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comment “Grand grimoire effect” in photoshop
@phyrfox that's a very different aesthetic, though. I'd argue that when given the choice, the analog solution is often the easiest, and typically produces the desired results quicker. Yes, you may waste a half dozen sheets of paper. I encourage people to recycle.
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comment “Grand grimoire effect” in photoshop
@phyrfox how is it more/less environmentally unfriendly than a fax? Regardless, a fax is a very different aesthetic
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comment How is color used in document design?
@SeanAllred it's just a really broad topic. Color is a fundamental building block of nearly any design. I think the only succinct way to answer it is that color is used as a potential solution when there's a need to communicate something visually.
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comment What image type and resolution is ideal for a logo inside of a Android Mobile Application?
If your image is 100px wide, for a 2x screen, you'd need a version that is 200px wide. For a 3x screen, 300px wide, etc.
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comment Most efficient way to adapt current mockups to different devices and resolutions
But to answer your question, no, there is no quick way to do this--which is exactly why doing prototyping inside of Photoshop isn't ideal. :)
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comment Most efficient way to adapt current mockups to different devices and resolutions
Ninety PSDs!? I'm afraid you've enabled management to expect this type of workflow. Alas, this is a really bad way to go about it. A PSD is simply not an app. And you're just digging a deeper hole. As soon as you can, get out of Photoshop and into actual prototyping.
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comment What image type and resolution is ideal for a logo inside of a Android Mobile Application?
There is no 'ideal' size other than make sure you use it at actual size in your app. If your logo is 538px wide, make sure it's 538 pixels wide in your app. If you need to support retina and other high-resolution screens, be sure to accommodate that as well.
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comment How is color used in document design?
This seems to be way too broad of a question.
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comment “Grand grimoire effect” in photoshop
Some people have made an entire career with this technique: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Chantry
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answered How can a popular free site with minimal budget obtain quality UI/UX design support?
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comment How can a popular free site with minimal budget obtain quality UI/UX design support?
Not sure a $5 UI design is any better than no UI design. :)
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answered “Grand grimoire effect” in photoshop
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comment should I give client more logo options?
You walk away with the lesson learnt that you ask for 50% up front.
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comment Are there any sites which provide feedback for logo designs?
Some (as do I) would argue that there's a big difference between criticism and critique in the context of reviewing other's work. That said, a professional designer (or artist of any sort) should have thick enough skin that when they ask for feedback, that they take it as it is. And I'd argue a good peer critique is highly valuable. Being able to critique your own work is certainly important, but so is getting quality feedback from others, IMHO.
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comment Critique: Logo for a food company
It feels haphazard. Can you explain the intent of the overlapping shapes? In terms of legibility, the lower F gets a bit lost.
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comment Is math needed for graphic design?
You need as much math as most any non math-centric profession
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answered How to make logo more 3D while flat?
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comment How to make logo more 3D while flat?
@Claudio so are you wanting the 3D to enhance the cube aspect?
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comment Should I include experiences as a freelancer on a resume? If so, how?
@Scott I kind of agree, but kind of don't. There are so many decent ways to host your portfolio for free that I don't think it's, in and of itself, a poor reflection. In many cases, it's somewhat expected that one would have a Dribbble account or Behance or the like.