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Questions regarding designing for Apple's iPhone OS.
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Questions about the granting of permission to use copyrighted material by the copyright holder, often for a fee. Licenses are common in software usage, like font files, stock images but also applicati…
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Questions about preset effect in image manipulation such as photo filters in Photoshop or similar visual tools.
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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 one of the following alterations: rotation, translation, reflection, or resizing.
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Questions about symbols; marks or characters used as conventional representations of objects, functions, or processes. Ask anything related to the design of symbols.
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Questions about the process of digitizing a tangible object.
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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 work while self-employed and not committed to a particular employer long-term. Freelancers are sometimes represented by a company or an agency that resells their labor and that of othe…
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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.
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Questions about methods and scripts for automation and alterations by programming language within Adobe Illustrator.
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Questiosn about the technique of smoothing transitions between color fields within an image. Anti-aliasing is used in digital photography, computer graphics, digital audio, and many other applications…
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Questions about typefaces without serifs, or font-identification queries with like typefaces. Examples of sans serif typefaces are Arial, Helvetica, Verdana and Univers.
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Questions about Smart Objects—layers that contain image data from raster or vector images, such as Photoshop or Illustrator files. Smart Objects preserve an image’s source content with all its o…
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Questions regarding the design and creation process of website templates.
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Questions about the use of elements to represent, mimic or suggest an idea, an action or an object. In graphic design, this is usually visual objects, but can technically also include sound, words, nu…
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Questions about the tool present in image editing software. The pen gives direct control over Bézier curves by allowing the direct placement of anchor points and Bézier handles.
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Questions about creating scale or full-size models of a design or device. They are used for teaching, demonstration, design evaluation, promotion, and other purposes.
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Questions about the game development process of designing the content and rules of a game in the pre-production stage and design of gameplay, environment, storyline, and characters during production s…
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Questions about either learning or teaching graphic design.
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Questions about @font-face, a rule used in Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to specify fonts used for text. It allows font files on a server to be used, rather than just those on the user's device.
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Questions about the purposeful arrangement/organization of graphic and typographic elements regarding aspects of graphic properties (e.g. shape, size, color, texture, space), visual perception (e.g. …
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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 an edited collection of an artist's best artwork intended to showcase their style or method of work. A portfolio is used by artists to show employers their versatility by showing diffe…
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Questioons about 'raster' graphics images, or bitmaps, a dot matrix data structure representing a generally rectangular grid of pixels, or points of color, viewable via a monitor, paper, or other disp…
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Questions about user interfaces. The User Interface is the medium which the user interacts with.
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Questions about Microsoft's series of graphical interface operating systems.
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Questions about the method of rendering a visual element (text, image, drawing) "out of focus", wholly or partly.
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Questions about the creation of typefaces and storing them into font files.
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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 the different ways color can be quantified and indexed, like for example GRB, CMYK, Lab or HSB. Also applicable to questions about communicatin between different color spaces.
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Questions about the way objects appear based on spatial attributes: how objects relate to the observer.
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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 taking pictures with a camera.
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Questions about the variation of colour and shape in visual elements, text and illustrations, to define difference/sameness.
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Questions about the action of applying a colour, pattern or gradient within a defined area often defined by lines, strokes and/or borders.