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These may not be what your looking for, but what if you save the file as an EPS WITH the option checked "use artboards". This should save out every artboard as a separate file AND save you a 'Master' EPS. Note: when the files are save out they are Label as such: fileName_Artboard Name Then in InDesign you just import each icon as separate file. Note: ...


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Try to add noise to minimize banding: Photoshop: Create new layer. Go to: Image > Fill... > and use these values: Change the layer's blending mode to Overlay Go to: Filter > Noise > Add Noise... >. These values worked well for me: Adjust layer's opacity to your liking. 22% was kind of OK and the resulting JPG is: So no ...


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Some image editors such as GIMP allow you to apply smoothing as well as control compression when saving a jpeg. Smoothing: Setting the smoothing option to a non-zero value will smooth out the image slightly. This reduces fuzzy artifacts from compression, and helps with the compression. A setting of 0.10-0.15 removes a good portion of the artifacts ...


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This probably doesn't answer your question. Some possible alternatives... Have you considered CSS instead: background: linear-gradient(45deg, #3d667c, #1d283e); Or perhaps you could use the SVG base64 technique (generator tool here): <svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" width="100%" height="100%" viewBox="0 0 1 1" ...


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1.) In PhotoShop, Save For Web and save as a 24-bit transparent PNG. 2.) Use a third party to compress the image. I like https://tinypng.com/ 3.) Your image was compressed down to your target 60kb with lossy compression preserving full alpha transparency. No white edges, no image quality loss.



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