Template for iOS7 app icons created in Adobe Fireworks. (more…)
Prototypes are also essential in Web projects. For example, when you plan an online ordering process, you have to be sure that every step is correct and that no critical elements are missing. Usually, you would create different screens for all pages of a website, ordering process or application workflow, and then describe the connection between them. (more…)
No one likes silly gray mockups! Attractive and good looking wireframe helps your idea to be accepted! Hope you guys love Adobe Fireworks as I do, so you can enjoy my blueprint template for iOS app wireframing.
It’s 100% vector and most of these objects made with 9-slice scaling guides. Please, enjoy. As well I would love to receive any suggestions from you about how to make that better. (more…)
In the previous parts of this tutorial (part 1 and part 2), we looked in detail at the building blocks of our design in Fireworks (pages, shared layers, symbols, styles), and we started to make a demo prototype in Fireworks. (more…)
In the previous article in this series, “iOS Prototyping With Adobe Fireworks and TAP, Part 1: Laying the Foundation,” I looked in detail at the four major stages that all of our projects at Cooper go through, as well as our approach to Fireworks PNG organization, and the main components of Fireworks (pages, shared layers, symbols and styles). (more…)
One of the strengths of Adobe Fireworks lies in its ability to produce basic-level prototypes in HTML format for the purpose of sharing concepts, evaluating them and conducting usability tests. But did you know that you can use Fireworks in combination with other tools to create complex iOS prototype (for both the iPhone and iPad) with similar ease? (more…)
While certainly not as well known as Photoshop, Adobe Fireworks is a great tool for creating user interfaces, website designs and mock-ups, wireframes, icons and much more. However, most designers who have been using Photoshop for years may find Fireworks a bit awkward at first. Fireworks does have a slightly different workflow and requires a slightly different approach than you may be used to. (more…)