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I recently read here that you can save at jpg compression 31 using double the dimensions that you need, then display it on your webpage at half those dimensions and it will look good. So if you want your photo to display at 200px by 200px, you save it at 400px by 400px at 31 quality, and set your image size in your CSS or HTML to be 200px by 200px. This ...


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The tricky thing about favicons is that they are tiny (well, while the classic favicon was 16x16 px, you can now use 24x24 px. Still quite small). Because of this, and just as it happens when working with small icons in general, you need to create a version of it pixel by pixel. Scaling just doesn't do. Check this related question: Tools or methods for ...


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I suggest you to export an *.eps file from Sketch and simple open it in Photoshop without any resizing. After that take an option which is called 'Save for Web' (Shift+Cmd+Alt+s or from main menu 'File->Save for Web') and resize your image to get the dimensions you need. Listen to the dougajmcdonald and prepare the size you expect them to be rendered in a ...


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As a web developer, I would say you should export the images at the size you expect them to be rendered. This is for two reasons: a) Filesize - a 2MB file scaled down in terms of resolution, still has to be downloaded at 2MB b) Rendering - a 1000x250px image which is displayed in a 250x50px tag, will be rendered by the browser at runtime. This is both ...



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