Mike McHugh wireframes a mobile site using Adobe Proto & opens the HTML output in Adobe Edge to add animation. He then creates some SVG graphics in Illustrator, applies animations, and roundtrips the graphics back to Illustrator. (Skip past the first minute.)
Watch the future of web design as this video shows how you can use Adobe’s Touch App, Proto, in concert with Edge and Illustrator to make your web design ideas come to life in a matter of minutes.
Jonathan designed this PSD at a much larger size than you see in the preview, the screen area is 820px x 530px which should give you plenty of options.
The first in a series of six touch-optimized apps (the other five are Collage, Debut, Ideas, Kuler and Proto), it supports Photoshop layers—arguably the basic and most-oft used Photoshop feature. With simple finger gestures, users can combine multiple photos into layered images, make popular edits, and apply professional effects. It also provides advanced selection tools and adjustments.