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Kwik - Layers and Shared Assets
This tutorial will discuss how Kwik 2 works with the Photoshop Layers panel to create the pages of your book app. You will build your pages by placing the design elements on Photoshop layers and adding interactivity.
Building Cover Page for Kwik Book App
Now we will create the first page of our Kwik book app - the cover page. We will take a look at the buttons and background graphics.
General Project Properties - Kwik 2
Before we can begin to build the pages of our book, we need to set a few Project Properties for this project. Kwik has several features that can be set differently for any project. These general options are what we will take a look at now.
Navigation For Book App - Kwik 2 Project
Now that we have begun our first project, we can start working on a few decisions for our book. Most of you will want the cover of your book to be the opening page and you will need a few buttons for navigation.
Starting Your First Kwik 2 Project
Before we can start our first Kwik project, we need to set up the general settings for the plugin. These settings will tell Kwik where to find the Corona SDK Simulator and where to store your projects files.
Installing Kwik 2 In Photoshop
Kwik 2 works as a plug-in to Photoshop to help you build your storybook app. Once installed, the plug-in has its own panel and controls for building the pages in your book app. Kwik 2, along with the Corona SDK, will generate the book app for the mobile device of your choice.
Introduction - Kwik 2
In just one year, there have been many additions and enhancements to Kwik 2 by Alex Souza. With this plugin, you can create interactive mobile apps without the need to write code. Because Kwik is a plugin for Photoshop, you will be creating your game or book app from within the Photoshop workspace.
Review - Adobe After Effects CS6: Learn by Video
Adobe After Effects CS6 Learn by Video training course from video2brain gave me a good solid base upon which to build. The authors Todd Kopriva and Angie Taylor share the instruction with Kopriva covering the technical aspects of the software and Taylor covering the creative.
After Effects CS6 Visual Effects and Comps
After Effects CS6 Visual Effects and Compositing Studio Techniques by Mark Christiansen is a great resource for the advanced After Effects user and those wishing to take their skills to the next level. This book concentrates on advanced techniques, which have been updated for version CS6.
Illustrator CS6 New Titled Vector Patterns
The new tiled pattern creator in Illustrator CS6 makes me want to think up projects to use this new tool.
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