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Nov
29
revised What is this circle technique called?
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Nov
28
comment Adobe Creative Suite alternative
Oh yeah, I forgot about Serif. I've heard they're not bad for the price (never tried it though).
Nov
28
comment Adobe Creative Suite alternative
Corel do have at least one CS-like suite, but their website is so bad I personally couldn't tell you anything about it even though I tried to look into it a few months ago... I eventually gave up in disgust. I remember there were two Photoshop-like programs and I couldn't figure out the difference.
Nov
27
answered New Trend In Typo Blod or Thin
Nov
26
comment What is the Font of the word 'BEST' on the magazine cover?
Looks like they might have used as a base a lighter variant of whatever the "THE ... ISSUE ... STOCKS THAT YIELD" font is, then traced it and adjusted it, copying, pasting and merging the added embellishments. The proportions look quite similar (taking into account that the non-modified version is bolder).
Nov
26
comment Is it OK to use a smaller font size for credentials that come after someone's name on a business card?
I don't know about standard conventions, but if you wanted a way to make them smaller without it looking like you're implying they aren't important, small caps might work. While looking for an example I saw this thread on an almost identical topic on Typophile, might help
Nov
26
comment What Fonts Complement Walkway?
For a font that's "formal and stylistic to me, and nostalgic of the 1920's" (so classic and slightly unobtrusively art deco?) and suitable for body text (i.e. high readability), browsing fonts similar to Avant Garde might be a good place to start. A font like Walkway can work in short snippets like headings, but the uneven letter spacing might make it tiring and effortful to read long paragraphs of it.
Nov
26
revised What Fonts Complement Walkway?
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Nov
25
answered How to graphically represent customer flow in indoor environments?
Nov
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Example of “technology trade”
Nov
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to graphically represent customer flow in indoor environments?
Nov
22
comment New generation of Save icon that is not a “disk”?
Nice... but 'Load' looks a bit like 'Share' - like you're pushing it out into the wider world. Maybe if the arrow was straight up or up-left, it would be more like you're loading it for your own use?
Nov
22
revised Using my pen tablet, how do I make it so when I draw, the line width varies more artistically? Very static right now
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Nov
22
answered Using my pen tablet, how do I make it so when I draw, the line width varies more artistically? Very static right now
Nov
21
comment Similar plugin to GuideGuide for illustrator
It's worth adding that you need to show rulers (cmd-d) first, and then to select the guides to set exact co-ordinates, you need to untick View > Guides > Lock guides
Nov
21
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Nov
20
comment When should I use SVG or SVGZ for my web graphics?
If it works, it'll cut file size down quite a lot. This might be useful if you're using interactivity on something complex - e.g. a very detailed SVG world map that is zoomable. The z means gzip compression which is used to cut down file size and pretty much nothing else.
Nov
20
comment When should I use SVG or SVGZ for my web graphics?
It looks like it might be partly a web server configuration issue setting .svgz to be served up using the right MIME type, see stackoverflow.com/questions/16725380/svgz-doesnt-display . Personally I always use Raphael.js for SVG/vector graphics on the web because I need IE8 support
Nov
19
revised What should be considered when using very thin lines on a print piece?
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Nov
19
revised What should be considered when using very thin lines on a print piece?
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