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Qt Design Studio 1.6 Beta released

We are happy to announce the beta release of Qt Design Studio 1.6

Qt Design Studio is a UI design and development tool that enables designers and developers to rapidly prototype and develop complex UIs. Both designers and developers use Qt Design Studio and this makes collaboration between the two a lot simpler and more streamlined. To get an impression, you should watch this video.

For detailed information about Qt Design Studio, visit the online documentation page.

Transition Editor

One addition to Qt Design Studio 1.5 is the new transition editor that allows editing transitions between states with a graphical interface similar to timeline animations. This makes it convenient and easy to define those without having to write QML.

Qt Quick 3D Effects

On the Qt Quick 3D side, Qt Design Studio now supports effects on the Qt Quick 3D view. Such effects like Emboss, Brush Stokes, Gaussian Blur and Motion Blur and now easily be assigned to a Qt Quick 3D view by using drag and drop.

Rich Text Annotations

The annotations in Qt Design Studio 1.6 now support rich text. This is really useful to add lists, tables and formated text to annotations, which allows to keep detailed requirements in the annotations as part of the QML.

With Qt Design Studio 1.6 there is also a free community version available, which lacks the Photoshop and Sketch bridges, though. The Beta of the Qt Design Studio 1.6 Community Edition can be found here.

The commercial Qt Design Studio 1.6 Beta is available under Preview > Qt Design Studio 1.6-beta1 in the online installer. 

Getting Started

You can find the latest online documentation for Qt Design Studio 1.6 here. The documentation is also available from inside Qt Design Studio.

For Qt Design Studio we created tutorials as part of the documentation.

The welcome page of Qt Design Studio contains examples and links to video tutorials to help you get started.

Please post issues you find or suggestions you have in our bug tracker.


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