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Mac Graphics and Design Issues

  • Phil Sherry

Abstract

In this graphics-oriented chapter, I’m going to guide you around some of the new facets of designing for the web and cross-platform media. If you’re coming to this book from a print background, then some of this information will be invaluable. If you’re a programmer, you probably want to skip it and get down with the Terminal, but I urge you to have a quick read anyway, because you never know when you may need something from this chapter in the future. We’ll be looking at
  • Some background history of the primary design applications

  • Basic web design knowledge, such as fonts, color, and layout

  • Working with your PC teammates on a project

  • The main “gotchas” when designing on a Mac for a primarily PC-based audience

Keywords

Design Issue Page Layout Cascade Style Sheets Motion Graphic Letter Spacing 
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© Phil Sherry 2004

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  • Phil Sherry

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