Posted 10.03.2015 @ 10.49AM
::But how many images do you actually export from Adobe nowadays? Outside of photos, most web "graphics" I do nowadays are all CSS.::
A lot less for web stuff but quite a lot of image assets need to be created for mobile apps. Plus 3 different sizes of each graphic are needed.
Posted 06.03.2015 @ 2.44PM
Just found out about this awesome new feature for exporting graphics from PS. Simply rename your layers or layer groups with an extension (.png, .gif.jpg etc) and hit save and it will spit out your graphics.
For you mobile app designers/coders, you can also spit out x2 & x3 versions by putting 200%/300% into the layer name. I've done some testing and quality is nice and sharp when using vectors or smart objects.
Posted 24.01.2013 @ 3.50PM
@Signmeupmeow I agree, I hate the idea of the client seeing the designs in a blurry pdf thus why I try get it online, I get requests for pdfs all the time so it's really annoying. Do you ever add comments or annotations to the pages you post up?
@Stuffee I've tried that and it still doesn't render it properly, even though it's at 100% the image in the pdf is enlarged. I've heard of people setting that initial view to 77% or something, but I still think that wouldn't show the image pixel perfect.
Posted 17.01.2013 @ 3.38AM
Just read the early pages of this one. @SIGNMEUPMEOW good luck winning the argument of nicotine v cigarettes.
Nicotine by itself has benefits to people, improved memory and mental alertness. I've also read that it prevents the brain absorping aluminium and flouride, with plans to use it in alzheimer's meds (it's been a few years since I read that). Depending on your point of view on flouridated water, it has benefits too.
The delievery device is the problem. I always said I was giving up cigarettes, not nicotine and planned to get the inhalers, but I can't be bothered.