October: Fall Fonts Festival
- October: Fall Fonts Festival
- Changes in the DTG Newsletter
- 11th Annual Fall Fonts Festival
- A Digital Dreamer...
- Using icons
- Go Behind Closed Doors
- iDive 1.4: Digital Video Shoebox
- Free image editor for Mac OS X Tiger
- Slideshow Magic
- Font Manager for Windows
- MailBag: Correction - Who designed "Bembo"?
- Photoshop Forgetfulness
- Photoshop Madness
- PDF: Formatting Text in Adobe Illustrator
- Two for Type: Design and Workbook
- Photo Retouchers Tips and Techniques
- Getting the Most from Movable Type
- November: Holiday Season Opens
- Web Design Seminar
- Points to Consider before Web Promotion
- Web Critique: Photographer's Site
The answer is yes... and no. Since this newsletter goes to some 60,000 readers, it's fairly sure that all of those won't be checking the front page. We've run the article links in the email newsletter so people can link directly into the article. However it does tend to pad the email newsletter making it large and slow to download.
As a happy compromise, I'm moving the &Else News up to the front of the newsletter yet still mentioning the site content. www.graphic-design.com Fall Fonts Festival A Digital Dreamer... Using icons Behind Closed Doors digital shoebox and it's free! Slideshow Magic Cfont Pro Who designed "Bembo"?
"I had a problem with the Photoshop Alzheimers piece. Ironically, I was affected by it at work this week. It was frightening to say the least to think all my work was gone. Fortunately our IT guy did what ever he does and all was well. My complaint is the reference to the disease Alzheimers. It is just that my mom is at the end stage of the disease and your treatment seemed too glib for me. It is a horrible affliction that should not be used as a hook to get someone to read an article. With that said, I do enjoy your newsletter and will continue to. I am even forwarding the Adobe links to our IT guy.
This month's Photoshop Madness column includes * Color to grayscale * Watermark Action * Getting Good Prints * Deke Duz Vanishing Point Tool * Replacing Objects and Filtering * Assembling Panoramic Photos * Plug-Ins ... and others Photoshop Madness www.pop.psu.edu Both are highly recommended. retouching with Adobe Photoshop. Movable Type... HERE and you're entered for prize drawings! webdesignfromscratch.com points to Consider Before Web Promotion Photography into Photography
Get ready for the Holiday Season...
The wonderful thing about the Design Center and the Design Cafe discussion list is that you make new friends each month. Two of this month's contributors and winners in "Designers Talk" will return to share their own special stories with you!
Here's a reminder that as we move into the holiday season, our November issue is all about projects designers like to enhance, celebrate or promote during the November / December holiday season. It'll be fun for us all, and I urge you to participate.
Those wild and crazy guys at the Publishers' Warehouse Loading Dock have been busy gathering more great stuff for you to download, use and enjoy! Yes, there are bunches of new fonts and such for the October Fonts Festival -- but watch out -- they've promised the best holiday collection yet.
Thanks for reading...
Editor / Publisher, DT&G Magazine
Parting words for October...
"Ten persons who speak make more noise than
ten thousand who are silent."
PS: if you've made it this far, the Loading Dock address for October will be set to "fest" in celebration of "Fall Fonts Festival". Just add the word "fest" after the last slash in www.graphic-design.com/
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