I would say take it to be on the safe side. You never know if you might interview with anyone other then the creative director and they may not have seen your work online. Always better to be over prepared...
We had an EF-2 tornado roll through last night during severe thunderstorms. Fun times. It fell apart by the time it hit the city limits and rolled about 8 blocks south of me. Today it's 2:30 and only...
I have an interview on Wednesday and was wondering whether or not I should take a print portfolio. I've already had a phone interview with the creative director and he has already seen my online portfolio....
That's a by-product of clean machine-assisted design. Everything in the Adobe programs is so cookie-cutter precise. It was immediately noticeable in my college design class where we were doing everything...
i have created a webpage. page is created nice but in the header section i have put a name in big letter. i have tried every font. but the effect is geting blurred. i have written sms blaster in century gothic but all the curved letters' readability is not good that spoits the fun. please answer me how to proceed.
What dpi are you working at? I normally start my files at a reasonably high dpi (only to see what I am doing properly) you can always "save for web" and reduce the size later.
Example start at 200dpi with pixel dimensions exactly the same as you need them in dreamweaver ie. 500 pixels wide by 150 pixels high.
File > Save for web.
Settings: Jpeg, Medium or High.
Basically you want the lowest quality you can get away with to keep the file size low. Try medium first, if it is still crap, try high.
Now use that new jpg file in Dreamweaver. Make sure you aren't resizing it in Dreamweaver. It should be used at the exact size. Stretching it larger will give you a crappy image. Reducing it just means that your user will be downloading a large file for a small image.
It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?"– Winnie the Pooh
i am not resizing the img in dreamweaver but its ok i will see something can you pls help me how can i easily design css. i have designed 9 pages in dreamweaver now the header footer and side bar are same in all the pages only the middle portion is to be changed how can i easily do it without copying the same image in every page and give an excess load. please answer the earliest. thanks uptil now