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This is my first attempt at a PCF. I did a lot of testing and learned a lot from everyone else's designs, so thanks a ton for that. Clearly this design is heavily influenced by contest entry #3 so props to Brian for it. I have been lurking on Remote Central for the longest time and this is my way of saying thanks.
I have tried to do three things with this design. One, I found most designs to be visually overwhelming so I tried to keep this one as minimal as possible. There is a slight transparency to everything that allows a background image of my old Mitsubishi TV to come thru. Its supper subtle so, I didn't bother changing it when I upgraded my TV last year. Everything was created as squares and rectangles in Photoshop without any outerglows, embossing or drop shadows. I have included 2 PSD templates if anyone wants to modify or update an image.
Two, anyone can use it with no more than 15 seconds of tutoring. I have had the design evolve over the last 2 years and after countless guests and a live in girlfriend, I am very confident of the navigability and flow. I have also kept all of the back end config options of replaced remotes out of the design. I am the only person that... (more)
Presenting the ProntoPro edition of my complete system setup file, now in gorgeous polished wood and tortoise shell! With sleeker curvres and more distinctly grouped buttons, finding your way is even more natual than before. In each new release I've put a ton of attention into making it easier to use and harder to goof up. Even people with big fingers should find the clearely labeled, large, yet spaciously arranged buttons to their liking. Quickly change source, navigate to any device, or rotate through a device's pages using the title bar, which includes a convenient pop-up menu. Toss in task-based macros (with progress bars for the longer ones) and you have an efficient system that's a real no brainer to use. Includes all the raw images and Photoshop source files if you want to create your own buttons and panels. Comprehensive documentation can be found at http://www.ratsnest.com/prontopro/.