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Category: Adobe

Posts about Photoshop, Creative Suite 3, and more…

2011-12-21

GuideGuide

GuideGuide is a handy extension for making guides in Photoshop. Works in Photoshop CS4+.

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2011-08-15

Muse

What would you create on the web if you didn’t have to worry about writing code? That’s (apparently) the premise behind Adobe’s new web authoring tool, code-named Muse. Built using Adobe Air, this cross-platform application will work on Mac, PC, and potentially on Linux as well. While in beta, it’ll be free to use. Plans … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2010-06-15

Using data sets and variables in Photoshop

This week I’ve decided to post something a little different. Working with data in Photoshop (CS3+) is probably not something you’ve thought much about. In fact, I’ve only ever run into one case where using datasets and variables in Photoshop made sense to me, but once you know how to use them, you’re bound to … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2010-05-03

CS5 is here.

Creative Suite 5 is here. I’ve had the pleasure of testing out CS5 for the past few months and I’m not exaggerating when I say it’s the best version yet. It runs blazing fast on my Mac mini (Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz with 4GB 1066MHz DDR3). Features like Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill are not … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2009-08-28

How to be a Photoshop Bad Ass

Greg Rewis is the Group Manager, Worldwide Creative Solutions Evangelism at Adobe. He came to speak to the Atlanta Web Design Group about becoming a Photoshop Bad Ass. This post is a collection of tweets along with links to help add greater understanding to what was being discussed before and during his talk. I hope … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2009-04-30

Disable Javascript in Acrobat

From the Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) blog: “All currently supported shipping versions of Adobe Reader and Acrobat (Adobe Reader and Acrobat 9.1, 8.1.4, and 7.1.1 and earlier versions) are vulnerable to this issue. Adobe plans to provide updates for all supported versions for all platforms (Windows, Macintosh and Unix) to resolve this … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2008-09-30

Is CS4 worth the upgrade?

Is Adobe Creative Suite 4 worth the upgrade? Having been involved in the Adobe Creative Suite 4 Web Premium beta test for the better part of this year, I’ve had a good bit of experience using the new versions of Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Illustrator. Here are just a few of the things that have stood … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2008-09-17

Thoughts on CS4

I’ll be speaking on September 23 at 6:30pm about Adobe Creative Suite 4 at the Columbia County Library in Evans, GA as part of the next Refresh Augusta meetup [info]. The presentation will cover what’s new, what I’ve thought about the Suite so far, and more. (As part of the meetup, Refresh Augusta will be … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2008-09-04

Brilliant

Are you ready for something brilliant? Yesterday Adobe announced that it will unveil the new Adobe® Creative Suite® 4 lineup in a special web event on 9.23.08. Register today to be among the first to learn about CS4. This is not something you’re going to want to miss. Trust me.

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2008-06-05

No Photoshop vs. Photoshop

Why We Skip Photoshop vs. Why We Don’t Skip Photoshop – I think the lesson learned here is that teams work the way that suits them best. 37Signals has the luxury of being able to design for themselves, and has established a set of design standards that they can ripple throughout their products. Whereas at … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.