The desktop client (known as JuiceboxBuilder) is where you actually create your gallaries. The wizard based process consists of a mere four basic steps. If you’re using the builder for the first time, then you need to start by clicking the New Gallery button to proceed to the next step.
If you want to add images from a hard drive, all you need is to drag your photos over the left side of the application window under Add Images section. However, you can also click Flickr to grab the images from there, instead of inputting Flicker User Name or Flickr Tags and clicking Load Images. Under Image Size section to the bottom-left, you may mark Resize Images or Crop To Fit options, and click Change button to select the resized resolution.
Next up, you need to customize your photo gallery. Just type in your Gallery Title, Gallery Width and Gallery Height – select Background color and opacity and enable/disable other Misc. options such as Show Open Button, Show Expand Button and Show Thumbs Button. Finally, click the Publish button at the top to publish your photos.
Your published photos will be saved automatically to your local drive, and the builder app will give you the HTML5 embed Code, so that you can easily embed it into any HTML page.
The following screenshot displays the photo gallery we created during testing.