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Filtering and Displaying Data Using Ajax
By Bob Flynn
Feb 15, 2010
Bob Flynn shows how to take advantage of Ajax functionality with the Adobe Spry library in Dreamweaver CS4.
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"Harry Potter" Typesetter Waves His Wand Over QuarkXPress 7 H&Js
By Kelly Kordes Anton
May 23, 2008
At the request of Quark, renowned typesetter Brad Walrod has recommended new default hyphen and justification settings for QuarkXPress 7. Kelly Kordes Anton shows you that your bag of tricks now serves up six default H&Js that work their magic on your columns of copy.
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"The Best Design Advice I Ever Got" with Erik Spiekermann
By Erik Spiekermann
Jul 31, 2012
Erik Spiekermann, author of "Stop Stealing Sheep & Find Out How Type Works, 2nd Edition" shares the advice that has influenced his career the most.
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(Serious) Fun with Web, Mobile, and Dreamweaver CS5.5
By David Powers
Aug 30, 2011
With the rapid spread of smartphones and tablets, responsive web design has become the order of the day. No problem, argues David Powers, author of Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5 Studio Techniques: Designing and Developing for Mobile with jQuery, HTML5, and CSS3. Dreamweaver CS5.5 puts the necessary tools at your disposal, and formerly dreaded chores, like rounding corners on elements, or adding drop shadows and transparent backgrounds, have become a real pleasure.
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10 Fundamental Rules of Designing for Digital Magazines
By Sandee Cohen
Nov 29, 2012
Is your online magazine just an electronic version of your print publication? You're wasting a huge opportunity! In 10 quick tips, Sandee Cohen, co-author of Digital Publishing with Adobe InDesign CS 6, demonstrates how to give immediacy and freshness to your digital magazine's experience.
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10 Minutes with Flash: ActionScript You'll Never Have to Write Again
By Robert Hoekman
Feb 6, 2004
Robert Hoekman, Jr. is just as tired of writing code as you are, so he offers up some timely tips on storing ActionScript and loading it on-the-fly in this fourth installment of "10 Minutes with Flash."
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10 Minutes with Flash: Bitmap Video Effects
By Robert Hoekman
Dec 5, 2003
In the first of a bi-weekly series of articles called "10 Minutes with Flash," Robert Hoekman, Jr. demonstrates how to make reality pretty again with faux video effects using simple bitmaps.
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10 Minutes with Flash: Repeating History through Commands
By Robert Hoekman
Dec 23, 2003
Robert Hoekman, Jr. shows you how reliving the past with History and Commands can help you automate your life.
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12 Principles to Create Realistic Animation the Disney Way
By Steven Bradley
Dec 18, 2014
Transitions and CSS animations can help make websites friendlier, but their movement can be mechanical and somewhat unrealistic if not handled well. Website designer/developer Steven Bradley shows how designers can take a cue from the animators at Disney and the 12 principles of animation they follow, and apply to all their work.
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16 How-To Tips for Using Photoshop Camera Raw
By Chris Orwig
Jan 19, 2009
Chris Orwig offers 16 Camera Raw tips, including setting the white balance, using split toning, and making localized adjustments.
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20 Tips for Shooting Great Video
By Adobe Creative Team
Jun 16, 2009
20 tips for shooting great video, and four methods to transfer or capture your video to your workstation.
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32-bit Imaging with HDR Toning in Photoshop CS5
By Dan Moughamian
Feb 28, 2011
High Dynamic Range (or HDR) photography has been a hot topic lately, with debates ongoing as to how useful a process HDR is for serious photographers. Count Dan Moughamian, author of Adobe Digital Imaging How-Tos: 100 Essential Techniques for Photoshop CS5, Lightroom 3, and Camera Raw 6, among those who believe HDR can be a very useful process for photographers, provided they understand its real purpose.
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3D in Photoshop CS4
By Dan Moughamian, Scott Valentine
Apr 13, 2009
Photoshop includes many improvements to 3D workflow, such as a more powerful rendering engine and the ability to create and manipulate various kinds of lights and materials. This excerpt explains them in detail.
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3D Photoshop: Inflating Objects from Photographs
By Steve Caplin
Oct 3, 2013
Learn how to model 3D objects directly from photographs, using Photoshop’s inflation tool.
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A Beginner's Look At ActionScript
By Joey Lott, Jen deHaan, Peter deHaan
Dec 9, 2005
ActionScript 2.0 offers new features unavailable in the previous version. This chapter explains what ActionScript is, and how 2.0 allows for greater customization of behaviors and scripts for Macromedia Flash animations.
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A Detailed Look at Camera Raw Controls
Jun 16, 2006
Camera Raw starts working as soon as you point the file browser at a folder full of raw images, creating thumbnails and previews. In this chapter, we'll look at the Camera Raw controls in detail.
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A First Look at the Book Module and Map Module in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Adobe Creative Team
Mar 6, 2012
This excerpt from Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Classroom in a Book shows you how to work with the new Book and Map modules in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.
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A Peek at Lightroom 3: Imaging Effects
By Dan Moughamian
Dec 18, 2009
In Part 3 of the four-part series on Lightroom Public Beta 3, Dan Moughamian shows you how to use the new area in the Develop Module called Effects.
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A Peek at Lightroom 3: Importing Images
By Dan Moughamian
Dec 2, 2009
Digital photographers around the world recently received some good news: The Lightroom 3 Public Beta build is available from Adobe Labs, and it’s loaded with some great new features. In Part 1 of the four-part series, Dan Moughamian introduces you to the impressive new photo import capabilities.
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A Plea for Photoshop–Browser Harmony
By Dan Rose
Feb 4, 2015
When it comes to responsive web design, using the right tool, at the right time, for the right purpose, helps us extract more out of said tool than normal. Knowing when to use Photoshop is the only thing that can logically keep it in our workflows. Using it too often, too early, or for the wrong purpose produces frustration, wasted time, and potentially wasted money, as Dan Rose explains in this chapter from Responsive Web Design with Adobe Photoshop.

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