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The graphics in this PCF are 98% original and are clean and simple, but effective. The overall layout is activity based and designed for ease of use. If you would like the original Photoshop files to mod for your own system, please e-mail me.
With this file I wanted to demonstrate the usage of animations. The theme that is chosen is based on the seashore. Four types of shells are used to represent the four devices TV, VCR, DVD and Amp. They are presented right away on the home page.
All devices have their own sea shore background. The buttons on each device are small versions of the shells to get a uniform look and feel. The top bar shows the other devices for quick selection.
The animations are implemented as macros (in hidden devices) with a series of page jumps. The following animations are included: - When a shell is selected on the home page this one becomes enlarged on the background. The others move to their place in the top bar. - In a device page press the Home hardkey and the same animation is played backwards. - In a device page select another device from the top bar and this one becomes the center. This is not a separate animation. Instead it just executes the Home macro and then the device selection macro from the home page. - There is a fifth animation, but that one you have to find for yourself!
Background bitmaps are created from photographic material found on the internet and... (more)
This is my first complete system PCF. It's a hybrid of an activity-oriented design and a device-oriented one, and all the graphics and bitmaps are my own, and are intentionally pretty simple looking. I tried to design this such that there was only one page per device, with the most-frequently used buttons assigned to the hard buttons.