1 - Click the Boing button to open the Pogo Builder.
The Boing button on the right is available on any page.
2 - The three panels are the: Settings, Palette, & Canvas.
You can drag them around the screen as desired.
3 - Use the “H/v” button to toggle the controls between horizontal and vertical layouts if desired.
4 - Pick a Pogo pog size: 3x3, 5x5, 7x7, or 10x10 depending on the size of your message.
Note: Switching between sizes will not alter what you have already entered.
5 - Choose a Rosetta to use.
Change Rosettas at any time.
6 - Start typing your Pogo message by clicking on pogs in the Palette.
7 - Toggle using single, or multiple, Rosettas.
To use another Rosetta, select another Rosetta and continue typing.
8 - Choose a directional pattern for your Pogo which determines the pattern your message follows.
You can change patterns at any time.
9 - Toggle the Pattern icon on or off depending on how cryptic you want your message to be.
10 - Change the border color of your Pogo.
After selecting a color, simply click the green “+” icon to apply it and close the color picker.
Or, click the red “x” icon to remove the border completely.
11 - Toggle the “frame” area on or off.
Off will leave the area transparent.
12 - Change the color of the background area behind your Pogo and optionally apply a gradient effect to it.
The green “+” icon applies your selection and the red “x” icon removes it, as with the border.
The lower red “x” icon removes the applied gradient effect from the colored background.
13 - Or, choose an image for the background.
You can choose from your galleries or the public gallery.
14 - Or choose no background at all...
This will render the Pogo background transparent.
15 - Select the final pixel dimensions of the Pogo generated.
Pogos can be made 300x300, 500x500, or 700x700 pixels.
This pixel dimension is independent from the Pog size.
16 - Click save and we will start building it!
A “working” animation and cancel button will appear...
17 - After a few moments you will be prompted to optionally save the Pogo to your computer.
The amount of time depends on how busy the servers are and how many pogs are in your Pogo.
18 - To “close” the Pogo Builder, click the close button on the control panel.
This will not effect your work, so you can open and close it as often as desired.
Note: Be mindful that the Pogo will be reset if you navigate to another page!!
19 - Your Pogo will be added to your “My Pogos” album and shared with your followers where
they can share it, comment on it, reply, etc.
Have fun encoding secret messages!!!
Boing boing boing...
Welcome to the Pogoverse where language becomes art!
PogoLogos is a fun new way to communicate using an easy to learn matrix of geometric, colorful codes that are applicable to any language; allowing for a new dimension of personal expression no matter where you call home.
With PogoLogos you can create really cool custom coded messages called, “pogos” that you can save as an image in your photo library, then share via text, email and most social networking sites. As a member of the PogoLogos community, you will quickly discover there are no limits to communication when you’re using your imagination.
Using the intuitive interface, you can build a pogo here on the site or with the PogoLogos Communicator app. You can make a 3x3, 5x5, 7x7 or 10x10 pogo in various directions; including spiral, zigzag and freestyle. You also can change the color of the background or add an image from your photo library. You can further stylize your pogo by choosing one of the many character sets that use the PogoLogos Matrix.
When you share a pogo with a friend, they will have the option to attach a Rosetta so they can quickly decipher it. A link to pogologos.co will also be sent as a default, where the correct Rosetta can be easily found. We look forward to seeing you here in the Pogoverse! Boing… Boing!!!
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