So I'm back on track with sqetch. Sqetch is my Final Year Project for University. It's going to be a web-based sketching and wireframing tool for designers (and anyone else who might find it useful!)
This is the first project in a long time I've designed in Photoshop rather than the browser. I will say this for designing in Photoshop - it's easy to get on when you're early in the project and you're not yet 100% sure of the interface requirements.
8 months ago
Why don't you use 'sqetch' for all the wording instead of going back to 'sketch'? Keeps the brand strong
Finally! I can't wait for this! :D
May I suggest ditching the gradients and just going with pure colours? Keeps the focus on the sqetches, not the surrounding eye candy. Or at least make them ultra subtle.
Is this gonna support graphics tablets?
Sounds great Dan, cant wait to see the final product.
Also good luck in your final year at university.
Wondering about the 'new sketch' button.
Placement seems a bit random here; although it might work better in the full view I'm guessing.
Also, the text makes it look like this button is inactive - is that intentional at this point?
Love how this loads in! Mmmm
Good luck with your final year! Someone actually suggested I try doing something similar to Sqetch for my final year project, but I knew you'd already done it and didn't want to impose.
Besides, I have my own ideas. :)
by Dan Eden
Finally working in the browser. I design so much faster outside of Photoshop.
Early days yet, I just needed to whip something up to demo to my project supervisor.
6 months ago
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