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answered What is the difference between InDesign Paragraph composer and Single line composer?
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comment What do you call this word-image made of other words?
Calligram! What a beautiful word.
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answered InDesign - Create document from two text files side by side
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comment Standard placeholder text for a business card
Not a duplicate because it's another Stack, but a lot of the same information: writers.stackexchange.com/questions/8185/…
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comment A question about the readability of hanging indents in print
The width of the indent in your previous example was worse than the new one, but I think it's just what we're accustomed to seeing. Our eyes return to the left margin and then we have to keep skipping over that blank space to find the text again. Or the first line is waaaaaay over to the left. It's weird and disconcerting, and it makes the first word in each paragraph almost distracting as your eyes move quickly down the page.
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comment A question about the readability of hanging indents in print
yikes. that first example with the hanging indents is awful. I feel like I'm falling off the page each time I come back to the beginning of a line. I much prefer the second.
Aug
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comment How to open a multiple page PDF file as artboards in Illustrator CS6
This does work with CC15, fortunately for my sanity. Thank you, @CarlosCanto, for your plugin!
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comment Help with booklet design - images straddling pages
Ask your printer. Your printer may have very specific pre-press requirements, or may prefer to do the pre-press themselves.
Jul
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reviewed Reject What if client doesn't like any logo design concept?
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comment Copyright on free work
@DA01 that kind of restriction works for general illustration or photography, but not for a logo. I've never heard of restricting logo usage to one medium or one resolution only.
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answered What if client doesn't like any logo design concept?
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comment How to create a new glyph = letter + ogonek in InDesign
@Darth_Vader you make an excellent point; thank you.
Jul
21
revised Best practice to track procedural image creation?
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answered How legible is a right-aligned same-line header compared to a more conventional left-aligned separate-line?
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comment How legible is a right-aligned same-line header compared to a more conventional left-aligned separate-line?
Which is more important: the bulleted item/task, or the name of the person? If the point of the piece is the bulleted item, then that should go first. If your readers are looking for the names first because that's more important, then that needs to go first. (Presuming you're in a country where people read left to right.) It's only "equally legible" if you already know all the information. If you're trying to reference something, the item you are searching for should be more prominent.
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comment How legible is a right-aligned same-line header compared to a more conventional left-aligned separate-line?
Can you post a picture of a headline in more context? It's hard to judge from just the headline in isolation; we can't see the overall problem you're trying to solve.