I bounce back and for between the two. They actually work pretty good together. Only because I find doing certain things easier in one than the other.
Overall. I choose photoshop because I got used to it. As contempoinc said, it’s down to personal preference. :- )
Also, was fireworks competition for photoshop before the amalgamation of adobe and macromedia?
I set about 2 days just for designing as I never send a design to a client without viewing it the day after with my “fresh eyes” on.
I’ve often gone to bed thinking “job well done” then wake up in the morning and cringe.
I saw this the other day and was Wowed. It is as said one of the best admin themes on here. I have a back-end project coming up and I just hope I dont have the time to design something myself so I can use this
Also, 16 Sales in 4 days isn’t all that bad isit? : – )
I’m sure they will rapidly increase soon.
Likely venues are either Manchester or London, due to ease of access on trains etc.
Sounds like a plan. Hopefully enough people take interest for this to happen.
I vote for London if it’s between the two. Simply because I am back and for there anyway.
Well my name came from my mom and dad
Personally I find photoshop the better design programme. (Edit, which is totally irrelevant because you said web development… Doh!)
I use fireworks for creating product mock ups for clients. Simply because I love their pages, hotspots and slice tool.
They both have their pro’s and con’s I think.
Used to play football, rugby and box when I was younger, but after two footing into the business world they all slowly drifted away from me.
I do still run and go to the gym tho.
Movies/Music, coffee/red bull, doddle pad
Good question… it was my understanding that you can use images at your own risk in the Live Preview (meaning, you can use iStock images, etc.), but that they can’t be in the actual downloaded product. I’m not sure what the official distinction is though. Anyone know?
I think this is the case. As this template does exactly that!