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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Sites for Free Graphics, 11/06/12

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In thinking of the graphic signature (look and feel) of your site as communicated effectively through the banner, buttons, and color palette, you may need to do a little more exploration for graphics.

In class you will be able to explore a number of sites to work on your banner as we begin the next exercise:
Note: When you start to download free material, remember to save the graphics in your masters subfolder of the images folder. Be sure to name any file you download with the site name prior to the graphic filename; for example, brownielocks-dribblessplats.jpg. Then, as you acquire graphics from brownielocks and other vendors, the files will be together in the masters subfolder. Remember, you need to credit all your graphics sources and provide links to the graphic (or at least to the site if you cannot link to the graphic). It is very important that you keep all of these files straight, so take care.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Andrew Parksons said...

Aside from the mentioned sources, you can also visit stock images websites for your exploration for graphics. While most of the images are offered at a determined price, some are free to use. They will have the same rules, like crediting the source of the image you will use.

Andrew
ijobasia.com - website design and development company based in Florida.

November 23, 2012 at 10:54 AM  
Blogger Jhann Abrum said...

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January 2, 2014 at 8:58 AM  
Blogger Jhann Abrum said...

Material Control Techniques have reduced the problems of handling large websites to stages never seen in the past. With a useful and effective cms for web designers, organizations and organizations can get rid of the whole IT divisions which are accountable for handling the company web websites.

January 2, 2014 at 8:59 AM  

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