OneSketch Web Site Editor Video Demo

Hello I'm Zach Shipley and I'm one of the co-founders of OneSketch and I'd like to take a little bit of time to show you what our tool is capable of. This is just a controlled demo of our toolbar, showing a web site that someone might have made using OneSketch. This slim toolbar at the top is how you would control making changes. We designed it to stay out of your way when you don't need it, but when you do, just give it a click and it will gracefully slide down revealing all of the options you have. One option is adding a YouTube video, so let's go ahead and do that. When you click the YouTube button, a list of your YouTube video library is displayed and to add a video to your site, all you have to do is click and drag down onto your site. When you release the mouse button, you will notice that the video is instantly embedded and useable in real time, just like it would behave on your real web site. We've designed OneSketch to display a web page the same way a visitor would see the site when browsing to it normally.

One more thing you can do is add Flickr images. Just like you did with the YouTube video, you simply click and drag an image onto your web page and it will materialize and you can do anything you want with it from there. Once you are ready to get rid of the toolbar at the top, just give it a click and it will get out of your way to allow you to do things like edit text on your site. Take this one, for example. You just click on it and feel free delete things you don't like or spell check, for instance. We've tried to make it as flexible as we possibly can and feel we are on the right track for that.

Well, thanks for watching and I hope you continue to follow us as we continue to make this tool much better in the future.

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