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Saving images for web with text

At my work I create assets for web. We have been saving images that are 686 x 391 px. I’ve noticed that the quality of images with text isn’t as good. Is there a recommended size for images with text ...
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Which image format to use for IMPORTED images while creating web design assets

Very basic questions, but I still do not have a clear understanding on it. Let's say that I need to create web assets (banners, social media posts, etc.) and I need to import product pictures and ...
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Do Stats or polls exist for the preferred style of website design?

I am looking for stats or polls that show what viewers like in a website design. I have seen stats about what browsers are commonly used, but I have not run across any statistics or polls to answer ...
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Is there an ISO or similar recognized standard for Icons?

I had this question popping out while viewing some ISO standards such as ISO 9142. I searched a little but couldn't find an explicit ISO standard that is specifically for Computer Icons. So, has ...
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How can I determine if my color QR code is reliably readable?

I developed this QR code for my business, and I went with a gray/pink color pallete rather than black and white for aesthetics. Based on my experimenting with my monitor (iMac) and QR reading app (...
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What are the standard sizes for social sharing buttons?

I need to create a sharing button such as the one of Twitter. Are there any standard sizes I should use for it? (Edit: I'm developing a sharing service)
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Can FontLab edit and output a webfont without losing data?

A font vendor who shall remain nameless sold me a webfont under the premise that all modern browsers would support switching the old style figures to lining figures without any trouble. Well, by "all ...