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1: new post   Shrink-a-Thon: The GIFs...
WebmasterWorld members compete to acheive maximum compression of a large map in GIF format. Great overview of different compression techniques and software.
Oct 11, 2001
2: new post   New Digital Camera - New Jpeg Problems
"...is there some other compression utility that can strip away all the useless info about the camera that is now stored within the jpg file?"
Jan 30, 2002
3: new post   Digital Camera Prices Plummet
Is it safe to buy a digital camera now? From a price stand point, most everyone agrees that they have been 100-500% over priced for years. The long awaited shakeout begins.
May 31, 2002
4: new post   Gif Graphics With Exact Dimensions
"...trying to figure out how to publish sewing patterns electronically. The problem is that the patterns are templates and must therefore print at exactly their true dimensions."
June 11, 2002
5: new post   Micro Fonts - What´s Up With That?
"Why do good designers tend to use ultra-tiny fonts..."
June 27, 2002
6: new post   PNG's - Lets Take a Look
The format of PNG's is rich and includes most of best features of Gifs and Tiffs combined.
July 19, 2002
7: new post   Taking a Serious Look at PNG´s as a Gif Replacement
"In the past, there hasn´t been a compelling reason to switch to PNG´s. Browser and Graphic program support was slow to catch on and there just wasn´t enough of a reason to switch from the standard mix of Jpegs and Gifs."
July 20, 2002
8: new post   Do Icons Help Usability?
"It seems there are two sides to the argument. The SEOs and programmers feel that pure text links are invaluable to good web site promotion and usability. "
Aug 24, 2002
9: new post   Flash Resource List
A quality resource list for Flash production.
Nov 11, 2002
10: new post   Flash 6 Players released
"Macromedia has announced the release of public betas for Flash Player 6. This release introduces the long awaited Linux version and fixes quite a few things in the Mac and Windows versions."
Nov 30, 2002
11: new post   Circular Graphics and Dealing With The Inevitable Jaggies
Anti aliasing graphics features were a relief, but, the jaggies live on.
Dec 7, 2002
12: new post   Flash MX and Special Characters
"...I'm trying to get Flash MX to show the ampersand character. "
Jan 14, 2003
13: new post   Scanning 35mm Slides for Web Use
"..it is possible to get really good scans from 35mm slides using anything other than a drum scanner?"
Feb 23, 2003
14: new post   Images Downloaded for Print Purposes
What are the current accepted standards for printed images?
Mar 1, 2003
15: new post   Successful Flash Sites : Myth or Fact?
We are scouring the net to see if there is there such a thing as a successful site done primarily in Flash.
Mar 2, 2003
16: new post   Converting TIF to JPEG while preserving 300dpi resolution
"How can I convert a TIF image, that I created by scanning in a photo, to a JPEG image while keeping the resolution at 300dpi?"
Apr 21, 2003
17: new post   Help PDF File Creation
Putting up PDF's for downloading.
Apr 21, 2003
18: new post   What is the Best Bet in Digital Cameras Today?
"I am in the market for a digital camera. 5 MP cameras are now on the market..."
Apr 27, 2003
19: new post   The WebmasterWorld Icon-a-Thon!
"...only chances you'll see here on WebmasterWorld to strut your stuff..."
June 4, 2003
20: new post   GIF Patent Expires! - Free At Last, Free At Last!
"Unisys Corporation patented this algorithm on 20th June 1983 and it expires after 20 years"
June 20, 2003
21: new post   Does a Small Business Need a Logo?
"Several times in various user tests we've found that logos lend credibility to companies - even when consumers haven't heard of those companies before."
Sept 24, 2003
22: new post   What is 'so 90s' in Web Design?
What do people consider yesterday's news when it comes to website design? Members discuss web page elements that are well past their prime.
