The Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA) quite often produces posters to advertise their various events or conferences they are supporting, which are then sent out to each of their members. They’re usually of an extremely high quality. The one that I received today is no exception and thought that it needed to be shared.
I’ve finally managed to finish the redesign and launch of my site during this last week. I like to think of it as more of a freshen up than a complete redesign as I’ve kept certain design elements from the previous version.
Photoshop CS4 has a great new feature called the Pixel Grid. The pixel grid appears when you zoom past 500% and can help with editing at the pixel level.
Adding guides to your Photoshop document are a great way of making sure everything’s aligned nicely.
Guides can be dragged from the Rulers on the edge of your document, or you can also use the “View > New Guide…” menu option.
One of the first changes you’ll probably notice when upgrading to Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4), is the use of tabs to display your windows. Previously, your windows “floated” within the CS4 interface. Now, they dock neatly up against the Options panel.