Questions about image resolution as measured in pixels per inch. PPI is either (a) the resolution of a image when it is printed at a specific physical size; or (b) the physical resolution of a display device. DPI (dots per inch), which refers to the output resolution of a print device, is often used ...

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Designing Graphics For .NET Apps Resolution

What resolution (in pixels/inch) should I use when designing graphics for a standard Windows Forms .NET application? I am using Adobe Creative Suites to design the graphics. I will be using the ...
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Inept knowledge about dpi and ppi,please help?

I have designed a web header 1000x98 at 72 ppi using Macromedia Fireworks for our website and we are planning to print a billboard using that header? The printer has told us that he needs the image ...
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Large size banner design issue..help needed immediately? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What DPI should a large format artwork for print be done at? I want to design a large banner for computer shop and banner will be viewed from a far distance. I will be ...
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To what extent is resizing an image (using Photoshop's bicubic sampling algorithm) acceptable for print?

I'm wanting to print a 300 DPI brochure, but my first attempt at making it fell short of the proper resolution, so I am having to remake it. I've already printed my business cards, which were ...
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Smartphone resolution

I am going to make a design for a smartphone game, now I have seen that there are MANY resolutions around. Luckily iPhone has only a few, but Android contains already more, not to speak about upcoming ...
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Save an Illustrator vector drawing with bigger dimensions

Since vector drawings are scalable infinitely, I should be able to save my drawings at any DPI I wish. How do I do that with Illustrator CS5?
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What ppi do I need to save a photoshop image for a printer asking for a 300dpi jpeg?

A printer is asking for a 300 dpi jpeg. I have set the image size to the correct printing size but what resolution do I set the ppi in photoshopCS2 to for 300 dpi. Also when saving a jpeg there is a ...
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What dimensions should I use when designing for the Kindle Fire?

I've reviewed all of the android design documentation, but I am still a little confused on how I should setup my Photoshop file if I am making an app for just the Kindle Fire. It's 1024x600 with 160 ...
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Why is my edited image smaller than my original image but yet retains the same resolution?

I used IrfanView to change a JPG's DPI from 96 to 300 as I want to print it on a bag for my child. The new imaged created is significantly smaller 6 MB vs 682 kB. The detail summary shows the same ...
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Is scaling an image by 200% the same as doubling dpi/ppi?

I am sure this is a simple question, but the answers I have received from people are never simple. I am trying to apply an answer to this question for scaling images for the iOS Retina display.
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iOS 4 retina display resolution size

I'm a little confused about the resolution here, I know the dimensions suppose to be: 320x480 points but what do I need to put for the resolution? e.g. 300 dpi? I'm designing on CS5.