We have several applications that we would like to show off in a more artistic way.
We have found a site online that has a series of screenshots that are put together in a very cool way and we would like to use this style for our apps
we will want 2 of our applications to be shown in this way. so you will be bidding on this work for two deliverables
Each collage of shots like the example will need to be a little unique since 1 app is a lot larger than the other
App1-a small app that is used for screen capturing, very similar to snagit but cooler
App2 an application that is similar to ms onenote, and is used for digital inking
the first app is smaller and will only have about 4 panes(shots)
the second app is a bit larger and will have many screenshots in it (maybe 8-10) it will be very wide and we will slice to put on the web as we need.
Attached is the example site and you will see the screenimages they have with the cool draft ink/writting around it. this is what we are looking for. I have no idea to take screenshots of our app and do the cool 3d type look either so this is for you to do
let me know if you can help on this and if this type of work is easy for you or enjoyable. samples are good for us to see but making sure you understand the style of what we want is very key
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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