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Beautiful

Oct 25, 2014 9:21 AM
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Sites We Like: Recyling is Sexy & A Ban Against Neglect

Oct 24, 2014 9:21 PM
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With a focus on renewable resources and recycling, we’re leaving the planet in better shape with this week’s Sites We Like. Recyclingis.sexy Gothic Open Shaded makes for powerful opening text on the landing page at recyclingis.sexy. Made by the Wood Type Revival team, Gothic Open Shaded originated as a 19th-century woodtype; its original designers probably couldn’t have imagined that change-on-hover effect. Nimbus Sans is used for the headers throughout, and JAF Lapture appears further down on the page in subheads. A Ban Against Neglect A Ban Against Neglect is a non-profit that empowers young women in Ghana through the sale (translate)

Video Tutorial – Adding Textures to Photographs in Photoshop CC

Oct 24, 2014 1:20 PM
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I’m sorry, I completely forgot to blog about this! I was asked to make another guest appearance on the Photoshop Playbook series, so here’s a short tutorial on how to add textures to photographs (both locally as well as selectively) in Photoshop.  I hope it’s helpful! (translate)

Yesterday

Oct 23, 2014 11:21 PM
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September 2014 Extensible Web Summit

Oct 23, 2014 5:21 PM
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A month ago I attended the second Extensible Web Summit, held this time in Berlin. I blogged about the first one back in April. Hopefully we’ll see more of these events in the future. All of the sessions were collaboratively minuted, so you can read through the notes and see what was discussed. What is... (translate)

Adobe Central Pro Output Server and Adobe Web Output Customers: Migration Coming Soon

Oct 23, 2014 5:20 PM
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While batch and on demand printing capabilities have matured, many organizations find themselves facing new challenges serving an increasingly mobile and Web-centric world. Consumers and citizens want the same engaging experience in their business transactions that they get in their … Continue reading → (translate)

Overscroling Documents in Photoshop CC 2014

Oct 23, 2014 1:20 PM
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The ability to “Overscroll” in Photoshop is extremely useful new feature in Photoshop CC 2014 – especially when free transforming images. Overscrolling enables an image that is smaller than the application frame to be repositioned within the application frame. In the example below, I’ve dragged and dropped a very large image onto a smaller document. Because the […] (translate)

Updated Flash Player 15 and AIR 15 betas available on Adobe Labs

Oct 22, 2014 11:21 PM
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Updated Flash Player 15 and AIR 15 betas, code named Market, are now available on Adobe Labs. This beta release includes new features as well as enhancements and bug fixes related to security, stability, performance, and device compatibility for Flash Player 15 and AIR 15. Learn more about Adobe AIR 15 beta Download Adobe AIR […] (translate)

Save and Save As States now Recorded in History Panel in Photoshop CC 2014

Oct 22, 2014 9:20 PM
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In Photoshop CC 2014, when you save a document (or Save As), the command will be  added as a state in the History panel in case you want to access it after making additional changes. Just remember, the number of history states (listed in the History panel) depend on setting in your preferences (Preferences > […] (translate)

Creating a type style guide

Oct 22, 2014 7:28 PM
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As the makers of Paper for iPad, FiftyThree does some great work that has always impressed me — so I was pretty excited to work with them when they asked for some help cleaning up the type styles on their marketing website. As is the case in many projects, as the FiftyThree site grew, the type styles grew along with it. As they added pages for new products, the styles weren’t as reusable as the team would have liked. Instead of using mixins or a modular set of styles, each page’s type styles were written directly to fit the design, (translate)

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