A little something something I made for our iOS developers to help with pixels pushing & UI polishing.
4 months ago
So that's for helping the developers actually develop the UI?
That's nice man, I love wireframes!
@Samuel Couto Well I've found that I spent a bit of time sat next to developers pushing pixels into the right position, so I made this so I would be able to focus on other thing.
How cool. I bet every developer would want something like this now. :v
I like the look. Does this save you time? I mean does creating a tidy guide like this take less time than working with the developers?
@Joey Rabbitt Yeah totally. The developers have to nudge something then compile a build to check it and so on, that takes so much time.
Also one of our iOS developers lives in Canada so sitting next to him to push pixels is very expensive ^__^
@Timothy ッ Haha. Good work!
This is awesome. I used to spend quite some time working on UI specs like this I found it much quicker to just print out an image of the UI and then just writing the specs down with a red pen. It's a lot more fun to do it digitally but thought I'd share a quick and dirty alternative.
Cool! Well done! :-)
I'm really diggin this style.
Looks great and I guess your devs will love you for this ;)
I accidently stumbled upon this: http://www.pngexpress.com/
In the video at minute 1 - check the feature, maybe you can save some time. But I didn't test it for now :)
@Justin Schueler Thanks man :) I'll check that out!
We've been creating very in-depth developer decks like this for our mobile apps. It's rad to see how you do it!
@Andy Armstrong Would love to see how you guys do it! ^_^
So. Clear. I, personally, love the orange lines.
3 months ago
@Justin Schueler I prefer Slicy and Paint Code... Different uses of course, but just thought I'd throw them out there :)
about 1 month ago
@Matthew Ferry thanks dude. I actually switched to sketch so there's no need for such tools :) But I like the way slicy works for Photoshop and considered using it a couple of times.
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