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Photoshop CC 2014 Typekit Integration

02/09/2014

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

05/01/2010

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

06/10/2009

  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

27/08/2009

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

17/08/2009

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]