I've yet to find a good solution for presenting static hi-fidelity app screens. This is this easiest way I've found to maintain and communicate, without using any faux-prototyping tools.
I would love to see how other folks are doing this for large scale projects. Any rebounds?
10 months ago
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Stunning visuals mate!
Looking pretty good. I'm curious too
@Josh Hemsley i'm with you on this one, buddy.
Any full screen png? Looks hawt though josh!
looking clean and beautiful :)
@Josh Hemsley sick man — nice graphs!
Would love to see real pixels... Would help alot with adapting to the new iOS 7
This is myenergy.com.. looking great my friend..
Great work man! Looks amazing.
you designed a awesome app bro.
awesome... the charts look really cool!
@Josh Hemsley Hey, I use Invision app to do that. It's great to receive all the feedback from the client, specially when it's a big client with several teams that want to comment stuff. Previously I did just like you, with numbers for each screen and each button, so the client knew where it should go. Now with Invision they just have to click or even install on their iphones and navigate between screens. Love it. BTW, your app is looking great! ;)
@Josh Hemsley Looking awesome man.
Would love to see real pixels too :)
There should be a really simple app for this, shouldn't there? Import screens > select order > done. I use InvisionApp too but it's overcomplicated if all I want is a PDF document with all the screens and definitions in, surprisingly handy to print and handwrite notes etc.
Get those real pixels on! I want to see this. It looks beautiful. As for showing larger projects like this, especially iOS work. I've found (if you use Sketch) the pages feature pretty cool, you can also add multiple artboards, but for some reason it lags more. But categorising each page in Sketch, with maybe one or two artboards is a neat way to show work like this.
Really great job!
@Josh Hemsley that's exactly what I do as well. It works great.
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