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Discover how to use Adobe Photoshop layer comps to storyboard your interaction designs. Author Chris Converse shows how to create and modify multiple states of your Photoshop file to simulate user feedback, movement, and device interaction, all while working in a single PSD file. Once your design is complete, the course demonstrates how to export your layer comps to multiple files, export a multipage PDF file, and even access Photoshop layer comps from within InDesign.
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(music playing) Hi! I'm Chris Converse and in this lesson we're going to take a look at using layer comps to show interaction design inside of our Photoshop files. By using layer comps, we can capture individual states of our Layers panel and we can demonstrate to our clients how our designs will change based on user input. So I hope this course sounds interesting, and if so, let's get started!
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