New season revealed for the FIA GT Series. http://gt1world.com/
We’ve just implemented a new home page for the Charleston Trust in Firle, East Sussex. Why not go and have a look, let us know what you think!
Just deployed the new layout for the Charleston Trust content pages with the aim of making the site much easier to use. Let us know you thoughts?
I thought I’d share this little tip for when saving out a print ready PDF from Photoshop using the “Save as” option.
The problem I found was that the PDF was huge after saving, for example, the Photoshop file I have is about 100MB however when I saved it out as the print ready PDF, the PDF would be close to 350MB! Massive!!
So.. as a fix I flatterned the files first then saved out as a PDF… the quality is perfect and the printer had no complaints… and the PDF was down to 25MB! Much easier to handle!
Would be interested to know if other have had this problem and what they’ve done to solve it.. apart from starting in Illustrator!
What you need to know about the EU Cookie Law.
For the last couple of years, European officials have been trying to implement a new online privacy directive that they say is intended to give ordinary web users greater control over their data — but many companies believe is deliberately designed to make their lives difficult…
…not all cookies are subject to the rules. Data that’s considered necessary for the basic functioning of the website — the session cookies used for tracking a basket of goods up to the checkout, for example — don’t require consent.
Read full article… [www.gigaom.com]
We love this site www.colourlovers.com. Lots of inspiration… go get involved!
Does aerial photographer Jason Hawkes have the best job in the world? Quite possibly. Last night, CR took to the skies in an AS355 helicopter to accompany Hawkes as he shot the almost-completed Shard, the BT tower, and the Olympic Park. Not a trip for the faint of heart, as he flies with one door open.
Read Full Article… [www.creativereview.co.uk]
Retina display will add complexity but also push vector graphics
R/GA web strategist Brad Frost last week suggested the new iPad’s Retina display would wreak havoc on the web. In an article on his blog, Frost stated that despite the web already struggling with bloated downloads, designers would feel compelled to boost image resolutions, in order to combat a likely slew of crisp, Retina display-optimised apps. “The user on the bus can be on slow Wi-Fi or 3G and might just need to get the damn assets downloaded. They shouldn’t be punished with downloading a massive Retina-ready image,” said Frost. “We need a way to properly address this.”
Read Full Article… [www.netmagazine.com]