Generate UWP App Icon Assets from a single size
Bundled Windows styleguide colors & Icon size guides
One click export actions
This is a Photoshop document that, through Smart Objects, automates the process of rendering the various sizes that needs to be bundled with Microsoft Universal Windows Apps. The idea is to edit the largest size and have the smaller sizes automatically rendered, enabling a much quicker workflow when designing icons. You’ll also find a selection of Windows specific colors that you can use for the tile backplate, and easy export actions that spit out the exact files you need to bundle with your app.
How do I use it?
You’ll need Photoshop CC. Open the PSD file in Photoshop. Find and right click the layer called ‘Edit tile icon here’ and hit ’Edit Contents’. This opens the Icon.psb file - create your Icon in this canvas. After saving the Icon.psb, the multiple sizes in the Main PSD file should be automatically rendered. Edit the tile background color by editing the smartobject 'Edit tile color here'. Use the Photoshop Actions bundled with the resource to export your icon files.
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