Useful Design Tools

Discussion in 'Graphics Discussion and Help' started by Lisa, May 5, 2007.

  1. DirtRider

    DirtRider bah humbug

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    Yes you can do it that way as well but if you already have Photoshop then most of the other tool listed before would be of no use either I suppose :unhunh:

    Oh and you will be surprised how many people have no idea about a favicon
     
  2. bonejj

    bonejj Participant

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    lol, yeah, all there is to it is just renaming the file with the right extension. hell you can you mspaint to make a favicon.
     
  3. semaphorev

    semaphorev Aspirant

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    Kuler
    Notepad++
    Gimp
    Dreamweaver
     
  4. ranjush

    ranjush Neophyte

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    Dreamweaver
    Photoshop
    Stylizer
     
  5. adlaiadney

    adlaiadney Neophyte

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    thanks for sharing the links, i really appreciate it
     
  6. Typoon

    Typoon Aspirant

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    Thanks for this.
     
  7. Shimei

    Shimei Adherent

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  8. OUTL4W

    OUTL4W <style>OUTL4W GFX</style> :p

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  9. torquewrench

    torquewrench Aspirant

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    I would love to teach myself CSS and HTML, but when I attempted it last time it scared the heck out of me. I opened a theme I purchased to make some tweaks and the whole page looked like hieroglyph...Maybe I'll jump back in and attempt it again.
     
  10. PoetJC

    PoetJC ♠ Black Jacq! Give Me My Coins!! ♠

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    That's what I say about php LOL
    HTML and CSS are relatively simple code in comparison. IMO anyway...

    J.
     
  11. mrbill

    mrbill Enthusiast

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    I think a relatively cheap and new ($49 USD) graphics program, Affinity Photo, is an excellent choice if you're short on bucks. I'm still in the learning curve, but very impressed. For the Apple.
     
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  12. Woodsman

    Woodsman Aspirant

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    Using Photoshop in the majority of my designs. But as a more affordable software Corel Paint Shop Pro X8 is also a serious contender.
     
  13. PeterH

    PeterH Participant

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    The top in design world is Photoshop, I also prefer Dreamweaver.
     
  14. dynastyteam

    dynastyteam Neophyte

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    Thank you so much for sharing :) this helpful list.
     
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