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You spend a lot of time working up a look and branding for your sites online. Why not add a little extra personalization through the use of Favicons? Favicons are those small images you see in the address bars and in bookmark lists linked to a specific url. Microsoft introduced the favicon as a 16 […]

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PNG, JPG, GIF, and TIFF—Oh MY!  By Jennifer Walling PNG, JPG, GIF, and TIFF are just a few of the commonly-used graphics file formats. Without a basic understanding of what each type actually is, which type to use when can be pretty confusing. At the most basic level, image or graphic files are split into […]

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A Little Graphic Clarity  By Jennifer Walling Though somewhat technical in nature, it is important to have a basic  understanding of how PPI ppi (points per inch) and DPI dpi (dots per inch) work. These two principles are responsible for how the way your images will look in a browser onscreen, as a digital copy […]

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RGB vs CMYK : Does It Make a Difference? By Jennifer Walling Both RGB (Red, Green, Blue) and CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black) modes are methods of producing colors by using combinations of primary colors. One is based upon radiant light, the other is based on pigments. These modes are used by monitors, printers and […]

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