jahchan haha, end of October :)
Thanks for all the comments guys, its really appreciated :)
looks so interesting @norm would like to see it finished!
@DPAM23 its the best thing I've made yet, thats for sure.
This is totally awesome. I'm going to buy it as soon as it's released!
Can't wait to give it a try!
LOVE LOVE LOVE ;)
shiiiit thats awesome
I kinda liked this because Blade Runner
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