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I spend most of my time working on Start Mission, a project management and invoicing system.


Jun
23
asked Exact slice size of slice tool
Apr
22
comment Instructions to give a print designer looking to use non-system fonts for websites
I haven't communicated that back to them because some people have told me there are some fonts that are meant for the web, and others aren't. When i look at the fonts that were designed "for the web", I agree something about it makes it more ledgeable and pleasant. I dont understand the "science" behind what makes a font more suitable for the web, so i'm unable to articulate it to the client.
Apr
21
comment Instructions to give a print designer looking to use non-system fonts for websites
the designers create a psd file that has many layers/folders. Each layer depicts a particular page of a website. I receive the PSD file and code the HTML, CSS and Javascript to create webpages depicted in the PSD files. The designers are not happy with the quality of fonts that appear on the html pages I create. They complain that the fonts on the web are not as smooth, or the letter spacing needs be half a pixel smaller (not possible in CSS) etc...
Apr
20
comment Instructions to give a print designer looking to use non-system fonts for websites
thanks, i'm only interested in the first issue, which is the font. I used sites like fonts.com and myfonts.com. But some fonts don't render nicely depending on which OS you're in. As example, the "Have a Nice Day Font" looks rougher in windows than mac. And then some fonts from myfonts.com that look great in photoshop, just look terrible on the web because we dont have enough control over hte tracking or line height, which a print designer is so use to having. So back to my original question..how to instruct print designers on the science of web font selection?
Apr
19
awarded  Editor
Apr
19
revised Instructions to give a print designer looking to use non-system fonts for websites
added 455 characters in body
Apr
19
asked Instructions to give a print designer looking to use non-system fonts for websites
Dec
19
awarded  Student
Dec
19
awarded  Scholar
Dec
19
comment How to find the source of a stock photo?
Both google images and tineye are such useful tools! Thanks a lot guys!
Dec
19
accepted How to find the source of a stock photo?
Dec
19
awarded  Supporter
Dec
19
comment How to find the source of a stock photo?
i had to crop it out of a jpeg. The jpeg was called OPC.PNG (it was renamed so i don't know the oriignal filename)
Dec
19
asked How to find the source of a stock photo?