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For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Ben Morehead
Big Buttons for Big Hands
No tiny buttons here, just a simple layout with primary colors.
Updated: April 05, 2006  Size: 530kb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Chris Morse
Chris Morse's Futurama
I've wanted to do a Futurama set-up since the RU890, and now I've finally done it! I'm surprised no one beat me to it. Hope you enjoy this colourful set up for the 31st century.
Updated: December 10, 2005  Size: 1.05mb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Chris Morse
Chris Morse's Screen Stars
A very simple big buttoned theme that is easily customisable.
Updated: July 11, 2006  Size: 2.34mb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Chris Morse
Chris Morse's Shaiya
Made from some of the beautiful free Shaiya wallpaper available on the net.
Updated: November 08, 2005  Size: 963kb

For: Philips Pronto NG
By: Chris Mueller
Chris Mueller's RU950
A complete system PCF for the following devices.
Updated: February 05, 2005  Size: 176kb

For: Philips ProntoPro NG
By: Wesley Mullings
Contest Entry #05: Digital Lifestyles
This remote features for the user:

  • Inviting splash screen introduces the location of the remote, the designer, and features inviting background art.
  • Color-coded functionality, allowing easy discernment between video and audio functions. The user may simply glance at the remote to find where they are.
  • Directions are provided on pages that may need instructions to continue use.
  • Subdued background art demonstrates the selected function without overpowering displayed buttons.
  • Latching source buttons that glow to let the user know exactly where they are.
  • Pages are titled to further assist the user in navigating through the remote.
  • Sides of the touchscreen and hard buttons are reserved for consistent mode buttons. The center of the remote is the active use area.
  • Maximum icons are used to minimize required reading. Text is provided only when icons will not suffice to explain the button’s function.
  • Well-placed and sized buttons allow a wider variety of finger sizes to use it.
  • Button placements are consistent, regardless of the function, source, or mode selected, allowing less required reading for the user during normal use.
  • Always-available... (more)
  • Updated: March 11, 2004  Size: 2.15mb

    For: Philips ProntoPro NG
    By: Jared Meiners
    Contest Entry #09: Pick a Theme
    Ever get tired of the same old graphics on your Pronto? My design is theme based: each user can have their own theme! Or, a user can change themes every week or month. The button colors and backgrounds change, but the button placement is the same for all themes. My design has elegant buttons, a simple navigation system, and can be easily customized for any user.
    Updated: March 11, 2004  Size: 6.52mb

    For: Philips ProntoPro NG
    By: Keith Michaels
    Contest Entry #10: Trek7000
    This PCF design is based on LCARS (Library Computer Access and Retrieval System), the graphical computer interface seen on certain Star Trek TV series. There are control pages for a TV, DSS receiver, TiVo, ReplayTV, Receiver, DVD player, LaserDisc player, 2 VCRs, CD player, tuner, tape deck, video games, lights, and curtains.

    A few of the standard system items have been replaced to take advantage of the whole LCD and create a complete design:

    • The activity icon is now a Star Trek phaser and pops up while the Pronto transmits.
    • The battery gauge is a functioning LCARS-style battery gauge.
    • Pressing and holding the circular blue logo for 3 seconds takes you to the Pronto's setup pages.
    Additional Info:

    To go to the Home page at any time, press the lower-right "Home" hard button.

    I tried to leave all device functionality as generic as possible, hopefully allowing most people to use this PCF in their own system without much customization beyond programming their device's IR codes. To simplify programming, a "Codes" page under each device contains buttons with the IR codes for that device. The actual device buttons link to these buttons for their IR codes.

    Updated: March 11, 2004  Size: 1.46mb

    For: Philips ProntoPro NG
    By: Ralph Martinez
    Contest Entry #16: Mostly Chrome
    I like chrome so most of the layouts are that. For the CD I used a copper layout. For the Tuner and DV Cam I used transparency. From the Home page, short transaction animations are used.

    On the Devices page you will find more stuff including the VCR and the DV Cam. I like my 5.1 speaker balance page which you can get to from most devices by pressing the 4-speaker button. You just select the speaker you want to adjust and use the left or right arrow keys. If you click the "RECEIVER SETTINGS" button you'll get to a page where I was experimenting with nature buttons. Looks like it could use some cloud buttons!

    Updated: March 11, 2004  Size: 1.89mb

    For: Philips ProntoPro NG
    By: Tom Molstad
    Contest Entry #22: Chloe
    SECOND PLACE WINNER! Chloe is a device oriented PCF for TV, DVD, VCR, AMP and LIGHTING. The file has a unique colorful 3D interface with transitional animations. Each device has a single page and makes use of the “firm” buttons, which are labelled on the LCD screen. Included is a template page for other devices or to flesh out included devices. All buttons have “delay” placeholders. Try it in the simulator to see the animations!
    Updated: March 11, 2004  Size: 926kb
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