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Photoshop CC 2014 Typekit Integration

September 2, 2014

Back in April, Adobe announced that they were making the Typekit font product available to all users of the Creative Suite, at all subscriptions levels. This is a fantastic benefit for users of Photoshop within the Creative Cloud environment, and at that time, I put together a short how-to guide for using Typekit with your Creative Cloud subscription. Fast forward, and now Photoshop CC 2014 includes some very nice integration with Typekit. As a Creative Cloud member, you have access to a vast trove of excellent fonts for desktop use. In this tutorial, we’ll look at some of the new features for Photoshop CC 2014 Typekit integration – font management tools that make things a whole lot easier. [More]

Smarter Texting –Transforming Editable Text

January 5, 2010

TipSquirrel welcomes back  Rebecca Fryer This a quick tip to help you achieve editable transformed text Click to Enlarge To begin with create some Text in my example I used Cooper Black font as it [More]

Magazine Wrap Around

October 6, 2009

  When BBC Wildlife magazine came out I was intrigued by the cover. Everything was standard except that it looked like there was an added cover. I’m sure there is name for it. Anyhoo, on [More]

Brush Stroke a Path

August 27, 2009

Here’s where I’m going to end up today using the easy stroke path command.  So first off I need a path, now I could use the pen tool and the what-not, but I’m not going to. [More]

Serif vs Sans Serif

August 17, 2009

The Typography Starting Point. written by: Firgs of DesignByFirgs.com A lot of beginning designers seem to skip over the typography lessons until they get further into doing actual design work. About [More]