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  • InDesign CS5 to CS4

    One thing Adobe has not always done well is maintaining backward compatibility in their applications. This may not be such a big deal if you work in an isolated environment or only associate with those who meticulously upgrade their software to the latest available versions. However, many real-world projects get passed around between designers, clients, […]

  • Use Keyboard Shortcuts To Maximize Efficiency

    If you’re new to OS X or you want to get the ultimate speed upgrade for your Mac, try using keyboards shortcuts. These little gems will boost your productivity and help save your wrists as well. Many functions found in your menu have keyboard shortcut equivalents which appear with somewhat cryptic symbols just to the […]

  • Get The Art & Science of CSS Free

    SitePoint, a great resource for anything web-related, is giving away The Art & Science of CSS as a PDF. It is only available until December 2, so be sure to take advantage of this offer soon. They’ve given away sample chapters from their books before, but this time it is the full book. Yep, that is […]

  • I Made It To “Inbox Zero”

    I’ve heard about it. I’ve read about. I’ve given serious consideration to it. Now, at last, I have achieved it! As I write this post I have nothing in my inbox! Zero! Zilch! Nada! If this seems like the ramblings of a madman to you, read up on Inbox Zero!

  • Scam Alert: Domain Registry of America

    I have been getting these letters for years—you know, the one that says your domain name is about to expire so renew now or risk being forever lost in cyberspace, blah, blah, blah. I’ll admit they almost got me the first time, but now anything with Domain Registry of America goes straight to the trash, […]

  • Apple Wireless Mighty Mouse

    Here it comes to save the day… OK, so this post doesn’t exactly fit into the normal Web design related categories, but I have been waiting for this one. The Wireless Mighty Mouse from Apple was released today. I currently use and love the wired version on my desktop, and am now tempted to make […]

  • Careful Little Hands What You Post!

    Information. Everybody wants it. A lot of people are more than happy to give it. We print brochures, create ads, mail out flyers and—of course—post as much as we can on the Web so people can have our information. Printed materials are generally reviewed much more closely than items that are posted online. We realize […]