Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Optimizing Images for the Web

Summary of Optimizing Images for the Web (session led by Stephen Naron) is on other blog (excerpt: "Try to keep graphic files less than 35K in size. Standard resolution for Web graphics is 72 dpi. Aim for graphic not larger than 600 pixels. More than that may require scrolling on smaller monitors. TIF ideal for high-fidelity masters; GIF for text-heavy images; JPEG for downsized photographs.")

Note (12/13/07): at office workstation, use Irfanview for cropping, resizing, etc., but MS Paint for drawing.

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