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reviewed Excellent Use fill/stroke with rounded rectangle that only has 3 sides in photoshop?
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reviewed Satisfactory How to change patterns in a clip with an alpha matte version
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reviewed Excellent Is there a metric for “apparent” chroma?
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reviewed Excellent Group paths into fillable objects/Join open paths in Illustrator?
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reviewed Excellent Is there a way to script InDesign to read the EXIF information of a photo?
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reviewed Satisfactory Layout with Tables - Hierarchy
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reviewed Excellent How would I know how good of a designer I am?
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reviewed Excellent How do I create a look & feel?
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answered How to copy layers from one Photoshop document to another?
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reviewed Reviewed Looking to find how to make this type of 2D animation
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comment Looking to find how to make this type of 2D animation
Welcome to Graphic Design. I think it might be worth including a screenshot of the video in your post should the video be removed for whatever reason. Also, are you looking to apply this effect to a still image or motion graphics?
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comment Designing interesting looking websites in greyscale, minimal tones
Interesting point about the usability aspect of a black and white website. Unlike when confronted with a photo, poster painting, etc, you're just mostly staring at it.
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comment Designing interesting looking websites in greyscale, minimal tones
Excellent answer, exactly the information I needed to find the best approach to this kind of design work.
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accepted Designing interesting looking websites in greyscale, minimal tones
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comment Designing interesting looking websites in greyscale, minimal tones
@DA01 true, but grayscale is sometimes associated with boring or lacking life, how do you make that more 'interesting'? Grayscale is sometimes associated with outdated, like tv and print before colour was invented or outdated like the minimalism trends of the 2000s. What greyscale design would reflect 2013?