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5.2 – Tools We’ll be Using

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57 Responses to 5.2 – Tools We’ll be Using

  • Buzzy Amos says:

    I think it is great that you are giving us other sources to help with building our sites in addition to the features that Artisteer has. I think this shows that you are not just an Artisteer “salesman” so to speak. Another thing I like about your learning interface is the size of your screen. It is small enough so that if you are using a laptop to work from, it gives us more room to fit other windows in. I am a lot better at giving compliments than finding things wrong but I will try as I go along. However, I think your approach and simply what you are doing is great.

  • Sander says:

    Thanks again for this module.
    It’s great to check up on the links you’re mentioning.
    Can’t wait to go to the next module.

    Thanks again for your effort. It’s making my designing skills a lot better.

  • Lyn says:

    I am new to artisteer…I am really enjoying your tutorials and learning a lot, thank you for taking the time to make them.

  • John says:

    Good …I mean reeeeaaaal good!

    BTW, we use coloUr up here in Canada too …though when I first learned HTML around ’06 I switched to colOr which, not only works in code but you don’t get all the auto-spell errors :)

    Chrome is your browser of choice? Has been mine for a year or so and liking it (speed).

    Okay, okay, I’ll go do my homework now …ah crap, the dog just ate it!

    Thanks again!

  • Sharon says:

    These video tutorials are awesome and thank goodness you don’t go at break neck speed like i have seen so many others do and its hard to follow along with them when its so fast. This is great i love your videos and how detailed they are. Keep up the fantastic job your doing teaching others what a great theme this seems to be.

  • Kat says:

    Went to the color scheme site back when you first suggested it … fun place.
    Apparently people who donate love Martha Stewart palettes … lol
    Did find some fun and interesting background patterns there too.

    Just was trying to figure out the google web font thing and here you are going over that.
    Over the year I have purchased a lot of web fonts …it is nice to know they are incorporated now in Artisteer and no longer need to be hand coded.

    Liked the subtle fonts site recommend too.
    Saves making my own in photoshop.

    Good job!

    Well worth the time spent so far :)
    Thank you!

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