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Questions about white or negative space in a design. White space is the portion of a page left unmarked: margins, gutters, and space between columns, lines of type, graphics, figures, or objects drawn…
Questions about managing different font files, and about software to enable such management.
Questions regarding designing for Apple's iPhone OS.
Questions about the progression of activities that result in the creation of distinctive design solutions.
Questions about LaTeX, the document markup and typesetting tool commonly used in academia. LaTeX is used to lay out scientific articles and theses.
CINEMA 4D is a proprietary 3D software created by Maxon Computer company. CINEMA 4D Studio's character tools make it easy to create character rigs and advanced character animations. Adding hair or fur…
Text wrap is a facility in word processing that allows text to surround embedded features such as pictures.
Questions about visual representation of data and information in two dimensions. "Diagram" is a wide term; it includes illustrations, tables, graphs, charts, plots, maps.
Isometric is a category of 3D projections where the three coordinate axes appear equally foreshortened.
A printing method that uses a fine mesh and blocking stencils to allow ink to seep through in certain areas. Also called silkscreen, serigraphy, and serigraph printing.
Questions about crafting a few individual letters, not necessarily a whole typeface. Typically, this is done in for example logo design, graffiti and calligraphy.
A free and open source 3D modelling/content creation software. Note that there is a StackExchange site for blender at http://blender.stackexchange.com.
A 3D modelling program developed by Trimble Navigation, Ltd. Previously known as Google SketchUp.
For questions about increasing, decreasing or finding out more information about the levels of magnification within a software application.
Images without colour information, displayed only in black, white and varying shades of gray.
Questions about the small lines attached to the end of a stroke in a letter or symbol, such as when writing is separated into distinct glyphs for a typewriter or typesetter. A typeface with serifs is …
Questions about capturing the content of what is visible on screen, either entirely or a partial view. Also called screen dump.
Questions regarding the design and creation process of website templates.
Questions about creating patterns by repeating an image.
Questions about how to create, expand, and maintain a visual identity for a company or brand.
Japanese is an Asian language with a writing system more complicated than the Latin alphabet. Of Chinese origin, it uses two syllabaries and one ideograph script, possibly all in the same sentence.
A method for creating the illusion of gradients consisting of one colour, by increasing or decreasing number of small dots. Also described as raster in print production.
Imagemagick is a cross-operating-system bitmap manipulation software package, run from commandline and programmable through a variety of programming languages.
Google Inc. is an American multinational corporation specializing in Internet-related services and products. These include search, cloud computing, software, and online advertising technologies. Most …
Questions about making file sizes as small as possible, balancing with quality. Optimization ensures fast loading of the file, important for web use, especially mobile.
Questions about initial design roughs. A sketch is not meant to be the end result of a design or piece of art. It is a quick, often conceptual outline to demonstrate an idea, shape or process.
Questions about two-dimensional images or animations that are integrated into a larger scene. Initially including just graphical objects handled separately from the memory bitmap of a video display, t…
Questions about OpenType, i.e., OTF files and OpenType-flavoured TTF files
Questions about elements mimicking the idea of physical world function of something that can be "pressed", i.e. clicked/tapped.
referring to single characters such as single letters, ligatures, font elements and typographers ornaments.
A simplified version of Adobe's Photoshop CS, targeted at hobbyists and consumers.