Mobile, Alabama, US, exact vector street City Plan map V3.09, full editable, Adobe Illustrator, full vector, scalable, editable text format street names, 7 mb ZIP
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City in Alabama
Mobile is the county seat of Mobile County, Alabama, United States. The population within the city limits was 195,111 as of the 2010 United States Census, making it the third most populous city in Alabama, the most populous in Mobile County, and the largest municipality on the Gulf Coast between New Orleans, Louisiana, and St. Petersburg, Florida.
Population: 194,899 (2013)
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The brilliance of Kuler
If you haven't visited Kuler lately, it's time for another look. Kuler is a Web site for exploring and creating color themes. Any of the 40,000+ color themes on Kuler can be downloaded as ASE files and used in InDesign, Illustrator or Photoshop CS2 or CS3.
This is brilliant. Adobe could have hired a team of color experts and locked them in a room until they developed 40,000 color themes, and then included these themes with the Creative Suite installers. Aside from the considerable time and expense it would take to do this, the themes developed this way would not begin to match the incredible variety and creativity of color themes created by a diverse user community. This is a prime example of how Adobe is trying to figure out how to connect desktop applications to the riches of user-generated content.
Another great feature of Kuler: Upload an image to Kuler (Create > From an Image), and Kuler will extract a color theme from the dominant colors of the image, depending on your selection of Colorful, Bright, Muted, Deep, or Dark colors.
There are four ways to access Kuler color themes:
1. The Kuler Web site.
2. The Kuler desktop application, which, among other features, allows you to "tear off" selected themes and float them over your on-screen project, just as you might hold a printed swatch book up to a printed page to judge color relationships.
3. The Kuler panel in Illustrator CS3 (Window > Adobe Labs > Kuler).
4. The Kuler desktop widget for Mac.
See Adobe Labs for more information about Kuler, as well as links to download the Kuler desktop app and desktop widget. See also Kuler help, a tutorial, and a previous post about Kuler.
InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat plug-in guide
A PDF guide to all known InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat third-party plug-ins is available here. The number of plug-ins available to extend the functionality of InDesign, in particular, is growing all the time. Check it out. You just might find a plug-in to save you a lot of work on your next project.
Free user interface stencils
If you ever need to mock up Web pages, applications, forms or other user interfaces in Illustrator or Photoshop, check this out: The Yahoo Developer Network features a set of free "Design Stencils." This collection of Web user interface widgets and doodads includes calendars, charts, tables, switches, knobs, sliders, form fields, check boxes, radio buttons, menus, navigation items, etc. downloadable as PDF (for Illustrator) or PNG (for Photoshop) files. The PDF files can be easily edited in Illustrator to include your desired text or colors. A great time saver for designers who create user interface mockups for specifications or user feedback.
(Thanks to the creativebits blog for this find!)
Today Adobe announced Creative Suite 5.5. If you'll recall, CS 5 was announced April 12, 2010 and began shipping on April 30, 2010. Adobe has indicated that their intent is to ship a new version of the Creative Suite every 2 years, with a mid-cycle "dot release" to address current technology changes and trends.
See Adobe.com and Adobe TV for a good overview of the new features and capabilities suite-wide. See InDesignSecrets for a good rundown of the new features in InDesign CS 5.5.
Bottom line: The update contains Acrobat X, changes to InDesign, InCopy, Flash Catalyst, Flash Professional, Dreamweaver, After Effects, Audition, Device Central, and Media Encoder, as well as a new (optional) subscription pricing model, and integration of the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Note specifically that this update doesn't add any new features to Illustrator or Photoshop.
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