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Dec
13
comment What subtle techniques can be used to make design look better overall?
I agree with all of these comments, except for maybe saying that all of these cause a "distraction" -- but if used improperly, sure, they could be. I was just providing myusuf3 with a quick preview of some things he can play around with and experiment with. I whipped this up in about 60 seconds and should be taken with a grain of salt.
Dec
12
comment Recommendations on how to synchronize Photoshop actions, swatches, etc. across computers
+1 for mentioning dropbox
Nov
21
comment How to convert grayscale bitmap to one CMYK color in Photoshop?
I made my answer more clear in the fact that this isn't designed for print. The original question made no mention of print and it is a perfectly valid way to add color to a grayscale image and my answer may help someone out in the future who doesn't care about printing. At the time my answer was perfectly valid and I'm not going to retract my answer just because the question was changed making my answer "poor advice." Down voting after the question's context has changed just doesn't make sense to me. The important answer is accepted and most voted on.
Nov
20
comment How to convert grayscale bitmap to one CMYK color in Photoshop?
Right, and it's not meant to be a solution for printers, your answer is much more qualified for that. The aim of my answer was to show how to use an exact hex-value color (or any other valued color) and easily blending it on top of something. I figure it'll help someone out in the future :)
Nov
20
comment How to create the effect shown in the attached picture in Photoshop?
Please don't include a "download" link, please link directly to the picture through an image sharing website such as imgur.
Nov
18
comment How and with what software was this image created with?
When in doubt, ctrl+u :)
Nov
18
comment How and with what software was this image created with?
I can't tell you what it's called, but I can tell you the the three images use the mouse coordinates to shift each image. They probably shift on a particular scale, meaning the first image moves x amount more than the second image, which moves x amount more than the third image.
Nov
18
comment How and with what software was this image created with?
The cubes were probably made in a 3-D program. But I'm far too inexperienced for any further insight.
Nov
16
comment Export photoshop layers to individual PNG files - batch process?
That is correct. Thanks for pointing that out. I'll try to develop a fix for that in the future. I appreciate the feedback!
Nov
15
comment Printing an 8ft X 4ft design
Vectors can be scaled forever, so no need to worry about the size.
Nov
8
comment How big should Photoshop canvas be? (Maintaining scalability)
I wouldn't say 300 ppi is a minimum suggested all the time -- it really depends on for what you're printing. A billboard would never use 300 ppi, it would be much much lower.
Nov
7
comment Illustrator: How to merge to circles and rectangle in illustrator from this sketch to make a blob?
Is my answer what you're looking for? If not, please explain your desired effect in more detail.
Nov
2
comment Merge different coloured shapes w/ illustrator CS5
If your own solution solved it, feel free to mark it as the right answer.
Nov
2
comment Zoom transition in PowerPoint
I would say that if you had the option to, use a different software. There's plenty of free software that allows you to create professional presentations that do things like this. In powerPoint I see no other way of doing it than using a group of animations.
Nov
2
comment Glossy buttons: what optical phenomena are they supposed to imitate?
My money would be on reflection. It's just supposed to make the button "pop" more.
Oct
14
comment How to add background color to text in Photoshop
Are you asking simply how to change the color of text in Photoshop?
Oct
2
comment Why JPEG files saved in my digital camera are higher size vs JPEG files saved in my computer?
My guess would be that computers are just better at compression (due to more resources and time availability) whereas Cameras just compress it a tiny bit to get it done. I'm very curious to see an answer to this question as well!
Sep
29
comment “placed” Photoshop images in Illustrator - blurry when saved as .pdf?
Have you tried importing your illustrator stuff into photoshop and saving as a PDF through there?
Sep
29
comment CS5 export layers as files no number sequence
Sounds more elegant. And as obvious as it may be, I'd like to mention that this is in fact changing the built-in script you should keep the old code around (both lines, unchanged -- just copy and paste the one you need to change). That way if you ever need the original functionality back you just swap out the two lines you comment out.
Sep
29
comment What materials should a web designer using Photoshop send to a developer?
If it's a one-off kind of deal make sure you get the source PSD.