With Marvel app, like a lot of other tools used for prototyping, you supply images you create in other programs like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe XD, Sketch, and more. You can also design content for the screens of your prototype directly in Marvel. In this video, you’ll see how to import images in a supported file format.
- [Narrator] Okay, now that we've got our project set up,…what we're going to do is, we're going to start…to add some designs to this.…Now the way that we typically do this is…we're gonna either design within Marvel app…or, I should say and/or, we're gonna design in Photoshop,…Sketch, wherever you happen to want to design this stuff.…We're gonna create an app.…And what I did was, I actually designed this…in Experience Design, this is an Adobe application.…You can use, like I said, Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator,…just about anything you want.…You just need to be able to export as ping, jpeg, gif…or even psd in some cases I'll show you…and AI if you want to, Adobe Illustrator, from the IOS app…or coming directly from Sketch like I mentioned.…
In XD, I was able to design all this…and then export by coming over to File and choosing Export.…You just have to be able to export as a file format…that Marvel understands.…Now when you create this, what I did was I actually created…them at the iPhone 6 size that was in Marvel: 750 by 1334.…
- What is Marvel?
- Creating a new Marvel project
- Linking screens
- Adding images
- Setting up screen timers
- Adding video
- Sharing and downloading prototypes