Each device has a subtle screen glare layer. There is an option to choose having a right or left glare. Expand the ‘Glare’ folder and toggle the options by clicking the eye icon. Or, if you do not want a screen glare in your design, you can simply toggle this off.
Choose which direction for the screen glare
Each device has a side shadow folder highlighted in blue.There is an option to choose having a right or left shadow.These shadows can be used to give a more realistic effect that a device is in front of another or in front of a wall or background.
Toggle the eye icon to turn on the shadows and adjust the opacity or fill sliders to increase/ decrease the strength of the shadows. Or, shadows can be toggled off completely.
Select ‘Side Shadows’ layer and choose between a left or right shadow
Each device has a reflection layer or folder highlighted in green. Simply toggle on the reflection by clicking the eye icon of the reflection layer or folder. Depending on the type or colour of background the strength of the reflection can be adjusted by reducing or increasing the opacity or fill sliders.The iPhone and iPad reflections will reflect the screen design.
PLEASE NOTE: The reflections are best used when the devices are not overlapping each other and so we advise to use this feature when devices are isolated or there is space between them.
Reflections layer is highlighted in green
There is a wall option that can be toggled on/off by clicking the eye icon. There is a subtle wall texture layer and a solid colour layer. The colour of each of these can be adjusted by clicking the thumbnails of the ‘Wall Colour’ and ‘Optional Colour For Texture’ layers.This brings up a colour dialog box where the colour can be selected.
There is also a subtle gradient layer which gives the appearance of depth on the floor surface. This is best used when choosing to display the wall to create a more realistic effect.
Use colour picker to customise the colour of the wall
To change the background, simply expand the ‘Backgrounds’ group and toggle on/off the desired background. There is also a ‘Colour’ background which can be made any colour by double clicking the layer thumbnail and choosing a colour.
Toggling on/off different texture layers and adjusting the Opacity and Fill sliders can produce lots of different effects. You can also choose a different blending mode for the textures such a ‘Colour Burn’ or ‘Linear Burn’. This means that the texture will blend with whatever layer is underneath it.