The making of Dynamik Blog
Last edited by junioratoms; 04-28-2012 at 06:47 PM.
Good job--like that social icon widget!
Very cool! Nice, clean Skin, and it's great that you show how it was created. I know that will be useful for many Catalyst members.
One thing I noticed was that you do everything in a single browser tab. When I'm in the "Dynamik Zone" I have several tabs open, something like...
Tab 1: Front-end
Tab 2: Core Options
Tab 3: Dynamik Options
Tab 4: Advanced OPtions
Tab 5: Appearance > Widgets
Heck, as I'm typing this out I'm looking up and I have 7 tabs open and that's just from regular browsing.
But I was just wondering if you ever utilize multiple tabs while using Catalyst? If I stuck to a single tab I'd go insane and my designs would take twice as long to crank out.
I can't wait to see more screencasts! Keep 'em coming!
I have no idea why I don't use multiple tabs, it is a bit nuts now that I think about it. Next time I will.
Do you use Camtasia? How do I stop it from zooming and panning? Also, what mic?
I am going to go through this: http://tutsplus.com/course/professio...he-rest-of-us/ .
This one was awful, but I didn't want to waste it. Maybe the next one can be more pro.
Last edited by junioratoms; 04-21-2012 at 03:38 PM.
Yes, I use Camtasia. I can't remember the exact setting, but I think you can turn it off fairly easily. And you can also delete the zoom effect during post-processing.
I use this headset from Logitech:
It's a bit pricey compared to some of the average headsets out there, but the mic is very crisp with no hissing that's often times found with the cheaper offerings.
Yeah, these kinds of tuts are super useful for Catalyst members because they get to actually see how a seasoned Dynamik web designer utilized the tool. So I hope to see more.
Looks good Larry, many thanks for taking the time
All gone, before I had time to watch it
It is there now. I just edited the Camtasia file to remove the panning, zooming and some static.
very descriptive tutorial love it .....
Hope to see some more tutorials in future.