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Your team’s font-related challenges just got easier. Built to support creative organizations, Extensis Universal Type Server 4 takes the mess out of font management…
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Flashback to 1995, the year the Internet became commercialized. Let’s take a journey back to an age when pages took several minutes to load and watch howdesign.com develop into the site we know today.
Adobe Previews New Tools for Web Design. Adobe Muse targets print designers who’d like to work on the web. Adobe Edge enables Flash-like animation using open web standards.
Over the years, our friends at Behance have been helping designers build their careers and get exposure for their work. They’ve just announced a new service called ProSite, which allows designers to build customized portfolio sites (with no Behance branding …
To introduce you to a new world of design possibilities, HOW and Adobe asked some of their favorite designers to convert their static print work to fully interactive projects—without writing code!—by using Adobe Flash Catalyst CS5, part of Adobe Creative …
New releases of QuarkXPress 9 and Adobe InDesign CS 5.5 highlight tablet publishing and E-books.
Designers now have a wealth of typographic options for their web projects. HOW’s longtime technology columnist Stephen Beale sorts through all the web font services out there. In this review, he looks at Fontdeck.
Designers now have a wealth of typographic options for their web projects. HOW’s longtime technology columnist Stephen Beale sorts through all the web font services out there. In this review, he looks at Webtype from Font Bureau and Ascender Corp.