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Should I be happy with my current wage? That, only you can answer. If you like your job and your salary, what is the problem? Should I be freaking out about not owning copyright over my images? No, because that is exactly the same as any work. I have probably made thousands of icons and I see them pop up sometimes in new projects. I was paid to ...


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When creating something in Illustrator you tend to use the pen tool or basic geometric shapes to get to your idea. Depending on how you were taught in the beginning you will tend to use one tool over the other. This is not a specific technique, it's just grid based design using the golden rule (math attached below). Most designers that studied graphic ...


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I would suggest one of the following: TikZ is a LaTeX package that enables you to draw diagrams directly from LaTeX source code. The main advantage is that the text is rendered by LaTeX and you can typset formulas as in LaTeX. Thus you do not have to hassle with other ways to render formulas and your text matches your main text in font and size. The main ...


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On your screen, even for vector, there is still some small anti-aliasing going on. The white blends in a softer way with your color even if it's a vector. That's probably why they look similar when zoomed in but so different when zoomed out. I'm quite sure if you would get these 2 graphics printed on an offset machine, they would come out exactly the same. ...


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Tough question. I'm not sure my answer is the best and I'm sure there will be other good suggestions, but my first thought was to use each condition's ribbon or color(s). I would assume that most of these conditions have a ribbon (pink = breast cancer, green = mental illness, etc.). Down's, for example, is blue/yellow. I'm not saying that you should ...



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