A tool in graphic software that allows the user to select parts of an image, for example areas with the same color.
Guidelines in page layout software to show the user
the body copy areas. It also allows the user to specify the dimensions.
Margins/guidelines do not print.
See clipping path.
A feature found in page layout software that allows
the user to create a consistent page layout. Repeating elements like
page numbers are created once on a master. This allows the user to avoid
adding the numbers to each page manually.
Logos created specifically for use within the medical industry. The term is used to refer to hospital logos, clinic logos and healthcare logos in general.
"Pre-designed" medical logos
Examples of medical logos
Examples of hospital logos
The working space that reflects the current color profile
of a monitor.
A web graphics special effect that changes color on
a graphic when you place your cursor over it.
Multimedia is a form of communication that combines
text, still or moving images, sound etc.