Composite is a brand new way of creating interactive prototypes. It automatically connects to your Photoshop® documents and converts your mockups into interactive prototypes in seconds. No need to export images or maintain tons of hotspots.Watch The VideoInteractive Mode Demo
Use Layer Comps to organize your document. It's a great way to divide your designs into different screens. Read more here.Next step
Transition to a layer comp by appending its name, wrapped in square brackets, to the name of the layer you want to be tappable.Next step
Append the name of the animation to the layer you're linking from. Choose between +push, +pop, +modal, +close, +flip and more.Next step
Since Composite connects directly to your Photoshop® document, your design and prototype will always be in sync. All tap zones are tied to a layer and will automatically be moved along when moving or resizing a layer.Go back to frontpage
Composite lets you create your prototypes in the comfort of your own Photoshop®. Define hotspots for transitioning between layer comps, and add animations for a truly native feel.
Pixel perfect rendering, with tapzones and animations defined in your .PSD, presented as a functional app experience.
All the transitions and gestures you'd expect from a real iPhone app, without any of the work.
Create even more realistic prototypes, by making elements stay fixed while scrolling. Perfect for navigation bars and toolbars.
Use layer comps to organize your document. It's a great way to divide your designs into different screens.
Rename your layers to create live hotspots that can be used to transition between different layer comps.
Load the layer comps from your mockup, and tap on the hotspots you've defined to navigate around.
Download our demo app to get started. It's a great way to get familiar with how Composite works.
Composite connects to Photoshop® using Remote Connections via Bonjour. Read more in our Connection Guide.
While you're designing and tweaking in Photoshop®, you get live updates of your work on the device.
Composite works with Photoshop® on both Windows and Mac OS X. Windows support requires Bonjour installed.