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Conclusion

Go ahead and place the last few elements to match 4.49. It may not look like much right now, but don’t be discouraged. Creating a good user experience happens best in layers. It’s vital to make sure that you have the right content and have thought through the interactions before you start thinking about style. Once you have those things figured out, you can move on to creating and polishing the UI.

4.49.

4.49. The mockup for Wheelr ... so far

You began with a wireframe by creating the basic shapes and setting the type. In the next chapter, you’ll learn how to use graphic styles and symbols to speed up UI element creation. You’ll also learn how to take advantage of layers to organize your artwork.

Table 4.1. Keyboard Shortcuts in This Chapter

MAC

PC

Show/Hide Rulers

cmd.jpgR

Ctrl+r

Undo

cmd.jpgZ

Ctrl+Z

Hide/Show Guides

cmd.jpg;(semicolon)

Ctrl+;(semicolon)

Lock/Unlock Guides

cmd.jpgcmd1.jpg;(semicolon)

Ctrl+Alt+;(semicolon)

Make Guides

cmd.jpg5

Ctrl+5

Release Guides

cmd.jpgcmd1.jpg5

Ctrl+Alt+5

Copy

cmd.jpgC

Ctrl+C

Align Panel

arrow.jpgF7

Shift+F7

Show/Hide Smart Guides

cmd.jpgU

Ctrl+U

Save

cmd.jpgS

Ctrl+S

Cut

cmd.jpgX

Ctrl+X

Paste in Place

cmd.jpgarrow.jpgV

Ctrl+Shift+V

Paste on All Artboards

cmd.jpgarrow.jpgcmd1.jpgV

Ctrl+Shift+Alt+V

Pixel Preview Mode

cmd.jpgcmd1.jpgY

Ctrl+Alt+Y

Preferences

cmd.jpgK

Ctrl+K

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