June 2009

Interview with Sharon Steuer

wowcoverMore than ten years ago, I was attending the Macworld trade show in New York. It was my last day at the show and was looking for a good book to buy before returning home. Peachpit Press had a booth and I decide to go and see the various books available. One particularly retained my attention. It was the Illustrator WOW book. At that time, I was already using illustrator for a few years, and I found this book to be inspiring so I decided to buy it. I was lucky because the day I bought It, Sharon was also at the Peachpit booth answering questions and signing her book so I handed mine so she could sign it. We exchanged some thoughts on Illustrator features and how we used them. That was my first encounter with her, and the beginning of a great relationship. I still have that copy of the Illustrator 8 Wow book. Each time I see it on my bookshelf I have a warm feeling and fond memories. Today to celebrate the release of the 10th edition of the Illustrator WOW book (the CS4 version) I decided to ask some questions to my dear friend and author Sharon Steuer. It's also a chance for you to win a copy of the book courtesy of Peachpit Press. Just leave a comment on this blog about the interview or how you intend to use the book in your daily work. I will be picking a winner on Sunday, 7th July 2009 at 8pm. Read the article
Categories : Adobe, CS4, Illustrator, Book | Monday, June 29, 2009

Your CS4 features worth dying for!

cs4-logoAdobe CS4 various products have been release and available for near a year now. We all know users have been slow to update their CS2 or CS3 to their new incarnation for various reasons. I won’t anylise or comment on this. If you have taken the plunge and are using any CS4 single point product or any of the CS4 Suite, I have a question for you. What is the new features of any CS4 products you cannot live without now that you are using it on a daily basics?

Please, add your comments by specifying the product name, the feature(s) and why you like it. Thanks!

Categories : Adobe, CS4 | Tuesday, June 23, 2009

From Design Into Print

FDIP_BookDoes this ever happened to you, you did a wonderful design but when your print it on your desktop printer or received it back from local printer it does not look as good? Read the article
Categories : Blog, Book, Podcast, Print | Friday, June 12, 2009



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