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  1. Hello everyone, From today i believe i have to start sharing few of our design works (actually i'm working alone but i do build a team from time to time depending on project size ) Most of our client/requesters are Church based and we really enjoy doing stuffs for them but what you will se here is more about Smarty Studio standing with other studio/teams together into what is to become Congolese Design Style. Well each country have it's own style of design but Congo doesn't have a proper thus most of Congolese designers simply clone/copy styles from everywhere. This is a beginning, please your inputs on each design palet/kit will be of great help and will help us improving better. Blessings !
  2. Is it possible to add compatibility with SVGO https://jakearchibald.github.io/svgomg/ It is the most popular SVG optimizer for the web. Exported SVG files would be a way lighter. And it would be good to have a checkbox for exporting inline styles as classes it is useful for colorizing SVG using JS or CSS.
  3. There is inconsistency in the colour rendering between what is viewed on screen (2017 MacBook pro – calibrated) and some of the default pdf export options. I have tested this on the defaults for PRINT, WEB and FLATTEN. The document is set up as CMYK and the placed image is also set as CMYK – as are all the colours used in the document. The image enclosed here is a screen capture of the Publisher working document. WYO-AS-Screen Capture.pdf
  4. Hello: I did read that y'all don't have in mind make a animation software, but I really would like that y'all make one, there a lot of peoples that would like that Affinity make a animation software. I'm willing to pay for it. I would like that in the future y'all expand the software area to something like following: - Animation Software. - Video Editor Software. - 3D software. - IDE for web programming or even desktop application (Using affinity designer for the GUI and pass the design to the IDE and continue working with it). I would like please put some of those in your plans, y'all can open a donation web site and get founds for make this projects. Let us know.
  5. Has there been any discussion to include a resource so that pdf files can be made interactive? That was one of my main reasons to sign up for InDesign and I believe would be a great add onto publisher. I have downloaded the Beta version and was disappointed that this option was not available.
  6. There are a number of requests here for InDesign/Word DOCX/IDML/Markdown import as well as EPUB export, but nothing really looking at the big picture of how this should fit within a workflow of producing content for web and in print. Most of these seem to imply replicating InDesign's functionality – but these features could be much better implemented. In my experience, InDesign's text import and EPUB export are both rather grim. The Word import function doesn't import styles in a particularly useful manner, often taking far too much from the source document that then needs to be cleaned out. I use Pandoc instead to convert DOCX to Markdown and clean up the file with a text editor. I can then export to HTML or EPUB for a Web version, and ICML for a nicely typeset print version with InDesign. Rather than have Affinity Publisher become bloated with Web features that become quickly outdated and don't work properly in the first place, as InDesign has, I would like to see it focus on professional typesetting for print while integrating with other applications to enable technology-independent content creation.
  7. Hello there, I'm new here, so please bear with me. Been playing with AD for a couple of days (Awesome piece of software!), and here is my first professional work using it (I made this for my client). Hope you like it!
  8. Hi guys! I needed to create a custom design for a Brand manual and I was struggling with the fact that there's no layout grid option like sketch. So I decided to download the illustrator templates of the 960.gs grid system and adapt it to affinity designer using the constraints (so no matter how wide your artboard is, the grid will always strech porportionally). Hope you find this as useful as me. You've got three files: 12 column layout 16 column layout 24 column layout Happy designing! 960_grid_12_col.afdesign 960_grid_16_col.afdesign 960_grid_24_col.afdesign
  9. Hi, I'm facing an issue when I export SVG with Affinity Designer. I'm working on a website and would like to export an SVG in the best way following some guidelines describes here : https://www.sarasoueidan.com/blog/svg-tips-for-designers/. My Issue : I want to export in SVG a shape and move it with code. When I export it, I get a <path d="..."> instead of a <polygon> or <rectangle>. Sadly I'd like to have a <polygon> object in order to move it with Javascript. Can anyone tell me what am I doing wrong ? I would like to do someting like that <polygon points="215, 110 0, 110 0, 0 47.7, 0 215, 0"/> But I get path like this <path d="M1920,0l-1669.99,0l-250.011,0l0,1200l1920,0l0,-305.211l0,-894.789Z" style="fill:#fa9090;"/> animation.svg pos2.svg pos3.svg
  10. Expecting a web designing platform like lost "Serif WebPlus"(http://www.serif.com/webplus/) or something something better than it...so that we can design website creatively...!!! :^)
  11. It would be great if we can get the HEX input/listing on all of the color sliders. I know it shows up on the RGB Hex setting but if I'm working in one of the other slider color spaces I need to constantly switch back to the RGB Hex to read a HEX value. It would be a great time saver. We could also have an option to have it appear or not appear on each of the color sliders in case there are people who do not need it to be shown. Cheers!
