More screen mockups (including a 10" tablet layout) can be found here: https://plus.google.com/104495455427631084370/posts/AQzMDTCdZrP
about 1 year ago
You need a pro account :)
@marie schweiz yeah, maybe :-/
hi @Roman Nurik - little off topic maybe, but can you tell me if there is a good resource about designing for Nexus 7 and other tablets in that density. It's confusing that it doesn't fit in any of the usual densities... Thanks!
@Vedran Židanik For assets and density, we generally don't recommend creating 213dpi-specific assets, and rather letting the framework scale your 240dpi (HDPI) assets instead. If you prefer pixel perfection for some or all of your assets, you can certainly create 213dpi assets (drawable-tvdpi or drawable-213dpi folders for developers). If you start with a baseline of XHDPI assets (I prefer to do that), then you can scale down 66% and pixel-tweak from there.
@Roman Nurik Thanks! I do all of the designs in XHDPI as a baseline, I find it to be the best workflow. What about this new XHDPI tablet density, it's huge. Do you use it as a baseline for tablet layouts now also?
@Vedran Židanik the Nexus 10 has an XHDPI (320dpi) density. So I use that as the same baseline for tablet mockups and assets. The only new density is XXHDPI (480dpi), which is limited to *launcher icons* for tablets only.
@Roman Nurik so, for Nexus 10 you're designing in full resolution of 1600x2560?
@Vedran Židanik yes
@Roman Nurik Thank you for baring with my questions :) It was helpful!
@marie schweiz took your advice, and attached all the originals :)
ayeeee i will follow you :) if i have a little bit more time
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