In the previous post, we talked about using Fireworks to create multiple application icons for an Android device, and then how to take those multiple icons and export them out as individual flat files.

In this post, we’ll look at how to batch process those images into three different sizes, and how to automate that process for future work. The original icons were created quite large – 244 pixels square, to be exact. This made it easy to be very detailed when creating the look of the icons. And while this is useful from and editing and creative perspective, the project requires three sets of smaller dimension icons for an Android application.  Well, Fireworks excels at this type of workflow and produces very small files to boot. Read the rest of this entry »

My first session at D2WC was Wireframing/Prototyping for Mobile using Adobe Fireworks and I was so pleased to see a very full room of attendees. Even happier to note that many were not current Fireworks users.

Yes, I did say happy. The reason is simple. I want people to know what they’re missing out on. :-) Read the rest of this entry »

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