Several handy printing techniques save you ink, paper, and time.
Lesa Snider gives us the lowdown on printer profiles and how to use them for accurate color printing.
The first three applications written for the iPad by Adobe showcase the capabilities of the new Photoshop SDK. These include an application for mixing colors and creating color schemes, finger-painting, and for controlling frequently used Photoshop tools and sharing documents.
Enlarging small images for printing takes some effort, but it can be done well. Lesa Snider shows us three methods of accomplishing the task.
If you want to print your photos for framing or sending to family and friends, here are some tips for getting the best results.
The relationship between pixels on your screen and ink on your print is a complex one. Lesa Snider breaks it down so you can get perfect pictures every time.
The latest iteration of Photoshop Elements--version 9--has a layer mask button, Facebook integration, and Content-Aware Fill features, and it comes packaged with the Adobe Elements Organizer.
InDesign CS5 features new tools for adding Flash interactivity, video and audio. And if your work is focused on producing traditional print documents, the upgrade's new productivity enhancements will shave tons of time off your daily workflow. Here's our complete review.
Creative Suite's Bridge has more functionality than ever in Adobe CS5.
Here's our review of the shipping version of Adobe Photoshop CS5 and CS5 Extended.
In this last of our four-part series on design basics, Lesa Snider discusses the concept of contrast and why it's critical for good design.
In this third part of our Design Basics series, Lesa Snider walks you through the concept of repetition.
You don't need a degree in graphic design to create great-looking documents. You just have to follow a few simple rules. Today we learn about alignment.
When it comes to designing pleasing ads, brochures, and flyers, space matters.
PercepTool plug-in for Photoshop CS3 and CS4 attempts to mimic your visual cortex in order to make an image look the way your brain thinks it should. In one fell swoop, this plug-in alters the brightness, edges, and contrast of your images.