9 comments

  • Faruk AtesFaruk Ates, over 6 years ago

    Hi Dominik,

    First, quite liking this plugin, showing a lot of potential! I do have some questions though:

    How come you don't show the price of the plugin anywhere other than after the user downloads it, installs it, signs up/in, then clicks on Upgrade, and then is still one more click away?

    How feasible is it for this plugin to support colors used for strokes?

    Also, is it possible to have it look into Linked Objects (Place Linked…) and find if any of the colors used in there are part of the Prisma color swatches?

    Lastly, would you like me to introduce you to someone at Adobe who works on this stuff for Photoshop? Perhaps they can open it up for your plugin to do more (or something else may come out of it, but I don't know what your plans and desires are, so I'm not making any assumptions).

    Cheers & thanks for making this plugin, it's great to see this kind of thing! :) - Faruk

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  • Robert CuzicRobert Cuzic, over 6 years ago

    It may take a while to integrate it into someone's workflow, but I can see the usefulness of this.

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    • Dominik GuzeiDominik Guzei, over 6 years ago

      Hey Robert, thanks for your feedback! Do you have any suggestions how it would be easier for you to integrate Prisma into your current workflow?

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      • Robert CuzicRobert Cuzic, over 6 years ago

        I meant it as "a personal workflow", as someone's personal routine and habits for managing colors. People are often set in their ways and might take some time to be able to recognize a good product

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  • Alexandru NăstaseAlexandru Năstase, over 6 years ago

    This can be done without a plugin honestly, within Photoshop if you know it well. Just saying. The plugin looks nice.

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  • Valentin CervelleraValentin Cervellera, over 6 years ago

    So it is basically the same thing as Colorkit (http://colorkit.maketheweb.pl/), but more expensive + you need to create an account ?

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    • Dominik GuzeiDominik Guzei, over 6 years ago (edited over 6 years ago )

      Hey Valentin, The difference is that Prisma works across any number of PSD files and synchronizes them automatically for you.

      Additionally we will introduce team plans soon, so you can work together with other designers on big projects ;-)

      Our longterm goal with Prisma is not only a Photoshop extension, but a complete color management platform that works across InDesign, Illustrator and possibly other programs. Hence the account and cloud synchronization!

      Also it will be possible (very soon) to share your project colors with developers via an URL were we provide e.g. SASS variable declarations, ready to be used in your web design projects

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  • Dominik GuzeiDominik Guzei, over 6 years ago

    Prisma 1.0 just launched yesterday! You can download and use the extension 30 days for free and now you can save 20% off the standard price before April 30 :-)

    Here's the news from yesterday: http://us3.campaign-archive2.com/?u=b75912174479cb1e6fdbb8862&id=b7f6677fbe

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