3 ways developers can impress the boss with PDF In 2015 there are plenty of software developers younger than the PDF format, published in 1993. Few of them think much about PDF. What’s hot in software development these days is the web, mobile computing, cloud services and other networking technologies. How to Master the Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop The Importance of the Clone Stamp Tool The Clone Stamp Tool is one of the most important tools that Photoshop has to offer. It allows you to copy areas of an image and i very useful for getting rid of distractions or skin blemishes. In this episode we show you how to master the clone stamp tool in photoshop. You will learn how to navigate the settings and preferences for the tool.
The InDesigner » CS5 See this animation? I know what you’re thinking…Illustrator to Flash, right? Think again. Understanding Adobe Photoshop CS6 Share this Episode Autoplay End of Video 13 Photoshop CS4 Video Tutorials for Learning New Features If you’re like me, sometimes you are so busy with projects that you fail to take time to familiarize yourself with the new features of upgraded software. Since Photoshop is the design tool of choice for many web designers, and since CS4 hasn’t been out very long, I’ve decided to round up some useful video tutorials that demonstrate some of it’s new features. Content Aware Scaling Photoshop CS4 Extended Depth of Field Tutorial Photoshop CS4 Zooming and Panning
Introducing Adobe Experience Design CC (Preview) On behalf of the Project Comet team, I’m thrilled to let you know that Project Comet has become Adobe Experience Design CC (Preview), or Adobe XD as we refer to it. We’re making our first preview release for Mac OS available today, with a Windows version coming later this year. Everyone can use Adobe XD for free during the preview period – you can download it from Adobe.com or through the Creative Cloud desktop app. While our team has been working to bring you Adobe XD for some time, this really represents the start of our journey to craft an end-to-end solution for experience design, one that Adobe is committed to undertaking in partnership with the UX design community.
Adobe Photoshop Layers explained Here is a Layers crash course for you. Layers were introduced in Photoshop 3.0. This totally revolutionized Photoshop. For the first time you could do complex compositions easily without having to be a channels guru. I remember before layers, if a client wanted to make changes to a composition, or even change a font you were in big trouble. Photoshop User TV Kelby TV - Online Shows for Creative Professionals. PhotoshopUser TV: Animating Layer Styles, Glyn Dewis, and Logo Design - Episode 414 April 23, 2015 Good Crop Bad Crop - How to Crop Portraits All images © Gina Milicia 2015 “Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.” ? Pablo Picasso
Illustrator 50 Excellent Video Tutorials - Smashing Magazine Advertisement Adobe Illustrator is the industry-standard when it comes to the creation of vector graphics. Though a very robust tool – the learning curve involved in mastering it can be high. Thankfully, there are abundant resources on the web that allows you to “learn by doing”. Video tutorials (in general) enable the learner to witness – step-by-step – how a particular technique works. We often learn best by seeing how things are done and following along with the instructor (much like in a classroom environment).
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Adobe Photoshop CS5 Basics Guide – Interface and Tools Review With all the advanced Photoshop tutorials we’ve been making here on groovyPost, we figured it probably made sense to take a step back and review some of the basics for those of you who might not “yet” be experts… So over the next few weeks were going to be working on a series of groovyPost’s covering all the basics for Adobe Photoshop CS5. The goal of the series is to break things down to the most basic level so even those who have never used Photoshop before can get comfortable with this great app. To kick things off, our Photoshop expert DW96 has created a groovy Video / Screencast which walks through the high level basics of the Photoshop CS5 Interface and each of the basic tools / functions you should become familiar with on the Photoshop toolbar. The video and the write-up below will not dig very deep into any of the tools as we’ll cover each in detail in later groovyPost’s. So with that being said, let’s jump right in! Step 1 – Setup your own Workspace
Photoshop tutorials How to optimize Photoshop CS2/CS3 settings for icon design Here are my thoughts about designing icons in Adobe Photoshop: - many respected icon designers consider Illustrator better tool to design icons - . I do not own or know Illustrator, but I'm pretty good at Photoshop, and I found that it can be tweaked to create icons fast and easy too. - the best way to design icons (even in small sizes) is vectors.
Photoshop vs. Illustrator vs. InDesign. Which Adobe product should you use? From photo editing to typography tools to sound design, the industry-standard Adobe Creative Suite gives creators of all kinds everything they need to create professional work fast—for literally any type of design project. For now, let’s get graphic. Whether it’s creating a logo, designing social media graphics or putting together a brochure, Adobe has created the perfect app solutions with Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.