• Matt GyppsMatt Gypps, almost 9 years ago

    Thanks for the kind words, it's great to see people still downloading and enjoying! We're hoping to release version 4 some time in the new year, all depends on how much time is available over the next few months. Got some ideas for a new chapter (or possibly two!), just need to do some research to see if they'll be viable and useful.

    6 points
    • Nick MNick M, almost 9 years ago

      Matt, would you ever consider open-sourcing this?

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      • Matt GyppsMatt Gypps, almost 9 years ago

        Funnily enough been giving it some thought Nick! Just some vague ideas floating around my head at the moment, would be great to get it out there for people to do translations and things like that though.

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    • Ryan SmithRyan Smith, almost 9 years ago

      This guide is a treasure. I've learned a lot from it and reference it often to keep things clean and stay consistent. You rock!

      1 point
  • Jeff CouturierJeff Couturier, almost 9 years ago

    FYI - the link is a 214 page PDF.

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  • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, almost 9 years ago

    Really great guide, especially for people new to designing for screens, although there are a lot of little details that even an experienced designer can miss.

    However there are so many pages about Photoshop, and like 5 pages about Illustrator. That's so depressing. I wish I could go back in time and convince everyone not to use Photoshop for UI design so that Adobe and the community would focus on improving Illustrator or something to replace Fireworks, instead of trying to jury-rig a PHOTO editor into a screen UI design tool.

    2 points
  • Kyle MitchellKyle Mitchell, almost 9 years ago

    Good guide, I wonder if they'll be putting out a v4 this year, considering all the new devices and sizes.

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    • Jonathan GirtonJonathan Girton, almost 9 years ago

      Given that they released v3 8 months ago and v2 was 10+ months before that. I'd imagine it depends on how much time they have and with the success of Monument Valley they'd be crazy not to refine PPP and distribute it again. It's a great promotional tool for showcasing their attention to detail.

      2 points
  • Shaun TollertonShaun Tollerton, almost 9 years ago (edited almost 9 years ago )



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