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@marcedwards on Twitter. Director and Lead Designer at Bjango. Host of the Iterate podcast with @reneritchie and @sethclifford. Author of the Bjango articles. Occasional writer for Smashing Magazine.


Apr
16
answered Geometrically correct line drawnings: curves, angles, cusps and other edges
Apr
15
awarded  Revival
Mar
14
answered Exporting Layers to Files Without Losing the Effects in Photoshop CS6
Mar
7
answered What font does Apple use for printed document?
Mar
2
awarded  Yearling
Feb
20
answered How to create a printable 2-page CV in Photoshop
Feb
18
answered Designing a UI for Programmers to Use
Feb
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on “Paste Into” tool not working
Feb
17
comment How to create a printable 2-page CV in Photoshop
I think you'd be far better served by designing your CV in the word processor, InDesign, Illustrator, or pretty much anything that's not Photoshop. :D It's not really intended for this task.
Feb
6
answered Gradient white lines in .eps file
Feb
6
answered Photoshop CS6 Colors Look Terrible!
Feb
5
comment Stacking Images Using Photoshop
+1 on this solution. Make sure you take note of the values on the skew (in the options bar at the top of your screen), so you can repeat the process for all images and make them match perfectly.
Feb
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on user-experience tag wiki excerpt
Feb
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on user-experience tag wiki
Jan
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to make a picture look like it's torn off?
Jan
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I change RGB value without changing the Alpha channel?
Jan
31
revised Blurred Stroke on Circles in Photoshop
added 340 characters in body
Jan
31
answered Blurred Stroke on Circles in Photoshop
Jan
29
answered How to copy a vector mask to another layer in photoshop cs6?
Jan
24
comment How do I put a photograph inside the letters of a word (like Zero Dark Thirty)?
Command-click definitely works, but results in a bitmap selection, making future edits a little harder and lossless scaling impossible, which is why I've kept the example above as vector shapes... which may not matter, depending on the application.