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Adobe Fireworks CS6 iPhone Wireframe Templates and Library Objects

Adobe Fireworks CS6 iPhone Wireframe Templates and Library Objects – In this lesson, we’ll  take a quick look at some of the tools that you can use in Adobe Fireworks CS6 to create a design prototype for a mobile iPhone version of our eLearning course. Fireworks CS6 will get you started with the design process and it also provides some great support for iQuery Mobile and CSS Sprites.

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  1. jaime February 13, 2014

    This example on this site, discusses Adobe Fireworks CS6
    (http://www.tutorialized.com/tutorial/Adobe-Fireworks-CS6-iPhone-Wireframe-Templates-and-Library-Objects/80651)

    But what about for Android Phones and tablets?
    Does Fireworks CS6 have libraries for such phones and tablets?
    Thank you very much.

    Sincerely,
    Jaime Perez

  2. vhotraining February 13, 2014

    No libraries for Android phones in the box with Fireworks CS6. However, you can create your own. There are plenty of free Android UI starter PSD files such as http://chrisbrummel.com/google-android-gui-psd. Gather or create your own and then you can save them in the common library: C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Fireworks CS6\First Run\Common Library

    You will need to save the graphics as a Fireworks Symbol and then save to the common library. Here is another link that will be helpful: http://www.adobepress.com/articles/article.asp?p=1867756

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