Posts tagged with ‘Image Tools’

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How to resize images for your website or blog

by Frogtown

    Need to crop, resize, flip, rotate or add special effects to an image?  http://www.picresize.com is a free web-based tool that allows you to upload and edit your images.  The tool comes in very handy when you need a specific image size to use on your website.

    Can’t find that perfect image?

    by Frogtown

      Using images on a website is not only a great way to portray mood and emotion, but it also can break up text and make it easier to read. Most of us are not professional photographers and I don’t think I’ve ever used one of my own pictures.  Fortunately for the rest of us, there […]

      WhatTheFont! Great tool for identifying fonts

      by Frogtown
        What the Font

        Have you ever seen a website graphic or ad and wanted to know what font they used?  What the Font! lets you upload an image with the font and the site will find the closest match for you. So if your wondering what font they use in the ‘got milk?’ campaign, just load the image […]

        Defining Web Safe Colors

        by Frogtown

          Using colors that are consistent between different browsers and operating systems can be quite a challenge.  We’re working on a new north Georgia web design this week and really struggling to find the right shade of green.  What looks good on one monitor is just a little off on another one. A good idea when […]