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graphic and interface designer, degree in industrial design


Jun
20
comment How to create a fading effect on the border of an object, with illustrator
Other than what?
Jun
20
comment How to create a fading effect on the border of an object, with illustrator
Do you mean an outer glow?
Jun
16
comment What's the difference between 72ppi and 300ppi?
Related answer about the pixel density: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/9105/…
Jun
16
comment My Screenshoots are “too light” for printing
It will depend on the images you use. There is no one-size-fits all. Others have suggested how to do this and I agree with them. What I showed you is how to make the result measurable. Otherwise you'd be flying blind.
Jun
15
comment reasoning behind black and white color scheme of perfume sites
Actually, the black in cars has more to do with it's reflectiveness. The better the curvature of the surface, the more you want to show it off. And black really does that for you.
Jun
14
comment My Screenshoots are “too light” for printing
I merely opened your file in Acrobat to show the colors used and that they in fact might be too light.
Jun
13
comment My Screenshoots are “too light” for printing
I have to disagree with the close vote. This is an issue I have seen before. Basically, not enough color is applied. While there usually is a maximum of color (300%), they seem to have a minimum. But this is determined by the printer, not the publisher. And it is something you have control over to change.
Jun
9
comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
That's mostly the point of 3D software. I would simply look into tutorials for your software. If you have issues turning 2D plans into 3D in 3Dmax I suspect you'll run into the same issues in another software.
Jun
9
comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
That's quite a call. I would test it at least before investing that much money into software. (Unless money is not an issue, then knock yourself out ;) )
Jun
9
comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
The bigger issue you are going to have (assuming ou are talking about a paper plan) is tracing the plan. It all depends on the complexity of your "part". But that goes for 2D as well as for the 3D.
Jun
9
comment What technique is used to create these image based icons?
"photoshop, mask, image, vector" might give more results. e.g.: dummies.com/how-to/content/…
Jun
9
comment What program can I use to convert a 2D industrial design plan to 3D model?
Literally every 3D programm fits that description. One thing you need to do to narrow it down is look into file handling. 2D is not a format. So find out what output formats you have and then look for the 3D software that can handle it.
May
30
comment What are good alternatives to adobe software (InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator)?
Have you tried alternativeto.net? That's sometimes a good starting point. Have you tried google? You surely can't be the first person asking this question.
May
19
comment Better image compression by combining images?
A sprite sheet is often used as it only loads one file. Also, it's easier to maintain. But I doubt it has much to do with image compression.
May
18
comment Simple Line Fading Away At Both Ends
I agree it is the simplest way. But if you ever change your mind (or the client does), you have to do it over and over again. So why not learn it how to do it properly from the start?
May
18
comment Simple Line Fading Away At Both Ends
Yes. The fading out edges can be done in non-destructive layer styles. While erasing is a destructive workflow. Meaning you can't tweak it later.
May
18
comment Simple Line Fading Away At Both Ends
While you were able to reproduce the proposed picture, I would like to add that using the eraser is not always very precise (and I haven't used it in 10 years myself). Changing the transparency later is just a lot easier with layer styles.
May
13
comment InDesign: Is there any way to lock all the styles (paragraph and character) and master pages and keep all of them in a master document only?
I don't want that. That's a straw man argument. But sophisticated layout software has its focus on editing, not on locking it. I am not you so I can't talk to your designers. But moving text boxes off grid is bad designing. So I still believe it's a designer error and not a software error. Either way, I don't know of a way to lock down InDesign. I can only tell you what I expect from designers I work with and how I would solve it.
May
13
comment InDesign: Is there any way to lock all the styles (paragraph and character) and master pages and keep all of them in a master document only?
You have explained your reasons. It's not that I don't understand them. The situation is just that software designed to give designers freedom can't just be locked down. It would defeat its purpose. And the effort would certainly be greater than talking to your designers for 15min.
May
8
comment Help me recreate this text effect
I think it would help to state what you have tried so far and what you have problems with. Or maybe also provide an image of it and not only of the desired result. As it stands it sounds like a tutorial request, which is not the purpose here (and there are plenty tutorials on the web about specifically this).