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    I see that alot of people stick to the default times new romans font. As a designer, I say that's no good because we(I) have grown acostumed to seen crapy sites done in times new romans. Why? 'cause the people don't know how to change the font. Plus, serif fonts are hard to read.:glasses:

    A question. I like linux, but because I have to design and code using my beloved photoshop and dreamweaver (I also use other programs like maya) I have to stick to windows. I basically only use linux when I have free time, which is not very often.

    What programs do you guys use to design and to code(if different)
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    design--->photoshop

    code--->notepad


    that is it all in windows

    I use verdana as my default font.
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    Design-->Photoshop, occasionally Flash, and the warped caverns I call a brain.

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    Photoshop for design, and Dreamweaver MX for coding. I usually use Verdana as my default font, but as you can see even that is getting trendy, and the type of site I'm designing is always a factor in what font I use.

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    Photoshop for design, Dreamweaver MX for coding, and either Verdana or Arial as my default font.

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    Design -> Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, 3DSMax (occasionally)

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    transio,
    do you use visualStudio.NET for asp? What kinda language is asp similar to? for instance, php is similar to C. I know what it is, I just never used it. If you are developing database applications using asp, do you have to have a local database or does VS.NET emulates it for you? One last thing, what have you hear of how asp compares to php?
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    Originally posted by nepharo
    I see that alot of people stick to the default times new romans font. As a designer, I say that's no good because we(I) have grown acostumed to seen crapy sites done in times new romans. Why? 'cause the people don't know how to change the font. Plus, serif fonts are hard to read.:glasses:
    Technically, serif fonts are easier to read because the serifs clue your eye to the letter faster than sans serifs. It just doesn't look good on a page.
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    Design:
    Photoshop, and occasional Illustartor.

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    Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, in that sequence.
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    man i wish more people would go hard core notepad it is great.
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