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  1. Howdy! I currently use Photoshop at work to create web ad sets and I'm wondering if my Photoshop workflow exists in some approximation in Affinity Photo or Designer (My main issue with Photoshop at the moment is the ad sets I create end up being very large files which makes Photoshop crawl). Photoshop Ad set process - Create new document with 1080x1080 artboard - Place linked .PSD image into document (this keeps the overall doc size down as opposed to embedding images allows me to edit the linked image at any time with said edits being made to every single artboard that contains that linked image) - After adding desired text, shapes, etc. I will then name my artboard something like Ad-V1-1080x1080.jpg10 (appending the .jpg10 will allow me to use the "generate assets" function in PS which makes saving out images very easy). - I'll then duplicate the artboard so I can make an ad variant with different copy or imagery layout. At the end of the process I may end up with 30 artboards with differing dimensions for various social platforms (1080x1080, 1200x628, 1024x512, etc) At the end of the process I'll go to File> Generate> Image Assets and PS will save all of my individual artboards as jpegs and place them into a single asset folder. Questions - It looks like Affinity Photo doesn't have artboards so I'm guessing I'll need to primarily work in Affinity Designer for this process but is there a "linked" function so that I can place an Affinity Photo doc into Designer? Would this function allow me to edit the original photo file in Affinity Photo still and would those edits are saved would they be reflected in all of my artboards within Affinity Designer? - Is there any automated process like PS generate assets? This really just allows me to skip multiple export windows and when I save my doc only new changes to artboards will be rendered to the assets folder meaning I don't have to re-render every single artboard...only the ones that I've made new edits to. - If this process (or something close to it) doesn't exist does anyone have any ad creation workflow suggestions or tutorials that I could check out? The Affinity programs are so much faster and I would love to spend more time in them as opposed to ole Photoshop. Thank you for taking a look at this!
  2. :) How about artboard settings for Google, Bing and Yahoo ad sizes?
  3. Hi, As Affinity is a great tool to create web banners, could it be possible to integrate in the new document web presets, all the ads standard banners format (as defined by IAB Interactive Advertising Bureau)?
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