@Ryan McLaughlin no WebZap is fixed Ui, this is just a really user friendly way to deploy graphics on the move. You should try the Readr free to give it a test drive.
3 months ago
Nice, works fine ! Thanks for creating it :)
Wow, great work all around. Love that video too...very well done.
So I released the Pixel Dropr plugin yesterday and thought I'd show you the Refill Store too.
Hopefully lots of you talented dribbblers will help me make it into an awesome place to share graphic refills.
You can find out more about Pixel Dropr here
3 months ago
You made my day dude!
That's just awesome!
this changes everything.
awesome work mate!
done bought it... thanks
Awesome plugin. Bought! Can we get a retina-ready update?
Bought this today. It's really cool. Was a bit confused at first (because I didn't read the manual) on how to delete elements out of the refill, and was a bit tripped up when trying to drag my actual folders into the refill, but once I figured it all out it was awesome! This plugin will be integrated into my everyday workflow. Thanks, Norm. Small price to pay for such a useful tool.
by Jake Fleming
Got the Revolve UI into a Pixel Dropr Refill. So useful! Thanks @norm! One of the coolest things I figured out in the plugin was that I can create a smart object with a sprite sheet attached masked to the size I need and drag that into my refill, and then change the position accordingly.
See full view attached.
Ive been using PixelDropr building user interfaces with lots of elements and is amazing how much time I save.
@Ryan McLaughlin good question, they do look like the same concept? (both are awesome though lol)
@Ryan McLaughlin and @Rich Smith Webzap is totally locked on web design. Pixel Dropr lets you place anything in, icons, app ui, even text. It also lets you share these refills too. WebZap is a web mock up tool its 99% different only similar thing is WebZap has a ui selection that lets you create ui that is also fixed and can not be customised by the user.
I really liked the plugin, only thing I dislike was when you drag the elements into your page the it goes on top of all your layers, sometimes you are working on a specific group and have to scroll all the way up to move the element inside the correct group. Would be great to see it fixed in a further version, or if it's not possible, el oh el, still amazing!
Thank You, Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!
Just take all my money man! I'm your fan!
@Rodrigo Parra I'm working on that.
I'm buying this ! nice work :)
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