Custom Design of 20 Foot Trade Show Display Here's a display we designed with a brief summary of our graphic design process: Discuss specs and requirements Mock-up with proper scale and dimensions CorelDraw X6 64-bit Create new iconized version of company logo Adhere to company's color palette Integrate background elements Rough in text elements Generate PNG for client review Iterate, tweak and finalize Output for print Exported in sections (do to enormous size of files) Reassembled in Adobe Photoshop CC Save as 8-bit CMYK TIF @ 150 dpi Upload to printer via FTP The biggest challenge was not in the design, but in the output of the large TIF file. The final output was 44K (yes thousand) pixels wide. I solved this by exporting the graphics in smaller sections, and reassembling in a layered Photoshop file. Patrick LaJuett manages a website design agency : + LaJuett.com , where he supports clients as a Web technology consultant and sea
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Company Logo Design by LaJuett A New York city based custom jewelry manufacturer hired us to design and develop a new company logo. Logo design and branding for jewelry company in NYC. Patrick LaJuett operates a website design and marketing agency where he supports his clients as a Web technology consultant and search marketing strategy advisor.
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Web browser pioneer backs new way to surf Internet RockMelt http://ping.fm/pIHDG From first glance, it appears to be re-skinned version of Google's Chrome. I like the concept, the ability to adjust the browser and adapt it so that it makes common tasks easy and connected. Beyond simple toolbars, but more like customizable task panes that integrate with third party apps.