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Questions about grids, a guide laid under or over a graphic with user or software specified measurements. They're often used in the development process to create layouts, align elements, and/or restri…
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Questions about selecting parts of a file or image, so those parts can be changed or transformed while leaving the nonselected parts intact.
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Questions about the regions that can contain printable artwork. You resize and set the orientation for your artwork by choosing settings in the Artboard Options dialog box.
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Questions about terminology, industry specific words used in a given field of study or discipline. It's often referred to as jargon or specialized language related to a chosen profession. Ask anything…
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Questions regarding the research of resources (books, websites, videos, etc.) pertaining to a specific design topic.
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Questions about the output resolution of a print device. `dpi` refers to dots of ink on a printed page and thus to a property of a printer or other printing device. The term is often used in error, in…
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Questions regarding imagery, colors, typefaces, or other visual or audio items used to identify a business entity.
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Questions about RGB; short for red, green, blue. It's the colour process and model used in colour visualisation on digital devices. Ask anything relevant to graphic design about the RGB colour model.
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Questions about designing content and visuals for mobile devices; this kind of design often carries its own set of rules and restrictions. Ask anything related to designing graphics for mobile devices…
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Questions about designing for Android, an operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Specific measurements and guidelines are common when designing graphics for diff…
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Questions about storing work in a file of a certain format. Can also apply to exporting an existing file to a different file format.
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Questions about iOS (formerly known as iPhone OS), Apple's mobile operating system. Originally developed for the iPhone, it has since been extended to support other Apple, Inc. devices such as the iPo…
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Questions about CorelDraw, professional graphic design software offering new and enhanced vector graphic illustration, image editing, and a complete website design software suite.
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Questions about the digital motion graphics, visual effects and compositing software package published by Adobe Systems, used in the post-production process of filmmaking and television production.
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Questions about methods of combining varying text and fonts with relatively simple illustrations (click to see example); also illustrations used to emphasise a message or content by the use of for exa…
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Questions about HyperText Markup Language (HTML), the main language for creating web pages and other interactive information that can be displayed in a web browser.
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Questions about the toolset and panel present in many Adobe applications designed to manipulate multiple objects and their relationship with one another.
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Questions about scaling; the process of creating different versions of visual objects to adapt them for different display mediums or contexts of use. Other than simple resizing, scaling can include ch…
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a set of data that characterizes a color input or output device, or a color space, according to standards promulgated by the International Color Consortium (ICC).
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Questions about the single dots in digital imaging. A pixel, or pel, is a point in a raster image, or the smallest addressable element in a display device; so it is the smallest controllable element o…
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Questions about the Pantone Matching System, a widely used model for specifying ink colors in print design.
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Questions about Adobe Acrobat, a proprietary program developed by Adobe Systems used for the creation, modification, and viewing of PDF files.
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Questions about the automation and extending of functionality through the use of scripts within Adobe Illustrator.
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Questions about the creation of typefaces and storing them into font files.
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Questions about series of tasks that you play back on a single file or a batch of files—menu commands, panel options, tool actions, and so on. For example, you can create an action that changes the si…
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Questions about one of the following alterations: rotation, translation, reflection, or resizing.
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Questions about Adobe Flash Professional, a program used to author content for the Adobe Flash platform. Flash is commonly used to create interactive graphical animations for a wide variety of digital…
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Questions about different ways of storing data in a file. Different file formats can usually be recognized by their extension.
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Questions about the size of a file in bytes, and about optimizing that size. Typically, optimizing involves getting the file to be as small as possible without losing (significant) quality.
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Questions about copyright, licensing and ownership.
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A computer input device that allows users to draw with a stylus on a surface, similar to a pen on paper. Also known as a graphics tablet, or digitizer. Not to be confused with tablet computers.
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Questions about the tools used for applying paint to a canvas. Digitally, a brush refers to a tool designed to mimic the application of color similar to traditional media. This often results in soft e…
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Questions about visualising an idea or concept with the use of lines: clearly defined edges and outlines of objects.
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Questions about typesetting; the process of creating text by the use of types for printed and digital designs. It's the art of perfecting the position, readability and aesthetics of a body of content …
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Questions about hand written or printed work, consisting of pages; bound together between a cover and attached to the spine.
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Questions about the JPEG (`/ˈdʒeɪpɛɡ/ jay-peg`) file format. JPEG, seen most often with the `.jpg` extension, is a commonly used method of lossy compression for digital photography.