Mar 16, 2004
23: new post   Forgent Licenses JPEG Patent to Yahoo
" Forgent has announced an agreement with Yahoo in which the search engine will license the technology behind JPEG image compression. In exchange, Yahoo will be removed from litigation against companies Forgent claims are infringing on what it calls the '672 Patent."
Dec 15, 2005
24: new post   Jupitermedia JupiterImages Acquires Animation Factory
"Jupitermedia Corporation today announced that its Jupiterimages division has acquired the assets of Animation Factory, Inc., which includes the MediaBuilder Network of Web sites"
Dec 27, 2005
25: new post   JPEG Patent to be Re-examined by USPTO
"The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will re-examine the validity of the so-called JPEG patent held by Forgent Networks, an action that could deprive the company of its multimillion-dollar revenue stream."
Feb 3, 2006
26: new post   Favicon Primer
"This primer is about how to create and implement a favicon on your site the best way possible (and why)."
Apr 27, 2006
27: new post   Pantone colors: How to get a Closer Match for the Web
"What is the best way to go about trying to come at least close to Pantone colors for a website?"
May 10, 2006
28: new post   Microsoft shows off JPEG rival
"The software maker detailed the new image format Wednesday at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference here. Windows Media Photo will be supported in Windows Vista and also be made available for Windows XP, Bill Crow, program manager for Windows Media Photo said in a presentation."
May 26, 2006
29: new post   Graphic Design & Creating Web Graphics From Scratch
" I'd like to be able to create graphics 'from the ground up'. But I never really could understand how (digital) graphic artists do that... "
July 20, 2006
30: new post   Flash Celebrates 10th Anniversary - prepares to integrate with Photoshop
Flash turns 10 today. The Wired article includes an interview with Flash senior product manager Mike Downey, where he discusses the upcoming integration of Flash with Photoshop and the planned release of Flash 9 for Linux.
Aug 8, 2006
31: new post   Stock Photography Websites
"I had never really thought about using some of my mountain of photo's to generate a bit of extra cash. Not until I got talking to a photographer friend who is making a little money from one of the bigger stock sites out there."
Oct 26, 2006
32: new post   Monitor Calibration
"My boss is certain that all other computers display colors like hers..."
Oct 28, 2006
33: new post   Adobe To Take Photoshop Online
"Hoping to get a jump on Google and other competitors, Adobe Systems plans to release a hosted version of its popular Photoshop image-editing application within six months, the company's chief executive said Tuesday."
Mar 1, 2007
34: new post   Open Source Graphics Software - Any That is Really Professional Quality?
"Is open source software an option yet for doing serious graphics, especially digital photography (including extensive retouching)?"
Mar 5, 2007
35: new post   Microsoft Wants Its HD Photo Format to Become The New Standard
"Microsoft...intends to standardize the technology and will be submitting HD Photo to an appropriate standards organization shortly," the company said in a statement. The company plans to announce the move Thursday at the Photo Marketing Association trade show in Las Vegas."
Mar 8, 2007
36: new post   Adobe to Launch Creative Suite 3
"Creative Suite 3, an overhaul of its publishing applications, is scheduled for introduction on March 27, the company confirmed..."
Mar 9, 2007
37: new post   Adobe Launch CS3
"...the most significant product launch in the company's 25-year history".
Mar 27, 2007
38: new post   Optimizing Video for Search Engine Indexing
"WebmasterWorld members share tips and ideas to optimize video for search engine indexing.
July 24, 2007
39: new post   New Microsoft HD Photo Format Could Replace JPEG
"In coming months, 16 national standards groups will formally vote on whether the Joint Photographic Experts Group, after which the JPEG file format is named, should make Microsoft's relatively new HD Photo format a standard."
Aug 2, 2007
40: new post   Image Resizing - a VERY intelligent approach that drops or adds pixels!
Shai Avidan and Ariel Shamir present a new method that resizes images, even to new aspect ratios, without conventional cropping or stretching methods. The algorithm identifies visually important and unimportant pixel data, even along irregular "seams" in the image.
Oct 16, 2007
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