Monthly Archive: February 2016

Why We’re Blue

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We’re getting bluer. Or at least our art is. A recent article in the Daily Mail noted a study wherein artwork from the past 2 centuries was composited into a graph. At around 1920, there appears a definite uptick in the use of blue. So what happened? There’s speculation that are color preferences have changed, that …

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Photoshop – an Interview

Webdesigner Depot recently published an interview with Stephen Nielson, Senior Product Manager for Photoshop, discussing both the development history of Photoshop, and where it’s going to.   It’s a very interesting read, and I’d recommend you take a look at it. Photoshop recently celebrated its 25th birthday?! Seems like just the other day that I …

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