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You can not compensate. Obsessing about the perfect hue is largely irrelevant for most audiences. All you can really do is make your part and use a monitor that is calibrated or emulating sRGB. Average user does not really have a choice on the color they are displayed. They can have bad, cheap, damaged or old panels. Since the color effects are global no ...


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The cost of disk space is insignificant if you value your work. Buy an external hard drive, save your RAW files. If you really adjusted your RAW files export your JPG at the original resolution. Use theese for print. Use very little compression, maximum quality. Make a batch action on photoshop or whatever program you have to make a copy at lower size, ...


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Skeuomorphism The whole purpose of skeuomorphism is to tackle the problems you are facing. Emulating the aesthetics of physical objects that people are used to in the real world helps them to understand the functionality of your interface. Skeuomorphism has got a bit of a bad name recently, mainly due to Apple taking it a bit too far. Pre iOS 7, the ...


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Currently, the three little nubs don't look like a slideable object, which is why people may not try using them. I suggest taking a look at some sliders/slider plug ins to see how they handle their sliding arms. You may want to use something with a point to it so it pinpoints what exactly they are sliding too. Something like this perhaps. Here's why: ...


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Design should without a doubt consider the target audience. It should be one of the main factors in your whole process. I beileve that good design is universal To an extent, yes—but design needs to be fit for purpose. What is good design for one situation isn't necessarily good for another. Take for example the branding for an event. Is this a high ...


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This question was asked before somewhere. Then, I asked on the stack overflow forum and the question was more conclusive. Normally they just take the layered PSD, they will take what they need and generate what they don't need. On this case that the web developer do not want to use Photoshop just pass a PNG as a template, and the important elements ...


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Assuming you're using the most up to date version of Adobe Photoshop, the easiest way to do what your asking is to export the layers' CSS. Right click on the layer in the layer panel and choose 'Copy CSS'. This copies the CSS rules to your clipboard which can then be pasted into any text editor. You've got to set your document up with the appropriate ...


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You don't need text labels. In your example images it's not clear what the two color bars are, but in context it should be perfectly clear. Assuming that choosing a new color in the picker will update the 'new color' bar, that will make it clear what the that color is, and the user is either aware of the color they already have selected, which makes it ...


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The problems you see are compression artifacts. If you want to make them less visible apply less JPEG compression on your Image, this in turn will make the banner larger in size. Image 1-2: 2 compressed JPG images, the one on the left has more compression (25) that the one on the right (90). But the less compressed image is more than 4 times larger in ...


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Honestly, those in-between sizes are more wildcards than anything else. I would design against the "standards" (iPhone 5 and 6/Samsung Galaxy) and anything in the middle is up to possibly adjusting the breakpoint itself (i.e. whether tablet goes down to 600px rather than 640px). If there is an in-between and you really need to have it look a certain way, ...



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