15 comments

  • Joe BlauJoe Blau, 5 years ago

    I love the concept, but like others commenting, I've migrated off of Adobes software.

    4 points
  • Rasmus ErikssonRasmus Eriksson, 5 years ago

    Ah, beautiful. If only this was for Sketch rather than Photoshop... :(

    2 points
    • Lukasz Oslizlo, 5 years ago

      I'll look into Sketch Extensions API and check if that's possible! ;)

      2 points
      • Rasmus ErikssonRasmus Eriksson, 5 years ago

        Yay!

        I mean... shut up and take my money? :)

        1 point
      • Vinay ChilukuriVinay Chilukuri, 5 years ago

        Man.. I really wanted this from a long time! If you're doing it for Sketch, then I'd immediately pay for it. :D Else, I'm looking at the possibilities of developing the thing for Sketch, myself :) ColorKit proved that this could be done.

        Cheers.

        0 points
    • Miguel Solorio, 5 years ago

      I also wish this was available in Illustrator.

      1 point
      • Kevin OhlssonKevin Ohlsson, 5 years ago

        Dev pls, this feature in illustrator would save tremendous amounts of time finding layers. Illustrator integration = SHUT UP AND TAKE MY DIMES!

        0 points
  • Vinod RamamoorthyVinod Ramamoorthy, 5 years ago

    Really useful, well done. What is the sound track on the demo video?

    1 point
  • Bryan MillerBryan Miller, 5 years ago

    Reminds me of Prisma plugin. Same idea but better execution.

    1 point
    • Johannes EckerJohannes Ecker, 5 years ago

      Jep. Also had to think of the Prisma Plugin. But Prisma was too buggy when I tried to use it - on the other hand, it was free, and I'm not convinced to buy 15$ for something that might be buggy as well.

      0 points
    • Johannes EckerJohannes Ecker, 5 years ago

      The Developer of Prisma just tweeted me yesterday, that the Prisma Plugin is now available for CC2014 as well - will try it again now.

      0 points
  • Wil NicholsWil Nichols, 5 years ago

    I've been looking for something like this for ages. Well done!

    1 point
  • Abe Yang, 5 years ago

    Late to the party here, but has anyone actually used this and can vouch for it? Also, does it only apply to the layer's fill color? (Eg, what about stroke color, or effects applied to a layer, etc?)

    0 points
  • anthony thomasanthony thomas, 5 years ago

    Speed up your workflow, don't use Photoshop. Use Illustrator or Sketch bc they're vector.

    0 points