#1 Sketch's Plugin
You need to have Sketch 48.2+ version and Magic Mirror plugin.
Download and install a free plugin
#2 Magic Mirror plugin
First of all, you need to turn on the plugin. To do so, open the Plugins → Magic Mirror 3 → Enable Magic Mirror
#3 Paste your design
Find 'Paste here" artboard and insert your design into it
Find the “Change This” layer in the Layers’ panel, and you’ll see the Magic Mirror panel at your right side – then press the update button.
#5 Changeable Colors
You can change the color of each element in the “Change Color” or "Clay" artboards. Find and choose the “Change Color” layer, and you’ll be able to choose any color or gradient in the Fills panel.
#1 Photoshop version
You need to have Photoshop CS4+ version or Photoshop CC+ version for 3d mockups.
Each file has different mockups – switch between them in the folders.
#2 Change this
Find the “Change this” layer, click twice on the icon and a new window will open.
Double click on "Change This" icon
#3 Paste your design
Insert your design in the window, save it and close.
#4 Clay version
Each scene in Presentation kit
is also contains Clay version (or Changeable Color). That's a beautiful and popular clay stylisations. You can color device as you like.
#5 Change Color
Find "Change Color" layer and click on an icon, a Color Picker will be opened. Choose any color you like or add a gradient
#7 3d Mockup
Sometimes we use 3d mockups instead of smart objects. That's gives a realistic view of your design in curved screens.
#8 Change This
Find the 3d layer, under the‘Textures’ effect find ‘Change This’ and double click on it. Paste you design in opened window, close and save it
#9 Troubleshooting 3d Mockups
If you have a Photoshop CC and upper version, but 3d is not working for you – make sure you graphic processor is turned on. Click CMD+K (Ctrl+K) and go to Performance tab. Make sure that checkbox under the Graphic Processor is turned on
#10 Troubleshooting 3d Mockups
If the previous step didn't help, try resetting your Photoshop settings. To do this close Photoshop. Then press on Mac CMD+Control+Option and open it again. Message will pop up asking if you want to delete the Adobe Photoshop Settings file. Choose Yes