The best tool for any job is the one that allows you to work most efficiently and effectively, and when it comes to creating stunning graphics and interfaces, Photoshop is the design tool of choice for many user interface (UI) designers.
In traditional application development, designers create original UIs in Photoshop and then hand them off to developers who are tasked with recreating the original design with a different tool or framework. This disconnect can lead to developers spending countless hours trying to skin the application to look like the original PSD file. In many cases the final application UI isn’t brought to life as intended by the UI designer.
Storyboard Suite removes this disconnect and makes the transition from design to development easier and faster. The Photoshop import feature allows you to easily import a PSD file and begin working immediately with all your graphics and layers already in place.
Check out this video to see how quickly you can move from a PSD file to an application that is ready to run on an iOS device:
Supporting iterative interface design
In the (very likely) event that the application doesn’t look exactly the way you want the final product to appear the first time your run it on your device, the Photoshop Re-import makes it simple to refine the graphics and layers in Photoshop and re-import them back into Storyboard.
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