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So you’ve build out an attractive standard banner size (300×250). The client approves of your design, and now it’s time to build out the banner to different sizes. Some sizes are larger and some are smaller than your initial 300×250. The larger sizes like 160×600, 728×90, and 300×600, are easier to build out because you have a lot of room to play with.
We work with non-designers every day who have questions on how to resize images for Photoshop and how to choose proper dimensions and specs for an optimal outcome. In the interest of saving you back-and-forth time with your own Creative team, here are step-by-step instructions (and some tips and tricks) on how to resize an image in Photoshop and how to choose the right specs. 1.
Working with a design team results in some fantastic advertising, but communication hangups can put snags in the process. Make sure you know exactly what you’re asking your team for by keeping these terms in mind: ai – Adobe Illustrator file Bitmap (raster) – Image file comprised of pixels in a grid that has a fixed resolution and cannot be re-sized without losing image qua ...