iOS 7 UI Kit Photoshop Action Set
Imagine having the ability to click a button and the framework for an entire user interface is built instantly. If you are a mobile developer, especially for iOS 7, this can be a massive timesaver. Imagine having a list of user interface elements at your disposal, directly inside of Photoshop. This would streamline your process for creating beautiful user interfaces for iOS 7. Today’s free Photoshop file is actually a set of actions that you can install in Photoshop so that you always have access to this UI Kit framework. This iOS 7 UI Kit, by
What I like the most about this iOS 7 UI kit Photoshop actions set, is that you install it in Photoshop’s action folders. This means that you don’t have to worry about storing large Photoshop files somewhere on your hard drive or making sure that you take them with you. You don’t have to worry about having a dedicated folder in your dropbox folder full of PSD’s that you have to sift through every time you need something. You also don’t have to worry about saving over the template and having to go back and delete everything once you’re done to be up to start from scratch. There’s no way for you to say that over this and mess it up. The framework is always there to start from scratch with the click of a button when you need it.
I can’t believe that clicking a button automatically sets up the dimensions for you, complete with all of the correct sizes.
I Love this Amazing Free Photoshop Action Set
Another thing I like about this action set is that it creates organized layers placed within folders. Every element that you create using one of these actions is automatically placed in a labeled folder. When you toggle open the folder, each layer that makes up the entire user interface element is labeled as well. You select the layer edit things like text, save, close the folder and your done. The actions are also divided up into categories that are color-coded, so everything is extremely easy to find. You don’t have to sift through files and folders to find the element that you’re looking for. You also don’t have to sift through layers, because nothing exists until you click the action button to run it.