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What image formats should I use?

What image file formats should I use and why?

Choosing the right file format is important when quality and size are the deciding factors: whether it’s for an illustration, a photo or any other graphic. Different formats can be saved out for different reasons, as a graphic designer I use different formats all the time, here are some of the basics to help you make the right choice for your files. RGB – is used for web or for viewing on screen. CMYK – is used for printing Lossless compression This form of compression is pretty self explanatory…

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What are cookies?

What are cookies, and can I eat them?

If you’re talking about the small delicious crumbly kind then yes. If you’re talking about the web kind… Unfortunately not. What are Cookies? Cookies are small files, which are stored on a user’s computer. These files hold a small amount of data which can be accessed by the website server or the users computer. This allows the website to deliver a page tailored to the user, such as articles the user has been looking at or similar items. Or products that could be relevant to the user. Cookies can…

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QR Codes

QR Codes – what are they, and how can they help

QR Code also known as Quick Response codes are a square barcode like pattern that can store information such as a website or contact details. QR codes can be easily read by mobile devices such as iPhones, iPad’s and Android devices simply with a swipe of the device. There are two reasons why having a QR code can be a huge asset to marketing your business. Firstly by having your info stored in a QR code you allow people to store your website info for further info, or to look at a later date…

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How to use colours effectively

How to use Colours Effectively

Colour scheming may seem like an easy task but really it can be complex. Especially identifying which colours work well together in design depending on the theme or subject matter. A colour wheel can be used to iron out any wrinkles in determining possibilities. My example uses ‘The artists colour wheel’ – a 12 step wheel. Complimentary Colours Complimentary colours are found by selecting whichever hue you’d like to start with, that colour’s complimentary colour is directly opposite…

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