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DeityThemes
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1280×1520

Working with Samsung 24” at 1920×1080

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revaxarts
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1280×1024, 1980×1080, 1280×1024

4.759.840 pixels to work with :D

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RikdeVos
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1920×1080, 1920×1080

2 Samsung 23” screens :-D I can’t remember what it’s like working with a small screen.

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revaxarts
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my first website was made on a fifteen inch screen with 1024×768 pixels :O

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amatyr4n
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Hello everyone :)

Just want to know the resolution you are using in your works.

I’m using 1366×768 pixels

Same here :D

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FRESHFACE
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2560×1440

I used to have 2×1680x1050 next to each other, but I decided to just buy one larger and more expensive -> saves money in the long run. It also saves a lot of space on my desk now and my neck don’t hurt that much from a previous constant movement left to right.

I’ve switched to Mac and their Spaces are really working for me, I have 9 of them set and I don’t notice any slow downs in my work flow – though after a few months of practice… It’s like having 9 displays but instead of moving your head around, you just press a hotkey :)

So instead of buying more displays, I’ve invested in a better one (but only one) and learned a new work flow – worked for me well so far, very happy.

And my suggestion to all the designers here: buy much bigger display, specifically big in height because the more you see of your layout, the more consistent your vertical rhythms and spacing will be. You can of course zoom out on smaller displays but it won’t give you a proper “feeling”. It’s a similar difference in terms of significance like browsing a design in Photoshop versus browsing the working version in a web browser – I am sure you know what I mean.

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campolar
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1920×1080 (1080p) + 1280×1024

dual monitors with extended setup

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Morad
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. . .

And my suggestion to all the designers here: buy much bigger display, specifically big in height because the more you see of your layout, the more consistent your vertical rhythms and spacing will be. You can of course zoom out on smaller displays but it won’t give you a proper “feeling”. It’s a similar difference in terms of significance like browsing a design in Photoshop versus browsing the working version in a web browser – I am sure you know what I mean.

That’s absolutely right and important!

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Zeplix
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Greatly depends on what I’m doing!

For backgrounds, something around 2000×2000, for textures something around… as big as I have them. When doing tutorials, it also differs. Though I’ve somewhat settled down at recording it at fullscreen resolution (1600×1200) and rendering it out at 1200×900 resolution.

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lifwanian
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2560×1440 :D

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