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Maybe the same size with 150dpi of resolution, it will be up and ready.


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I think you are asking about how to design whilst using a retina display, rather than asking how to design for retina displays. You don't need to change anything about the dimensions you choose. If you create a 120px header on your retina display, it will appear as 120px high on a non-retina display - you don't need to change your behaviour because you're ...


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You're right - at this moment in time, there is no easy way around retina displays other than to double the resolution of your PSDs and work with 2x as many pixels. It's actually a lot easier than it sounds, and lends itself well to a non-destructive working process (e.g. using Photoshop polygons for standard shapes, vectors for solid icons and compound ...


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If you are asking: "I just got a retina display and noticed how blurry some web graphics look even when they are saved at the actual size they are used. Should one save images for the web twice the size because there are retina displays out there?" Then this is my answer: You are correct. You should make your images for the web twice the size you ...


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Ignoring the how old the onlooker might be, how high up, low down, indoors, artificial light or not, dark train stations, weather, is it a print sign or a screen, reflective road sign etc etc. There are a few tools that will help you calculate this, and there are some best practices. If you really want to get into this, your keyword will be signage. ...


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There are too many variables for one answer. The first thing to evaluate is the typeface. If you are using a face designed for signage, the general references Ilan provided are probably roughly accurate. On the other hand, if you're working on a branded piece where the typography is part of a larger brand standard, you'll have to do your own research. The ...



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