The old way
Adding relevant images to static prototypes is a pain, that is why folks tend to fill them in with placeholders. If you really want to add an image, you have to search for it, download it, crop it to right size, and then add it to your prototype. That is until now. Today we're launching flickrBomb - an easy way for you to fill your prototypes with relevant content, and not just those dull gray placeholder images. Here is how it works:
Say you want some Yosemite Park images in your prototype. After going through the setup process you add this line of code:
<img src="flickr://yosemite" width="175px"height="175px">
The new way
Don't like the images you have there? No worries. Just click on the wrench to pick the ones you like. You can use whatever search terms you would like, flickrBomb will fill your pages with relevant images. The setup is quick and easy so go ahead and get your flickrbomb on!
You'll get the cropped version of those Yosemite Park images pulled from Flickr automatically.