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Convert Inline SVG to an Editable Vector File

Posted on: May 6th, 2020 by Dan Lingenfelter   |  

When it’s necessary to edit SVG-based artwork, it may sometimes be required to first convert inline SVG code to an editable vector file. Learn how to!

Need a Jump?

Posted on: April 16th, 2020 by Dan Lingenfelter   |   No Comments

It’s been several weeks now that most of us have lived everyday life within a “shelter-in-place” bubble. But there is something about tough times that reveals the best qualities in people. There’s an understanding that helping others can enable us to rise above our own problems.

Restore Legacy Transform Scale Behavior to Photoshop CC 2019 – Revisited

Posted on: October 24th, 2019 by Dan Lingenfelter   |   No Comments

The 2019 version of PhotoShop CC offers numerous functionality updates that are certain to improve the ease and efficiency of everyday workflows. On the other hand, one specific update changes the default functionality of the application’s transform scale tool. If you’re accustomed to holding the “Shift” key to maintain image proportions while scaling, then fear not. We have a fix!

Missing – Adobe Illustrator Smart Guides

Posted on: February 19th, 2019 by Dan Lingenfelter   |   No Comments

I was recently working in Adobe Illustrator when I noticed that the application’s “Smart Guides” were not displaying as I moved individual elements of the icon that I was creating. If you’ve used Adobe Illustrator for a while, then you know how inconvenient it is to lose these helpful, dynamic assistants. We may be able to help you get them back.

Restore Legacy Transform Scale Behavior to Photoshop CC 2019

Posted on: November 19th, 2018 by Dan Lingenfelter   |   No Comments

The 2019 version of PhotoShop CC offers numerous functionality updates that are certain to improve the ease and efficiency of everyday workflows. On the other hand, one specific update changes the default functionality of the application’s transform scale tool. If you’re accustomed to holding the “Shift” key to maintain image proportions while scaling, then fear not. We have a fix!

Eyedeal Graphics at the Wadsworth High School

Posted on: November 6th, 2018 by Dan Lingenfelter   |   No Comments

Eyedeal Graphics is thankful to have been able to participate with the Wadsworth High School Career Day held October 26. Career Day allows junior and senior students an opportunity to learn more about 2 career options by attending 30 minute sessions with a presenter from the profession. Brianna Klopfenstein from our team presented graphic and […]

Capture Full Page Screenshots

Posted on: July 16th, 2017 by Dan Lingenfelter   |  

Wouldn’t it be great to have the ability to capture an entire web page, regardless of it’s length, in one screenshot. Thankfully this feature is a reality in several of the major browsers and it is available right out of the box…although you might have to dig a little in the box to enable it. Learn how it works.

Temporarily Disable InDesign Snap to Guides

Posted on: February 2nd, 2016 by Dan Lingenfelter   |  

Learn how convenient and simple it is to temporarily disable Adobe InDesign’s “Snap To” feature while positioning layout elements in your artwork. This tip comes in handy if your artwork elements are auto snapping to the wrong position.

Eyedeal Graphics V6

Posted on: September 8th, 2015 by Dan Lingenfelter   |  

With the increased use of internet connected mobile devices, its a simple fact that any modern website needs to provide a responsive presentation. In other words, a successful website should be just as engaging, aesthetically and functionally, on a phone or tablet device as it is on a 27 inch widescreen display.

Sharpen Your Image

Posted on: September 4th, 2015 by Dan Lingenfelter   |  

“Image” is the public face of your business within the local, regional or global marketing community. It plays a key role in attracting people to your organization and the products and services that you offer. Is your business image still visually relevant or does it pine for a little love?