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Illustrator has an "Unembed" feature that will extract a source image in its original resolution as either a PSD or Tiff. "Unembed" appears in the control panel when the image is selected, or from the Links pallet flyout menu. You can then batch convert the images to PNG if you like.
I don't use any extra plugins to export .pngs in Illustrator. I've found that using a single large artboard and creating named slices work well to export multiple .pngs. Simply create the slices you want and then use File > Save for Web and either leave All slices selected or choose the slices you want. I then optimise the exported files for the best ...
There is more than 1 right program for the job. If Photoshop works for you, then use it. Is there something you think you're missing by using Photoshop and not something else? A lot of people do like Sketch because of how well it works with for creating UI Designs and exporting assets. The biggest upside to using Sketch or Illustrator would be creating ...
you can use this famous extension made for Illustrator. Layer Exporter for Illustrator PS: I recommend you to use a more appropriate tool to make UI. I suggest you Sketch App or keep using Photoshop. Exporting assets from illustrator is a bit harder. With Sketch you can export your assets easily and you can work with vectors and symbols.
A couple more to add to the plethora: Stand In - for creating interactive prototypes Invision - also for prototyping but has a pretty good Photoshop mirror option (and it's free)
I use 'Silkscreen' every time you click save it shows up right away on your mobile
How about: Real VNC allows you to see anything on your desktop (even interact with it) iDisplay makes your android a second monitor (you can then use Window → Arange → New View)
Astropad http://astropad.com/ Turns an iPad into a little mini Cintiq. It not only shows you the canvas, but allows you to work on the tablet and changes are reflected, real time, on the primary computer. (and vice versa) Mac only though.
There are a couple of different options Skala Preview - Works only on Mac, mobile app works for iOS or Android A short description from their website Skala Preview sends lossless, colour accurate image previews to any iOS or Android device. Previews are pixel perfect. Colours are identical to how the final app or website will look on the device. ...
For points in Photoshop to match points for iOS and OS X native development, you’ll need the document’s DPI to be: For a 1× document (non-Retina), use 72DPI. For a 2× document (Retina), use 144DPI. For a 3× document (Retina HD), use 216DPI. Document DPI typically doesn’t matter (it’s pixel dimensions that matter), except when talking about points. Points ...
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