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graphic and interface designer, degree in industrial design


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Apr
15
comment Designing websites
Hello Matt. Book recommendations are asked often here, did you try searching older questions? There are many great suggestions already posted.
Apr
15
comment Export HUGE png/tiff/pdf from SVG
There are many SVG to PDF online converters, have you tried those?
Apr
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to create this effect with lines in Photoshop or Illustrator?
Apr
15
answered How to create this effect with lines in Photoshop or Illustrator?
Apr
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to create a global style? (like drop shadow)
Apr
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to fill a shape in photoshop and avoid white lines
Apr
14
comment Any books on actual how-to of logo design?
The practice really is drawing the space around the object instead of the object itself. You simply subtract a shape from it's surroundings. I don't think you will find a book on just that as the execution is the same as drawing anything else. I think Wikipedia puts it quite well: "The use of negative space is a key element of artistic composition". So there you have it. It's all about composition. No magic tricks here.
Apr
14
answered Any books on actual how-to of logo design?
Apr
1
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Merging two anchor points of the same path in Illustrator
Apr
1
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to explain to a client that their logo is incredibly poor
Mar
22
answered How to create a common app design (PSD) for mobile iPad and Android?
Mar
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on A good monospace, condensed and open-source typeface?
Mar
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Color Picker in Photoshop is wrong
Mar
18
comment Move design from Photoshop to Illustrator for printing
InDesign is just the first choice for setting up print layouts. You don't have to use it as Illustrator can export PDFs for print just the same. It just gets complicated if you want to go multi-page. Basically, if it's a one time thing, stick with Illustrator. If you want to learn print layout it wouldn't hurt learning InDesign. The basics for Adobe products are the same, so the switch shouldn't be too hard.
Mar
18
answered Move design from Photoshop to Illustrator for printing
Mar
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on The default fore- and background colors are reversed, how do I undo that?
Mar
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on When I create an arrow in Sketch and enlarge it, the tail bursts out of the arrow
Mar
5
answered How to change Adobe Illustrator CC's pixel to inch ratio?
Mar
5
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to explain to a client that their logo is incredibly poor