Archive for October, 2009
This awesome, glassy, blue button set has a sleek, modern look that will make your touchscreens stand out from the crowd. We recently tested these on Crestron’s hot new TPMC-3X and they really “popped” on the screen. These buttons also use RTI’s file name convention for “inactive” and “pressed” states so they are ready to drop right into your Integration Designer bitmap library.
These two Photoshop files were originally created for Universal Remote Control’s MX-3000, but they would work well for any 320×240 pixel device. One features a brushed metal look with blue lcd style gauges. The other is a woodgrain motif with deep red gauges and hilites. Both files contain several cool Photoshop layer styles that can be saved, modified and used in your future projects.
If you know what this is, you’ve been in the custom A/V business for too long! This .psd file is a fully vector emulation of an old-school Audio Access keypad. It features layer comps for inactive and active button and led states. Perfect for that Crestron or AMX client that simply refuses to let go of the past.
This is a fully functional VT-Proe project that emulates an iPod classic. All of the elements are multi-state and the body of the iPod can change between 12 different colors at runtime. It uses .png graphics so the iPod can be “floated” anywhere on the page. It also includes a separate “shadow” graphic to add to the floating effect. Click here to see screenshots.