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I often find it hard to find back the old answers that fit the most popular "duplicate".

What do you think of creating a Meta that would be updated (when needed) and would contain all the links to the most popular questions/answers we use as duplicate?

This could be a featured Meta so we could all have a quick access to it. That would make it easier to close-as-duplicate sometimes.

I'd make it simple and as a list. There could be more than one answer for each question.


Resolution for large formats printing:

What resolution should a large format artwork for print be?


How to formulate critique question (e.g. Need feedback on a design project? Read this!)

Guidelines for critique questions


How to convert a Pantone to CMYK:

What is the difference between CMYK and RGB? Are there other color spaces I should know?

Pantone color conversions

Mismatched CMYK Values

How do Pantone coated and uncoated colors relate?


What is bleed?

What is page bleed and how can I avoid issues with it ?

How can I determine how much bleed to use?


How to prepare my files print-ready?

How to prepare a design for CMYK printing?

crop marks for print in photoshop

Which file format is best for printing?


How to change resolution in Photoshop?

Will changing image resolution from 300 to 72 without resampling reduce the quality?


How to make sure my file are using Pantone Spot Colors?

What does it mean when printers have told me my colour is not a Pantone colour, but in my file it is?

How to find a Pantone Color in Illustrator?


How to convert my Pantone colors?

How To Convert Pantone Tint to similar Pantone Color

How to convert Pantone 7C to TPX?

How can one accurately reproduce color from an already printed (hard copy) color block?


RGB to CMYK color conversion

Why are my printed colors duller than expected?

How do I edit my CMYK greens to output as brightly as possible?

RGB and CMYK: Why both?


Working with large files: Performance issues / slow computer

Working with physically large (150''+) canvas sizes


How to use the Pathfinder tool in Illustrator (or how to cut out shapes from another shape)

Pathfinder divide tool on object with gradient mesh

How to make an area transparent in Illustrator

Cut strokes from other shapes via pathfinder

Merging separate paths in Illustrator

How to subtract text from a shape in Adobe Illustrator?

White Lines (Not Strokes) Appearing between shapes after using Pathfinder tool. How do I get rid of them?

How do I clean up my layers after outlining strokes and dividing?


Image dimension difference when importing from Photoshop to Illustrator, why?

Photoshop / Illustrator / InDesign - placed image different dimensions and resolution


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    you can do eet! – Ryan Jan 7 '16 at 19:51
  • @Ryan Then I'll get started on this, Dear Leader! I'm hoping I'll get some help and suggestions from the other users with a big memory too, there's so many questions and good answers on this site! :) – go-junta Jan 7 '16 at 20:30
  • I just added some links. Only one I couldn't find / wasn't sure what you meant is the pathfinder one. There are a bunch of questions, but none broad enough to cover "pathfinder issues". – Yisela Jan 8 '16 at 9:19
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    While fishing for Qs, I also noticed some keep returning but have no real reference we can link to. In those cases, we would need to create a question and answers. For example: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/65172/… Is it worth making another list of Qs we still need? (in this case "How do I determine if my logo is too similar to an existing one?" – Yisela Jan 8 '16 at 10:18
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    While we're looking through common questions, consider this related similar idea (which didn't quite happen... hopefully this attempt will fare better): Can we have a canonical “One beginner design question to (link to) them all”? – user56reinstatemonica8 Jan 8 '16 at 22:55
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Here are some other possible questions based on votes. I'll keep adding more as I find them. Ideally, we should make sure the ones we use as reference Qs are cleared of long comment exchanges and generally well-presented :P

Print:

Font identification and pairing:

Finding assets:

Design, designers and creativity:

Software:

Image Quality:

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