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graphic and interface designer, degree in industrial design


Feb
25
comment Paste into specific artboard
Yes its a bit confusing. An object can span from art board to artboard. An dartboards can actually overlap. In this case I think the "higher one" (in the artboard list) gets selected. Think of artboards like slices that can overlap.
Feb
24
comment Paste into specific artboard
Unless I am misunderstanding you; the align to artboard only works for the current artboard it is on.
Feb
24
comment Paste into specific artboard
Change it to what really? The artboard you are working on will be highlighted. The only impart this has is that the rulers change. You can fix that by using the global rulers.
Feb
22
comment What kind is this background called and where to find more?
I think it's called "pattern background"
Feb
22
comment how to combine two objects using path finder in illustrator?
You circled "subtract paths". Is that not what you want to achieve?
Feb
14
comment What is this design style called in which lots of simple polygons make up an image?
Of course it's based on cubism. But I just would not have called it that as it is just different and only based on it.
Feb
13
comment What is this design style called in which lots of simple polygons make up an image?
yes and no :) Visually I feel you are correct. But cubism has this concept of merging objects and surrounding into one. So the geometric aspect can be used as inspiration but the style shown is certainly more of a "polygonal" one. Searching for "polygonal design" certainly turns up results like the one in the question.
Feb
13
comment Export Photoshop swatch sheet to a human-readable document
I added the steps form the linked website. Just in case the link goes dead.
Feb
10
comment CS6 Illustrator: join two differenty sized lines, maintaining individual stroke Weight
How would you want the transition to look like? Just a "step" between them? One option might be the with tool to make a smooth transition. But if you want two lines to be completely different I see no option but to not join them. What benefits would you have from joining them anyway if they are supposed to appear different?
Feb
8
comment Applying stroke to path in Illustrator moves the path.
So basically what Jin said in 2011?
Feb
7
comment How to do this half bright face effect for portraits?
What have you tried?
Feb
5
comment Illustrator CS5: Font Transparency in Shape Layer
Good Idea, I'll add it.
Feb
4
comment What is the actual value of vector graphics as opposed to raster?
No, but you can create any PNG size from a vector source.
Feb
4
comment Favicon Best Practices 2014
Last Years news but: stackoverflow.com/questions/19029342/…. Any reason those won't cover your needs?
Feb
2
comment Best way to export a Job application to a client for easy editing
Yes I wouldn't show an indesign layout to a client either if I have to deliver in word. But being used to draft in indesign I would start there to get a basis I am looking for.
Feb
1
comment Best way to export a Job application to a client for easy editing
You are not. But this goes for a lot of specialized software. Making something that you can then edit without the software it created will be a hassle in any field.
Feb
1
comment Best way to export a Job application to a client for easy editing
You'll have to make it in word if you want to preserve editing. Indesign is for final layouts really. It helps to make a indesign draft though and then try to match that in my experience.
Feb
1
comment How to keep Photoshop history snapshots?
That's what I meant :)
Jan
31
comment How to keep Photoshop history snapshots?
I thought the original question was about history. So I just wanted your answer to be clear.
Jan
31
comment How to keep Photoshop history snapshots?
I thonk you should das that Layer comps are a workflow where you keep version of backgrounds. It does not actually have a history.