Monthly Archives: April 2008

Dossier will be unavailable tomorrow, May 1

Dossier is getting the updates I promised a few weeks ago, and also moving to a new server. I’m going to do this tomorrow, May 1. I’m planning on doing this during the day since nobody’s really using the system … Read

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To serif or not to serif

“Most people think typography is about fonts. Most designers think typography is about fonts. Typ ogra phy is more than that, it’s expressing language through type. Placement, composition, typechoice.” -Mark Boulton

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Thoughts on Color

Every now and then, I’m sent a Powerpoint presentation or poster or document and am asked to “clean it up” a bit. One of the things I often end up changing is the color that is used in the document. … Read

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Presenting video: Save online clips to your Mac with TubeTV

Don’t rely on a sketchy conference room wireless connection to share online video with your audience—save it to your hard drive for posterity. Read

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Hello, again, Hello.

Stratepedia’s blog evolves yet again. Say hi to Hello. Read

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Save Time Online with RSS

RSS Readers allow you to view your favorite websites with fewer mouse clicks. Many resources are available to teach us how to start saving time. Read

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What’s your type?

For many people, knowing when to use a certain type of graphic or image file is a confusing matter. Most of us have heard of “JPEG files” and maybe the “GIF format”, but what about EPS and TIFF? When is … Read

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Dossier updates on tap

It’s been awhile since we’ve talked about Dossier. Things are afoot: We’ve been busy adding a few features and generally cleaning up. Here’s a quick rundown of what will be available in Dossier starting sometime next week: The big thing … Read

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Creating a PDF file

One of the easiest ways to transfer documents from person to person or from your desktop to a printer is through the use of PDF files. From Adobe, the creator of the PDF format: “Invented by Adobe Systems and perfected … Read

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KU-CRL visuals online

This is just a quick note to let everyone know that we have just created a place for the CRL’s visual identities in the CRL Media Archives. Here, we will have a variety of logos associated with the work of … Read

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