A PSD file can be uploaded to ResponsiveAds Studio to jumpstart the creative process. PSD files can be used as the basis for a creative build in the Fluid Designer.
This is an overview of all options of uploading a PSD file to the ResponsiveAds Fluid Designer. It will also clarify best practices, and direct you to further, in-depth resources.
PSD Upload Options
There are four (4) ways to add PSD files into the creative:
Initialize creative set-up with MASTER PSD (MASTER PSD is one artboard with all layers rasterized and can be uploaded to start a creative (How to Prepare PSD File for Uploading)
Add MASTER PSD to a creative. You can find a dedicated option in the element list. PSD gets added as a group in the creative (How to Prepare PSD File for Uploading)
Add MASTER PSD to a template or creative by mapping each of the layers to individual elements (Coming Soon)
Add PSD with multiple ARTBOARDS to a creative using artboards to map to different sizes/layouts (PSD Artboard Build and Upload Process)
Save Time with PSD Upload
ResponsiveAds simplifies and speeds up the ad-creation workflow.
Layers to Elements
When you upload a PSD file and open it in the Fluid Designer, each layer in the original file will become a separate element layer in the new Fluid creative file.
At the same time, in the Fluid Designer, elements will be anchored and positioned as closely as possible to the position of the elements in Photoshop.
These elements will be automatically anchored to their position, so you can start designing each size of the Fluid creative from a useful starting point. This requires much less tedious positioning of every element in every single size and shape.
Upload All Assets At Once
By converting layers in this way, and maintaining the structure and element positions, the PSD Upload function lets you save time. No need to save assets and upload them into the editor separately; everything can be uploaded at once.
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