A job that small shop web designers have to do that isn’t talked about much is creating documentation. Sometimes we have to do so to support our clients in using the features we set up for them. Sometimes we have to document problems when submitting a tech support help ticket.
It’s the little things that make life easier. A web designer often needs to know the dimensions of an image. There are many ways to find this little piece of information. The Mac Finder will show it to you in column view, that is unless you are using a png image, which is a very [...]
When I start a web design project the client normally gives me a CD full of photos to work with. Occassionally those photos are straight from a professional photographer and beautiful. More typically they’re just snapshots that are poorly exposed and poorly composed.
Here are a couple extensions for the OS X ColorPicker and the world’s shortest AppleScript that extend its functionality. Use ColorPicker for lots more than just turning text a different color.
For simple picture manipulation, ImageWell is exactly what the doctor ordered. It makes it quick and easy to get pictures web ready. And the price is easy to swallow, free. When getting photos ready for the web or email, what capacities do you need? What I typically do is crop, resize, rotate (when necessary) and [...]