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Questions about design elements on the sides or outlining other elements.
Questions about an edited collection of an artist's best artwork intended to showcase their style or method of work. A portfolio is used by artists to show employers their versatility by showing diffe…
Questions about intentional or unintentional appearance of the "lego" effect: clear visibility that the image consists of little squares.
Questions about Microsoft's series of graphical interface operating systems.
Questions about blending, the process of smoothly transitioning from one visual to another, or abrupt blends between image layers of a single visual
Questions about the use of illustrations to convey data. This is including but not limited to diagrams such as charts, maps, plots; and general graphics with underlying data.
Small programs automating certain tasks. For questions about script typefaces, use the script-typeface tag.
Questions about original images, captured or created, made available by the original artist for use in other projects, often through licensing arrangements.
Questions about the manual or automated process of redrawing an image from a bitmap to a vector object.
Questions about the purposeful arrangement/organization of graphic and typographic elements regarding aspects of graphic properties (e.g. shape, size, color, texture, space), visual perception (e.g. …
Questions about holistic human factors associated with the use of a product or service.
Questions about the action of creating an image and "cutting it up" with a slicing tool to use the separate elements for use in web applications.
A method of displaying and arranging data and/or information in rows and columns.
specifically related to the 2014 Creative Cloud versions of Adobe's suite of software.
Questions about the warping of visuals elements (photos, images, text...) whether it is to create a special effect, or to apply to a predetermined object.
Blend modes determine how the colors and opacity of layers and objects interact with others.
a visual effect consisting of drawing that looks like the shadow of an object, giving the impression that the object is raised above the objects behind it. The drop shadow is often us…
Questions about reducing a file's size by automated pattern recognition, and the resulting changes in image quality.
Questions about the size of type in a work, usually measured in points or pixels. Font size can be used to create hierarchy in the content and affects legibility.
Questions about the variation of colour and shape in visual elements, text and illustrations, to define difference/sameness.
Questions about the use of elements to represent, mimic or suggest an idea, an action or an object. In graphic design, this is usually visual objects, but can technically also include sound, words, nu…
Questions about preferred methods of achieving an effect or other result. Using best practices may affect, amongst others, compatibility, degradation, and usability.
Questions about the use of black. In print, black can have different appearances depending on the actual inks used.
Questions about a utility in Adobe InDesign that can be used to apply a style or template to a subsequent set of pages.
Questions about managing different font files, and about software to enable such management.
Questions about the game development process of designing the content and rules of a game in the pre-production stage and design of gameplay, environment, storyline, and characters during production s…
Questions about functionalities that add editable, pre-programmed effects and styles to different layers or objects in an image file. Usually refers to Photoshop's layer styles, like drop shadow, embo…
an element of writing: an individual mark on a written medium that contributes to the meaning of what is written.
Questions about designs that adapt to the size of the viewing device.
Questions about both the aesthetics of creating pleasing "wrapping" and the technical skills involved in making a package which "works" for a product. Usually refers to product packaging.