When I began learning these programs I started with books. Photoshop for dummies, Photoshop- the missing manual, Scott Kelby's Photoshop training books, and many more. These are probably all still available but now it seems there is no need for books as so much is available online.These books can give you good basic information and they can be a good ...
While some of the books you'll want to check out here, and I think there are ample resources online to learn Photoshop / Illustrator.
Are there any textbooks/works on Graphic Design that are objectively seen as the best?
Method 1: Use Missing Font Window
Click on the "Notifications" button at the top right side of the window
Click on "Missing Fonts"
You can see the list of missing fonts and their full name here
Method 2: Use Third-party Plugin
Download Fontily Plugin from here
Unzip and install the plugin
Click on Plugins -> Fontily -> "...
I'm a big fan of UXPin and pro advocate of it. Everyone at their HQ probably knows me as it's co-founder Kamil told me!
I really feel sad when other stereotypical tools get more attention than the powerful one like UXPin.
Here is my personal analysis of why it's not as famous as it should be:
Poor pricing plans(Practically a no "Free stuff")
As a ...
Have been a big fan of UXPin over the years but not using for all projects now and here are the reasons why - ie the downsides of UXPin.
Unhelpful pricing / team plans. Unless you buy Enterprise plan (unknown / expensive price) you cannot add team members but limit them to only seeing certain projects. This is ridiculous as a freelancer or small agency is ...