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a way to gain knowledge through systematic observation or experience.
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How to account for and consider (paper) folding for printed objects during the design process.
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the thickness of the character outlines relative to their height. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Font#Font_characteristics#weight in CSS, <code>font-weight</code…
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a subscription font service that brings thousands of fonts from foundry partners into one library for quick browsing, easy use on the web or on your desktop, and endless typographic inspira…
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Design approach that derives other designs from a mobile compatible version.
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all of the same width. An example is Courier New.
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the visual language and graphic of signs, created to give information particularly related to wayfinding. Examples would be streetsigns, directions, and use of images and symbols to convey information…
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Questions about specific and local issues of a user interface that can affect overall user experience.
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Questions about `tiff`, Tagged Image File Format, a lossless bitmap image file format supporting advanced features like layers.
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using within Adobe Illustrator to retain the settings of the Appearance Panel.
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Questions relating to image resolutions and changing them.
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A device for capturing images and videos.
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Trends, best/common practices, status quo's.
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Questions which involve matching 2 colors together or finding a color code or RGB value.
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Adobe Creative Suite version 2. Released in 2005 was the second Creative Suite version to be released.
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Questions about (elements of) software that prevent unauthorised copying of itself or other software.
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