Questions about Apple's liquid crystal displays that, according to Apple, have a high enough pixel density that the human eye is unable to notice pixelation at a typical viewing distance.

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Retina to actual pixels

Im currently designing an app and exporting images for the developers. I am struggling to know that if i create an icon that on my retina screen shows at say 40px X 100px, when i export, should i ...
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What resolution should I work with in to output to different pixel densities?

Q: What resolution should I be working in (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc) to output for both high resolution displays (retina, etc) as well as standard resolution output (72ppi/web)? My Gut It seems ...
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Set default magnification of the Photoshop CC to 200%

Hi Designers and Photoshop experts! I have recently bought Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina. Everything that I use to open in my Windows Photoshop is seems smaller on my MacBook. If I zoom it to 200% ...
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IS iMac Retina 5K suitable for webdesign?

it is time to retire my old macbook pro which served me well for over 5 years, since I dont require protability I am leaning towards bying iMac 27 with 5K display. I work as a web designer and my ...
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Responsive design comp on non retina dispay

I'm designing a responsive website comp in photoshop. My display is 1920x1080. My comp is 1366 pixels. How will the comp look on retina display? Having a hard time wrapping my brain around how these ...
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On Retina screen, images saved from PS & AI are large and blurry

Please bear with me on this one, since I get the overall concepts of what's going on here, but I don't understand why I'm getting the results I am. This past month, I started using a MacBook Pro ...