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General Discussion

Workflow with images


When building a website, do you use an app or any special software to manage your images?

Sometimes you need to know the image size, dimensions, or even you need a preview

with my mac I use finder to preview an image, or even I open Fireworks to preview it, then I return to my code editor and so on

it's cumbersome.

So what do you suggest me to use in order to make my work flow more effective?

especially when dealing with images


1 Answer

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Hey Aldo, sorry for the late reply. I'm on a PC, so I can't really help with customizing your operating system directly. However, since I use various Adobe products, when I have lots of photos, I use Adobe Bridge to browse through them and organize. Bridge will even show information for Camera RAW file-types. Something to think about if you are dealing with lots of photos and images.