So says NetFlix, thus making the change to theirs. The story is here.
Remember this is from a Ad Publication website so they really get into all the curves and shapes and thin lines of the whole thing. I recall when I taught about fonts at the colleges most folks did not know serif from sans-serif and which was easier to read. Today there are thousands of fonts, and a variety of Times and Helvetica two of the big time originals.
Also remember the days of needing to install any special font for the users to see. That’s also when systems began the blout as they came with new upgrades. Quite an interesting history and fun topic.
It is always easy to show things in person, photos especially. But what if you need to use the Web to show things. They are there and you are elsewhere. Putting things on the Web would mean finding a secure site, uploading, writing description and much more. With Lightroom all of this goes away and the steps are easy for both sides. The article also adds some great tips.
Why now make your brochure match your website. After all the recognized look will attract attention and folks know it is you. There a several fantastically clever designs that do just that. It give your mind ideas and what you can do. So lets see your work!! Share and share alike!!
A review of Adobe’s Project Felix and how to use it to maximum use. Review goes quite into detail. I think that Adobe has figured out how to make money by just offering space. The web software seems to have taken over.