Here an overview of all assets for the Task View (iOS). We split areas into different psd files (Login, Sidebar, …). We use Slicy to export the assets. Slicy makes it very easy to maintain the assets (copy the new Layer Style, save and drag it on Slicy).
How do you organize your assets?
4 months ago
love the design of this app!
Probier es mal mit http://www.cutandslice.me Wenn du deinen Workflow darauf anpasst, haste binnen weniger Sekunden alle Grafiken wo du brauchst.
Im Mobilebereich geht es meiner Meinung nach nicht mehr ohne : http://devrocket.uiparade.com
I prefer Slicy too. Love the wunderlist UI.
@Kurt Gröner i have the DevRocket plugin, but i don't really use it. To export assets it to slow, because you have to type a file name again and again. All other function are doable with shortcuts.
Cut&Slice is great as a free tool, but i prefer Slicy.
When I first saw this I thought my dream of a wunderlist PSD finally was released... But alas.
I use slicy as well
I never knew about Slicy! Thank you
How do you (and devs) handle buttons? Narrow buttons on top and bottom bars are all you export and these are stretched correctly in-app?
3 months ago
@Theo yes we use CapWidth. Here is an example. http://cl.ly/Mo6f
The images is 18px wide and we set the left and right CapWidth to 8px. Only the 2px in the middle are stretched. It can be 1px. Important is, don't use noise or pattern in the middle part.
I'm a bit late to the party but I use Slicy too. I tend to just name the layers in each of my designs, but I might get into the habit of laying out the assets like this.
about 1 month ago
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