Design Cutting Edge iOS Apps With Adobe Fireworks

  Since the release of iPhone 4 and the iPad 3 (known as “The new iPad”), Apple has doubled the resolution of the displays, which are now 640 x 960 pixels (iPhone 4 and 4s), 1536 x 2048 pixels (iPad 3), and 640 x 1136 pixels (iPhone 5). To keep a good-looking user interface for both…

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Vintage Effects with Photoshop

Justin Seeley returns to TipSquirrel.com with a video looking at a couple of ways to get a vintage effect using adjustment layers in Photoshop The post Vintage Effects with Photoshop appeared first on TipSquirrel…

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Using The Texture Panel In Adobe Fireworks

  When you’re working in Fireworks — be it for a website design, mobile design or graphic asset for a project — one need you will undoubtedly have is support for textures. While Fireworks is an amazing tool in other areas, the usability of the textures feature could definitely be improved. In this article, we’ll look…

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Edge Animations into Dreamweaver CS6

Thanks to a new update, it is easier than ever to move Edge animations into Dreamweaver CS6. Simply export an Animate Deployment Package from Edge and then insert that Edge Animate Composition into your web design in Dreamweaver. Watch the video and follow along…

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An In-Depth Study Of Symbols In Illustrator

For drawing and painting digital illustrations, Adobe Illustrator is a favorite among designers for many reasons. One of the reasons is some of the amazing time-saving features that come with it. The Symbols feature in Illustrator does just this: it saves valuable time by creating a “symbol,” or copy, of an object. This means that…

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eBook Creation and Publishing

In this hands-on course we’ll start with a typical manuscript and move start to finish through to putting it up for sale (or stopping just shy of putting it up for sale if you like) as a professionally produced, platform-optimized ebook. Keep reading eBook Creation and Publishing on Pariah Burke Publishing & Design Consulting &…

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The right tool for the job

Throughout my professional career, I’ve been bombarded with one kind of question. The question is sometimes phrased differently, but it’s always the same intent:”What tool should I use?”The context is usually framed within the hope of a firm decision to use one application over another. Illustrator or Freehand? Illustrator or Inkscape? Illustrator or Photoshop? Illustrator…

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Useful Fireworks Techniques And Features For Large Design Teams

  While Fireworks can be a useful and powerful tool for any screen designer, several aspects of it make it really shine in an enterprise environment when used by both small and large design teams. What do I mean by “enterprise”? For the purpose of this article, enterprise can be defined as any environment where multiple…

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Reviewing Adobe Illustrator’s Extensive Gradients Toolset

While vector based artwork lets designers take advantage of small file sizes and lossless scaling it can also be limiting when trying to add depth and richness to a design. Adobe Illustrator offers a plethora of gradient tools that can help artist produce more organic and vivid pieces. This extended video tutorial covers a wide…

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InCopy CS6 Upgrade Bootcamp

Master the newest features and changes in Adobe InCopy CS6 quickly with this focused Upgrade Bootcamp from InCopy CS5, InCopy CS4, or earlier Keep reading InCopy CS6 Upgrade Bootcamp on Pariah Burke Publishing & Design Consulting & Training…

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