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Without being strictly graphic design related, I think User experience is one of the fields that are growing fast and are more lucrative than straight up GD. There are tons of templates out there but they are useless if you can't navigate the content properly. UI can be applied to websites, apps, wearable, the Internet of things, and more. Also, I would ...


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I don't see the problem. There is a strong design community in the french speaking area. http://www.ateliermuesli.com/ http://www.ecal.ch/ http://www.andrebaldinger.com/ https://www.swisstypefaces.com/ These are just some links who popped up in my mind within a few seconds. If that is not good Graphic Design, then I don't know. My native language is ...


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Design is universal, it doesn't really depend on language since design itself is a language, albeit not in the traditional sense. People who understand design will understand design regardless of their native language. The aesthetics of good design are language agnostic. The ability to produce good design does not depend on the language but on other aspects ...


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The simplest solution is to create two rectangles with red and blue fills. Create red rect and select Edit mode, then add points in bottom as shown below: 2. Add blue rect under the red one: 3. You can group two rects for further usage (dragging, resizing):


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You can install GPG and run gpg -s your_document. You don't need to use a CA but your key can be uploaded to a key server and it will be certain that the key belongs to you if you have it signed in what is called a web of trust.


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I figured it out! Once the desired portion has been selected with the wand tool, you click and drag that selected portion to the blank image and it sets it in the exact spot as it is in the original image :]


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Yes you can cryptographically sign your work or any digital file as a matter of fact. The signing only computes a hash of the file or set of files and provides a mechanism for the user to verify that the hash is same. If the hash changes then the file has been tampered with and no longer satisfies signature. The system essentially ignores file type (a file ...


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The bars in the pattern are actually not of exactly the same width. Some bars are slightly thicker, adding a darker mean shade to the image in that location. This way the picture is visible by just a slightly darker mean color (like 50% brightness for the bright regions and 52% brightness for the darker regions). You can do this in photoshop, if you start ...


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There are some changes in color. Tts difficult to see with naked eyes but if you import you object to photoshop and use eyedroper you can see some color variations. How you can achieve this effect: Create the pattern(There are lots of ways to create this if you don't want to create this manually). You can change the color of upper and lower strips ...


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You define the shape which you want to have cut out as a vector shape, and tell your print shop that you want that cut out. They send your vector path out to a die-maker (you'll need to pay for this, probably in advance) to have a die made. They'll then use the die on the printed piece.


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You can change icons by locale. However, the browser is not meaningfully telling the locale of it's user. Many users set their agent language to english. Reasons vary, but basically all language localisations ive seen have bad translations. But even if the translation was good it would affect their ability to google knowlege about issues they have. ...


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Short answer: It's best to use good icons in the first place - sometimes providing additional help to aid understanding can still be preferable (descriptive text, tooltips, etc.). Providing alternatives based on language can be better some of the time, but it will always be more expensive. Longer answer: In any case, it is preferable to use one set ...


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Is is possible? Yes. Technology-wise, you would do the same thing you'd do for language localisation (see this related SE question for the specificities). Localization refers to the adaptation of a product, application or document content to meet the language, cultural and other requirements of a specific target market (a locale). Source Seems ...


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The CMYK has nothing to do to resolution. It does not "damage" the color either. Actually there is nothing you cand do but send it as RGB or CMYK. An Inkjet printer makes its own internal transformation, in this case if the ammount of cyan or magenta is low for light colors, pastel ones, simply it uses the light color, and if you need a more vivid one it ...


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When you are printing, the file dpi (resolution) is what determines the overall quality of the print. Computer screen resolution is 72dpi as opposed to print resolution which is 300dpi. The actual color representation will come into play in the quality, but the more cartridges that are used the better the results should appear. The printer will mix the ...


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If they are on their own layers, just grab them from the layer they are on. If not, then it all depend on the particular image we're talking about, but will likely take a lot of manual work means you have to manually select the image or logo and copy or cut it to the project If you have time then watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GBs19HuUFY


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You can use photoshop, In Photoshop just double click on layer > blending option > bevel and emboss. It will depend on your creativity mind. This will also help you - http://design.tutsplus.com/articles/the-comprehensive-guide-to-bevel-and-emboss--psd-17308



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