Learn how to use the auto-mockups feature.
- [Instructor] One of the features that I really love…in Comp CC, is the way that you can create…very quick visual mockups, which are really useful…when you're trying to give somebody who maybe…isn't as visually able as yourself an idea of what…something would look like inside of it's use context.…For example, if I go into our project here,…this is the web layout that I started earlier on…in this chapter,…and my client might be struggling with visualizing…how that would look in an actual browser,…or on a computer.…
And I can help with that.…If I go to the Share arrow at the top right of the screen,…then you'll see I've got Auto Mockups enabled there,…and if I tap, it will generate me some auto mockups,…in this particular case, for web layout,…so I have four different mockups, and I can swipe…between them like so, and choose something that I think…would help my client to visualize what I'm doing.…I'm just going to close out of that,…and of course you can share these separately,…so if I just close out of this particular part…
- Exploring the Adobe Capture CC interface
- Spot-healing in Adobe Photoshop Fix
- Creating soft-focus effects
- Painting in Adobe Photoshop Fix
- Importing a photo and making adjustments with Adobe Photoshop Mix
- Sending your projects to Adobe Photoshop CC
- Creating a new Adobe Comp project
- Managing products and documents in Adobe Comp CC
- Drawing with the basic tools in Adobe Illustrator Draw
- Exploring Adobe Photoshop Sketch
- Sharing your work on Behance
Skill Level Beginner
Accelerated Design with Comp CC and InDesignwith Tony Harmer1h 37m Intermediate
1. Adobe Capture
2. Adobe Photoshop Fix
3. Adobe Photoshop Mix
4. Adobe Comp CC
5. Illustrator Draw
6. Adobe Photoshop Sketch
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