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illustrate mathematical concepts such as graphs, diagrams and specific colourings.
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How to account for and consider (paper) folding for printed objects during the design process.
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Questions about the vector tool that allows a shape to be filled with a continuous gradient, defined by multiple points within the shape, each corresponding to the colour.
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Questions about Adobe's cloud-based application used to create color schemes.
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Autodesk® SketchBook® Pro sketching software for Windows® or Mac® computers is a professional-grade painting app that is easy to use for every artist.
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Trends, best/common practices, status quo's.
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for questions about Adobe Dreamweaver, the web design program.
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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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the smallest, single unit of a table that can contain objects.
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A device for capturing images and videos.
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a new web motion and interaction design tool that allows designers to bring animated content to websites, using web standards like HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3.
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A non-figurative artwork. Compositions of shape(s) and colours without visual references to anything tangible.
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an object-oriented language originally developed by Macromedia Inc. (now owned by Adobe Systems). It is a dialect of ECMAScript (meaning it is a superset of the syntax and semantics of…
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HSB refers to Hue, saturation, brightness, a variation of the HSV color space.
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In a graphic manipulation programme, merging multiple layers containing objects, and thus creating a single, "flat" image (where manipulating the objects on the previously separate layers becomes diff…
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Questions about tools that allow the retrieval of a colour from an image, to use or store as a swatch.
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all of the same width. An example is Courier New.
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