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30 Days of CS5: Text Layout Framework

The new Text Layout Framework (TLF) within Adobe Flash Professional CS5 aims to bring print-quality typography to the Web by adding full controls over columns, reflow, kerning, tracking and more. In addition, TLF allows you to control whether the text in your published document is read-only, selectable or editable. TLF can be utilized one of […]

30 Days of CS5: Captions

InDesign’s new captioning features allow you to, you guessed it, generate captions for your images, illustrations and multimedia. Less obvious uses of the features allow catalog publishers to add SKU numbers or product names to the photos automatically. With a little bit of creativity, virtually anyone who uses photos regularly in their design work can […]

30 Days of CS5: Indesign Interactivity

The past several months have been a wild ride for anyone looking to create and distribute interactive Web sites, digital video and multimedia accessible via desktop Web browsers and mobile devices. Apple’s reluctance to allow Flash onto the iPhone and iPad, and the resulting brouhaha between the two companies, has taken some of the steam […]

Electrification and the Future of Digital Photography

This morning, I was listening to a lecture by Thomas Friedman, author of The World Is Flat, via MIT’s Open Courseware. In it, Mr. Friedman mentions that the productivity boost to industry provided by the discovery of electricity was not immediate. Instead, the real gains came after the factories had been redesigned for electric motors […]