I will be posting some Dreamweaver tutorials for the beginner. There are many tutorials out there, though they provide good content, I am noticing with the response of many of you out there that you get left in the dust with advance work mixed in with beginner content. Many are just frustrated as they don’t know what panels are and keyboard shortcuts and many other things that others instinctively know and just move entirely to fast for someone who just opened Adobe Dreamweaver and wants to start ant square one. These tutorials are for you.
To start I am posting this image for reference; so when I say that I am in the property inspector you can reference this image to see where I am at and it helps you remember where things are without referencing th image. Make sure you click the image to view the High Resolution form so you can see clearly the marked up information.
Application Bar: This contains all of the DW menus (Windows) and it includes 4 menus that are shared by Mac and Win users. It also has the search field and workspace switch drop down menu.
Workspace Dropdown: Here you can choose between workspace layouts. You can also create custom layouts to suit your needs or reset your current layout.
Search for Help: You can enter your search term and this will search and find results on the internet. If your not connected there are still built in search features so you will still get some help with your topic.
Posted by Daniel | Posted in Photoshop | Posted on 18-02-2010
Let me apologize first as I will be posting a short video tutorial on using action scripts to create brush sets and batch work on your latest photos taken from your adventures. I am currently pretty sick and the video would sound awful. So, if your a photographer and your tired of correcting single images at a time or you love creating your own brushes with multiple images stay tuned for part 2 which will contain the video. Follow me on twitter or subscribe for the updates.
Let’s move on…
The process by which many in the industry handle images on a daily basis can be termed “work flow.” Some construct their own and perform them in sequence; however, most people will automate their tasks to simplify things. Photoshop gives you several options for this and create a great workflow.
Posted by Daniel | Posted in Adobe Products, Illustrator | Posted on 17-09-2009
So I did this video in under 20 minutes. I only used 2 tools and the place command. Very simple but I believe a great look.
This is my first time in illustrator and as a result this magazine cover is done with few tools and should be able for anyone to adapt and do very easily.
I get all my fonts from www.dafonts.com. It is a great place to get some fonts and you can enter words in the search box. For example I entered speed to get the font I used for the heading, Savage Flux.
I used the yellow borders again as the trim for the title for repetition. Contrast was covered by the R/C that is black verses the white Monste in the title. I tried to keep proximity so you were able to read without getting confused as to what content went with what.
Non-Designer’s Design and Type Books by Robin Williams (c.r.a.p. is from this book)