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This printable freebie log is great to keep next to your computer so you can remember all of those passwords that you accumulate. Hand writing these on this paper ensures that you won’t have a problem with hackers!
All you will need is the latest version of Acrobat Reader (free).
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You’ve completed all of your Christmas shopping, you’ve decorated your house and Christmas tree … but your child reminds you of a party that you forgot about, and you might have ungrettably agreed to do the party favor. Don’t fret, here is a solution to your problem:
Simply download and customize this printable with your personalized info, then print, cut and slide a pencil or a glow-stick through the openings … done.
Wishing everyone a safe & happy holiday season …
I’ve covered some basics when selecting logo colors here, but recently I’ve encountered another blunder that would make experienced designers and production artists scratch their heads.
Continue reading A Very Simple Concept – Logo Colors
A common request is for a flier that can be edited, saved, and printed on-demand all by the client. Sometimes in this case, the only service that is needed up front is the design work.
Continue reading Editable Food
Branding is quite the complex procedure. It involves hours of brainstorming, designing, testing and proofing. One important aspect of this is color choice. Here is a little bit of info that might change the way you choose your colors.
Continue reading Choose Your Colors Wisely
A small annoyance that I’ve recently discovered when using Indesign is when you go to close a document and it asks to “save changes” … when in fact, you haven’t even touched any of the elements within that file. Here’s what I found out.
Continue reading Want to close an Indesign file, but keeps asking to save changes?
Since CS3, Adobe has implemented a feature that rates right up there as one of my favorite publishing techniques. You may already “place” tifs, pdfs, etc. into an Indesign file, but did you know you can also place an Indesign file into itself?
Continue reading Place an Indesign File into an Indesign File
From time to time when printing a shadow over a solid color digitally, we will notice that it creates undesirable results. You can get anything from a thin line interrupting your art to a large white box placed exactly where your entire shadow is located. Many of the times these results are from top-of-the-line print production software. Here’s a quick trick on how to deal with this issue. Continue reading Shadows with Boxes in Digital Prints