How to Put your Prototype on Any Device in After Effects

By March 10, 2016Tutorial

In this tutorial video, you are going to learn how to put your prototype on any device in After Effects.

This is a great way to share your work on your portfolio or in a presentation.  Your design feels more real and people respond to it more positively. After watching this tutorial, you will be able to take any image with a screen (whether it be an iPhone, Apple Watch, MacBook pro, or any other image of a device you can find, and create a template file for you to use in After Effects.

I’ve also created a bunch of really cool and free After Effects templates for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, MacBook Pro, iMac, and more. Each template comes in 6 preset sizes and are all drag and drop. These sizes include everything from Dribbble to HD to 4k. Grab them for free at: http://uxinmotion.net/templates

The steps I will be covering include:

1. How to source high quality images from which to create your template

2. Open the image in Photoshop, add guides and a reflection

3. Import into After Effects

4. Use the ‘corner pin’ effect in After Effects

5. Add your UI animation to complete the template

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