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Mar
23
comment Apply a brush on a path in Photoshop CS6
Hello. There is actually an abundance of tutorial that you can find using Google. Do you have a problem with a specific step? What have you tried so far?
Mar
18
comment Advice on website flow and feel
The main difference apart from being different in layout is background foreground contrast. I have answered a similar question here: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/a/10647/5000
Mar
12
comment How to align “text” like groups in photoshop?
You can make new copies of smart objects that do not affect the original. So you can duplicate, type out all the text you want and see if it works. But either way I would extract the source and reproduce the layer style so the text becomes editable (if possible).
Mar
9
comment Tracing an S-shaped logo in Illustrator
True, but what he might be missing is that it can more easily be reproduced than traced. The choice of tool or technique should never be dictated.
Mar
9
comment how to create realistic powder/flour text effect
Please don't make separate questions before trying to achieve the effect yourself first. Focus on one, then update this question with your results for feedback and help. Good luck.
Mar
6
comment Connecting dots on Illustrator
I think this is just a photo...
Mar
6
comment How to align “text” like groups in photoshop?
Stupid question: if all the layers are text layers, why not just use only one and type out all the letters?
Feb
28
comment Color Differences between monitors and print
Every monitor in the world will display it differently. Unless you gain access to all, there is nothing you can do.
Feb
22
comment What characteristics are common to well-designed and well-formatted textbooks?
Feel free to improve my answer
Feb
21
comment What characteristics are common to well-designed and well-formatted textbooks?
There is a reason actually, if you flip through a book you catch the chapters as the left pages are on the bottom.
Feb
21
comment Align circles in diagonal corners
That's not how it works. You make a guide to create a shape, not add the guide later. That't why it fits perfectly, because it was there to help create the shape.
Feb
15
comment Why is the asset I make in Sketch 3 slightly blurred?
In this specific case that you should make the assets separately in each resolution you are using them in. But "pixel-perfect" is a term you should search on this site or google as it it way too broad for one comment to explain.
Feb
12
comment Why is the asset I make in Sketch 3 slightly blurred?
then you should make the asset pixel-perfect for each resolution.
Feb
12
comment Why is the asset I make in Sketch 3 slightly blurred?
No that would have the same result. You should reconsider your concept. If you MUST have 1px retina assets then you should make the asset pixel-perfect for each resolution.
Feb
10
comment How can we talk about the “resolution” of a JPEG file?
Sort of, but why would that constitute a file has a resolution? It is simply displayed at a certain amount of pixel per physical length.
Feb
8
comment Rotate position with Photoshop animate
A quick fix: make the segment a smart object as big as the background, e.g. by adding an invisible layer when creating the smart object. Then foreground and background have the same center.
Feb
6
comment How can 120*160mm be a “landscape” format?
I have actually read the opposite as well "always give the bigger number first" but as with all the other conventions I see no real point in it.
Feb
5
comment How can 120*160mm be a “landscape” format?
As I found out, there is more than one convention. This will take some research.
Feb
2
comment How to create a template for UI elements?
I am pretty convinced that this simply means to make empty buttons and forms, unlike the labeled ones in a mockup. And perhaps, as shown in the screenshot, save them separately from the mockup PSD.
Feb
2
comment How can 120*160mm be a “landscape” format?
No, your client simply didn't put width before height. Simply a common error.