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Portfolio Flow for Portfolio Server makes it a snap to keep assets flowing.

Available for iPhone®, iPad®, iPod® and Android, Portfolio Flow™ allows your team to be more efficient—even when they’re not at their desks. Using a mobile device, users can tag assets on the go and upload them directly to Portfolio Server™. Portfolio Flow for Mobile: Select, Tag, Upload, Done! It’s that simple. Continue Reading »

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Hey San Francisco, New York, London and beyond—bring efficiency to font management in your Creative Cloud workflow with this free webcast.

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Fonts. You love them. From cool to crazy, free and open source to extremely expensive, there are a massive number of fonts in the world. You want to collect them all for current and future projects.

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Your font management system may be broken

We recently surveyed more than 2,000 designers about font usage, with the findings informing the lovely infographic below. This brought to light a few key, underlying findings:

  • About half the designers out there are using inferior and/or pirated fonts
  • Most designers don’t understand their licenses and are therefore subject to penalties, which can be substantially costly and embarrassing for their company or client

Font Shui: Restore Order & Balance to Your Font Universe [infographic]

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WebVisions PDX Wrap-up Dangerous Thinkers

WebVisions PDX Wrap-up

Last week, participants came together from all over the USA for WebVisions. The event took place in our back yard in Portland, Oregon. It felt intimate and buzzed with energy. Attendees were eager to compare notes and share stories after each talk. WebVisions is geared toward content creators, designers and developers tasked with pushing the boundaries of communication design. Read on for our WebVisions PDX Wrap-up.

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The Brief Sucks. Now Go Make Some Magic!

You may not have everything you need before designing, but at least you’ll know what needs to be there before pushing your first pixel.

If your client has established a solid brand and provides good assets to work with, you’re likely in for a nice project experience as a designer. If not, it can be a long slog. Either way, it’s your job to deliver. This Part One of two looks at the basic building blocks of a solid creative brief, solid brand guidelines, and tips on how to compensate and deliver even when neither is in particular good order on the client’s side. 

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