Photoshop Digital Publishing

by Fred Showker

Digital Publishing from within Adobe Photoshop The latest revision of Kwik 1.1 brings new capabilities to this plugin for Adobe Photoshop CS5 -- simplifying the creation of interactive, animated content for both iOS and Android devices. The new version allows users to add video and brings new animation and button action types. It also provides more controls for audio.

Kwiksher founder Alex Souza said

Quoting begins The developer is excited to provide this new version, just a few weeks after the launch. It brings the most requested features from a passionate community of users Quoting ends

Kwik is perfect for designers and illustrators who want to create comics, magazines, and interactive books. It allows users to easily add buttons and animations to static Photoshop compositions. The plugin provides many of the basic sound, video, camera, linear animation, movie clip, and sprite sheet capabilities of Adobe Director and Flash without ever leaving Photoshop.

System Requirements: * Adobe Photoshop CS5 for OS X * Ansca Corona SDK for OS X * Certified iOS and/or Android developer membership * Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later * Kwik is also available for Windows XP, Vista, or 7

Kwik 1.0 for Corona SDK is normally $79.99 (USD) but is currently available at the special Introductory price of $49.99 directly from Kwiksher. Kwik is free for projects with only one or two pages. Review copies are available upon request. Category:

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Located in beautiful Coral Springs, Florida, the Kwiksher team is an independent software company founded by Alex Souza in 2011. With their strong blend of design and development skills, Kwiksher's mission is to craft elegant, easy-to-use applications for the iOS and OS X platforms. Copyright (C) 2011 Kwiksher. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Adobe Photoshop, Flash, and Director names and logos are the property of Adobe Systems. Ansca, the Ansca logo, and Corona SDK are the property of Ansca, Inc. Other registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

Unless noted otherwise, this page and content was authored by Fred Showker, Editor and Publisher of DTG Magazine and 60-Seconds.com. You can hook up with Fred at +FredShowker, on Google+ or most social medias @Showker



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