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Nondestructive Editing – An Adobe Workflow Every Designer Should Have!

Nondestructive Editing – An Adobe Workflow Every Designer Should Have!

Developing a Nondestructive Editing workflow in Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator will save you valuable time

I have been training Adobe software for over 10 years now and I am also a production graphic artist on the side. One thing that never changes, for students or myself, is the need to save time when working on projects. A phrase...
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SIZING ELEMENTS IN RESPONSIVE WEB DESIGN– PART THREE

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Part Three: Working with Spacing Elements

This is the LAST thing I do to a webpage layout. Mainly because it’s a waste of time doing it before all of your content has been placed. Spacing is a lot of work and you don’t want to have to do it twice… (If you can help it) In my first two blog posts, I talked about using the 3...
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Sizing Elements in Responsive Web Design

Part One: Sizing containers

container_sizing_header This topic is the one that sends Designers spinning, mainly because… dun dun dun daaaaaaan… math is involved. In my HTML5 classes I give the following tips to make the process of assigning a size, to a responsive webpage element, go smoothly. The assumption is you have a basic understanding of how to work in HTML and CSS. These tips will work for...
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