(I posted this in Art & Graphic Design as well, but I know that not many people go in that forum, so I thought I'd ask here as well.)
I'm wondering if anyone has any experience designing an iPhone application user interface and would know the ins and outs of building proper graphics files.
We've been experiencing odd shifts in color when we view our graphics on the iPhone. They get washed out, for the most part.
We're building the graphics in Photoshop CS3, 160ppi, RGB/8, and saving them out as a non-interlaced PNG. We're not using the Save for Web & Devices option, we're just using Save As.
Any pointers, suggestions or places on the web that would fill me in on the proper way to build iPhone graphics for native applications? I've googled as much as I can google, and have come up pretty much empty. I've seen some rumblings of people saying exporting PNG out of Photoshop shifts colors sometimes, but from what I've read they are referring to CS2.