After several Flash versions of my portfolio, I have migrated my content and work samples back to an HTML & CSS website. The new website uses ExpressionEngine to manage the content, making it easier to maintain and expand upon.
I’m working to incorporate some more varied fonts into a new design without resorting to Flash or image replacement.
Let’s say you need to take a screenshot of a website for your portfolio. A common task, right? If you are on a PC, simply print screen, paste in Photoshop, and away you go. On the Mac, use some unintuitive key combination, open in Photoshop, and wait! The color is different.
Informative post at the IEBlog on the differences between the various modes of IE8—worth skimming to see if any of the cases apply to you.
I recently read a nice little guide called “Twenty-two tips on typography…”
Adobe Soundbooth CS4 looks to be a very useful audio editing application.