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Archive for April, 2008

PHOTOGRAPHER NEEDED!

Posted by lbrow255 on April 22, 2008

Hi,

My brother just announced that he is getting married in May- not a lot of time to coordinate or budget to work with. So, I am trying to find a student that has studied in photography and/or imaging that can be available May 23rd. Please email me at tonya.brwn@gmail.com for specifics and to negotiate pricing.

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Web Developer’s Field Guide

Posted by CDowd on April 14, 2008

This is an amazing list of pretty much everything you ever wanted to know aboot web dev, all in one convenient location. The Web Developer’s Field Guide.

Posted in design, useful tools, web standards | 6 Comments »

Liquid Resize Photoshop plug-in: resize an image without traditional geometric limitations while minimizing distortion

Posted by killerkulture on April 9, 2008

Liquid Resize will allow users to resize an image without traditional geometric limitations while minimizing any distortion that would typically result from changing the original aspect ratio of an image.
It’s a free plug-in for Mac and Windows, beta testers are encouraged to participate.

http://www.creativepro.com/article/onone-software-announces-free-liquid-resize-public-preview

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The importance of the TITLE tag

Posted by killerkulture on April 4, 2008

Here’s a goodf article on the importance of your title tag. I’m interested in hearing about other peoples current title tag process and strategy.

http://www.marketingprofs.com/8/title-tag-strategies-basics-brown.asp?adref=znnpbsc148

Posted in SEO, webt143ewh | 2 Comments »