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Digital Design, Web, App, Product Development

Sure Shot: Because You Cant, You Wont, You Dont Stop (Optimizing Images For The Responsive Web)

Imagery can make or break a website. As a design firm, a big part of our job is to be smart about using imagery to support our clients communication goals. We aim to create page layouts that create a strong visual impression upon first load. But the web is a constellation of various screen sizes; balancing imagery and text across all viewports is one of the primary challenges of designing for the responsive web.

Web, App, Product Development

Raster vs. Vector: Now with Resolutions and Colors!

While working on an upcoming series of blog posts explaining the programs in Adobe Creative Suite, we realized that one of the most important things our readers need to know about working with graphics is the difference between pixel (or raster), and vector (or line art) graphics and how to know when to use each. They also need to know about image resolution, and the different color models for print and web use.

Branding, Digital Design, Web, App, Product Development

How to make working with images less horrible Part 2: Easy image editing for PCs and Macs

So now that weve gone over how to choose image file types and resolutions, lets talk about how we actually edit those images (without the expensive software) so that we can use them on a website. For this article, Im going to avoid talking about Photoshop. Photoshop is great software we use it every day it’s professional and it’s expensive. We’re discussing consumer-level editing (and pricing) for those of you out there that just need something quick and dirty to get the job done.

Branding, Digital Design, Web, App, Product Development

How to make working with images less horrible Part 1: File types and resolution

We build websites that are easy to manage and update. Those updates almost always include adding, editing and moving around images. We have nifty ways of creating websites where it doesnt matter what size image you upload, it will always be right. However, we know that working with images can be a pain in the you-know-what, especially with all the different file types and resolutions, and even more difficult when you dont have fancy photo editing software. Well, fear not, were here to help!

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