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We recently did a comparison of major file optimization apps - https://www.oss-usa.com/blog/faster-sites-are-way-better-slower-sites While Photoshop can do file optimization, it is not the ideal tool to get it done - there are specific add ons and free services that can get the job done even better.


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Interestingly, you could create a design with 72dpi and when done, flatten all layers, then rasterise. This reduces the image 60% more. I found this solution from self discovery, it works.


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I just tested two copies of an image that I made with Photoshop. However I set one at 72 dpi and the other at 720 dpi to see if any of the browsers I use would render them different sizes on the screen. On all browsers except one, they looked identical - size-wise and quality-wise. However, with the use of Google Chrome, the one made at 72 looked fine, ...


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One option, which many have missed, is that often UI shots are recreated to allow customization for marketing materials. It is entirely possible that what you believe to be a screen shot, is not a screen shot at all, but rather a carefully crafted image on its own.


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There's no reason why you shouldn't be able to save the image as a JPEG (unless your machine has considerably less grunt than the Atom-based netbook with 2GB RAM I just used to save a Ps document of that size as a JPEG), provided that it's flat, 8-bit and you've selected "Baseline". (Baseline optimized and progressive take more memory to process the ...


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You should avoid high fidelity static mock ups for this very reason. Responsive web design isn't about designing a desktop version, then a mobile version, and then hoping they work together. It's about designing one version, and then adjusting as needed in both directions. Now, I realize that is the ideal, and we rarely work in the ideal and lots of ...



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