I’m seeing a trend (especially on pinterest) of these posters where the image and subject is the text. THe text itself isn’t really that important either, it’s mainly the typefaces used and composition.
I’m doing front-end dev, so this question comes from that perspective. When I receive a
.psd I manually go through each font in the design, click on it, then use the character panel to get the font, color, size, kerning, etc. Sometimes, I get a design that uses several different fonts (4+) with many variations of the same font (size, color, weight, etc.). This is pretty tedious work… Is there anyway that Photoshop can export a list of all the used fonts and their variations? For example, a list like:
I want to create light weight PNG images with good quality. Can anyone suggest the best way…
Note: Need to use these PNG images in android app designing.
I am reading into Illustrator a PDF output from R (grid graphics I believe) in which the circles show as boxes with crosses inside them. These pictures illustrate:
I apologize in advance if this has been asked, but I’ve searched for a few phrases and I’m not sure how else to ask it.
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Is it possible to print only the outline preview (View > Preview) of an artboard? Taking a screenshot and printing is not an option for me.
In many fonts I come across, I see that the glyph uppercase i – I is same as lowercase l.
I have a “Name” field on many worksheet pages which I want automatically filled in with a particular student’s name when printing. I know in InDesign I can just create a master page that those worksheet pages use and fill in the name of the student there.
I am a webpage creator and I´d like to give my webpage a nice graphical twist by using traingle-patterns in the background. I´ve seen this on many other webpages before (for example this one) and I know I could to this with software like Photoshop. But, as I´m not very engaged in the graphic design branch, I haven´t purchased any software for this and I´m not planning on doing so. So, does anybody know how to do these triangle patterns in a free software like Inkscape or Gimp?