Sven Neumann wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-08-15 at 14:41 -0300, Guillermo Espertino wrote:
>> Please correct me if I'm wrong, but that mockup basically aims to
>> change the aspect of the dialog without adding any enhancement. The
>> tool does exactly the same but the dialog looks like Photoshop's one.
>> The only improvement I see is the ability to see the actual influence
>> of the overlap value on the color gradient, wich is cool, but I don't
>> know if it's cool enough to change the whole dialog, that already
>> works fine.
>> Maybe it would be better for future versions to redesign the dialog
>> adding some real enhancements to the tool, like arbitrary 3-point
>> gradient selection and/or a curve for tweaking. In that case, the use
>> of a wheel is better than a linear scale because it matches better
>> with the well known color wheel scheme.
> I agree with this. We should take our time to look at this tool and how
> it could be improved to become really useful. A first start would be to
> write down some usage scenarios where this tool could be useful.
Ok - I would like to do so - I've tryed to create a user account at the
GUI wiki but it seems that not all functions are working? I could not
create an account.
How could I start to help?
> perhaps evalulate how well the current implementation and the PS tool
> deal with it.
Could get a PS user to support me with this - I could point how Corel
Photopaint and Autodesk Combustion are working...
--> Maybe it's not only useful to think about the HSL adjustment dialog
- there are for sure a lot of other things to look at?
--> It would be so helpful to get an prototyping env. for UI test's for
example via scripting. I know there are a lot of limitations but what do
You think is the best way not only to draw images?
I support some coders in the company where I'm working with
HTML/Java-Script/Ruby and we create really complex interface elements
for WEB 2.0 apps.
I would like to get some tips, how I as graphics designer with a
scripting background could prototype and test some interface elements...
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