I made this a while ago to help me get a better perspective on how my shot would look on all the sizes available at @Dribbble. I am sure everyone did this at least once, print screen the homepage and paste his work in it just to get an idea on how it would look. Presentation is the key, and I am happy to share this with the community.
@2x_-800x600_-Dribbble_Shot_Template.jpg has a 800x600 Smart object inside for @2x shots and Normal_-_400x300_-Dribbble_Shot_Template.jpg has a 400x300 Smart Object inside for normal shots. Simply paste your work inside the Smart Object or get creative inside of it.
Happy downloads and I hope you guys can appreciate this as much as I do.
11 months ago
Very, very useful. Thanks a lot!
@Samuel Judd I am glad you think so.
Nice! Thanks, @Paul Flavius Nechita
Thanks Paul, I made my first shot a couple of weeks ago and spent a good deal of time figuring out this stuff.
One thing I found is if you want a @2x design to be sharp when scaled down by Dribbble, you should try keep to even numbers and double up borders. This is probably common knowledge but took me awhile!
@Oisin Lavery Smart thinking. iOS like - 2 px become 1 px when in normal mode.
Kidding me? Awesome ideea! Dunno how many times I've stretched and image to see how it looks before I added it to Dribbble :P Good work @Paul Flavius Nechita !
Great job. I'm always cautious how it looks :D. Thanks to this.
Fantastic, thanks for sharing!
10 months ago
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