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Feb
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answered What's a good source of color palettes to provide to a color-blind user?
Feb
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answered Cropping a JPEG in Photoshop CS2
Feb
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answered Learning to draw: start in the pen and paper realm or the digital space?
Feb
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answered Is there a way in Adobe Creative Suite to “share palettes/swatches” across programs?
Feb
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answered Can I use portions of stock images for derivative works?
Feb
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comment Good color palette, usable for the color blind.
@Lauren: Well, you can't be too careful when designing UIs for your evil lair...
Feb
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answered Good color palette, usable for the color blind.
Feb
14
answered What special requirements need to be considered for outdoor banners?
Feb
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comment Well designed layout examples of a “step-by-step tutorial” publication
The Dubin book is - particularly when you remember who the intended audience is. If you're looking for a more graphics - oriented book Ching's "Architectural Graphics" has been teaching architecture students how to draft for decades. It's got probably the best method for teaching perspective drawing I've ever seen. Philip Regan was absolutely correct - who's your intended audience?
Feb
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answered Recommendation to learn css
Feb
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answered What special considerations are there for printing on 'flag' signage?
Feb
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answered Services and resources for creating Android icon(s)
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Feb
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answered Well designed layout examples of a “step-by-step tutorial” publication
Feb
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answered Photoshop: How to save only the masked area of an edited photograph?
Feb
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answered What digitizer stylus would most naturally replicate the range of touch between a mechanical pencil and a Uniball micro-point?
Feb
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answered Would Using An External Hard Drive As Scratch Disk in Illustrator Help?
Feb
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answered What layout and interface elements work well for a control panel-style app?
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Feb
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comment Making a business card. Any advice?
@lauren: you're right in that too much color can easily get out of hand, but if your logo depends on multiple colors it might cause more problems to try and redesign to fit the two-color rule. I also like to try and keep the colors to a minimum - one color for most of the design and one as an accent. Then again, if your logo depends on multiple colors it may not scale well at all (and thus end up looking like clown vomit) so that's something else to take into account.