  12. Root Vegetable and Apple Hash Baked Together With Eggs 2 to 4 servings Pantry staples berries, apples and onions really are a timeless Blend of sweet and sour flavors for just about every meal of their day. Baking the beans directly onto the baking sheet makes for a no-fuss, no-muss meal in minutes, and a fast cleanup. Don't Hesitate to mix and match the components according to Anything you've got readily available - several sorts of potatoes, onions and apples may do the job nicely nicely here, from Yukon Gold sausage to Vidalia onions into Honeycrisp apples. From Washington foods author and editor Kristen Hartke. Ingredients 2 russet potatoes, peeled, and then cut into 1/2-inch bits 1) red onion, coarsely chopped 1 Granny Smith apple, cored and cut into 1/2-inch pieces Inch Cripps Pink apple, then cut into 1/2-inch pieces 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon salt, or even more as needed 4 large eggs 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper, or more as Wanted Steps Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Toss the potatoes, apples and onion using the oil and also Salt onto a rimmed baking sheet before evenly coated, then spreading them at a layer. Simmer for Thirty Minutes or until the veggies and citrus Get started to decorate and brown. Push apart a few of this hash to generate four spots to the eggs, and closely split each egg into one of the spaces that are cleared. this great website Simmer for 5 minutes or before the whites of the eggs are Merely place but the yolks are still runny. Time with the pepper and more salt, if you prefer. Drink Warm. Nutrition | Per serving (based on 4): 280 calories, 9 gram Protein, 33 grams carbohydrates, 12 grams fat, 3 grams saturated fat, 185 mg cholesterol, 670 mg sodium, 5 g dietary fiber, 1 1 g sugar -- Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas 4 to 6 servings, Healthy Five moments of homework yields a dinner that is yummy Little clean up, due to some sheet pan (or as WaPoFood requires it, a baking sheet) along with also a small number of substances. Tossing the lettuce and chicken together with the Basic Red Wine Vinaigrette lets for some added layers of flavor, but vegetable oil will probably continue to work good. Thinning Cashew Cream (see recipe, Page E E 9) using just a little water and lemon juice offers a quick alternate to sour cream whenever there's no time to run into the shop. Flank beef, pork tenderloin or portobello mushrooms can Be substituted for the chicken with no switch to the cooking method. Tailored from a recipe Overall Foods Industry website. Ingredients 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breast halves (no more Tenderloins), cut into 1/2-inch-thick pieces 2 green bell peppers, stemmed, seeded and thinly sliced 1 medium red onion, thinly sliced 2 tsp garlic, coarsely chopped 2 tablespoons Basic Red Wine Vinaigrette (see recipe FOOD-SAUCES narrative) or vegetable oil 1 tablespoon chili powder 1 teaspoon salt 6 flour tortillas, warmed, for serving Sour cream, for serving (can substitute a Cashew Cream Mixture; visit headnote) Steps Pre heat the oven to 400 degrees. Toss together the chicken, peppers, garlic, onion, Vinaigrette or acrylic, chili powder and salt in a large mixing bowl until evenly coated. Spread on a big, rimmed baking sheet and bake for 25 to half an hour or until veggies are tender and chicken is cooked, stirring halfway through cooking. visit website get information During the past Five minutes of baking, wrap tortillas in Aluminum foil and put in the oven till heated through, or wrap the heap of tortillas in fresh, moist paper towels and microwave on HIGH for 1 minute. Divide the fajita mixture among hot tortillas; serve Warm with sour cream. Diet | Per serving (according to 6, with vinaigrette): 140 calories, 18 grams protein, 5 g carbs, 5 grams fat, 1 g saturated fat, 55 mg cholesterol, 500 mg sodium, 2 grams dietary fiber, 2 g sugar -- Mini Lasagna Cups 1-2 2 servings, Balanced An bundle of wonton wrappers and a Muffin-pan mix For convenient single-serving portions of lasagna, able to grab and also proceed to get a quick lunch or dinner. This variant is created out of veggies straight from the freezer however is easily adaptable for a favourite fillings, including crumbled Italian sausage, sausage and bell peppers. You are going to want a typical muffin pan with 1 2 wells. Won Ton wrappers Are Offered in Asian markets, plus they Also are usually seen in food markets today, often in the manufacture section. MAKE AHEAD: The cups could be assembled a day ahead, Coated and simmer at the pan until ready to inhale. The roasted miniature lasagna cups can be refrigerated, coated or individually wrapped, for upto 3 times. From Washington foodstuff author and editor Kristen Hartke. Ingredients 1 cup frozen chopped spinach, defrosted 1 cup part-skim ricotta cheese 1 tsp seasoning blend, such as Trader Joe's 2-1 Seasoning Salute 1/2 tsp salt 2 cups low-fat shredded mozzarella cheese 3 6 square wonton wrappers 1 cup frozen diced carrots, De-frosted 1 1/2 cups Quick Blender Marinara Sauce (see recipe FOOD-SAUCES narrative), or a Store Bought Tomato-sauce from your selection Freshly ground black pepper Steps Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Wrap the defrosted spinach in a few layers of newspaper Towels and squeeze out any excess moisture, then move the lettuce into your mixing bowl with all the ricotta cheese, then the seasoning mix along with salt, stirring until well integrated. Place half the mix in another mixing bowl ; Stir in 1 cup of the shredded mozzarella. Utilize baking soda spray to lightly grease the muffin pan. Blend a won ton wrapper into each and every well with the corners of their wrappers up and on the borders of the nicely. https://twitter.com/advisorsblender Evenly split the ricotta-spinach mix in every Wonton-wrapper-covered nicely, then add a separate won ton wrapper in addition to Subsequently divide the grated carrots one of the cups, and then high with a generous teaspoon of the marinara sauce. Fit an third wonton wrapper over the sauce. Evenly split the ricotta-spinach-mozzarella mix Mix over the previous layer of wonton wrappers, then conclude with equally dividing the staying marinara sauce, on a tbsp of shredded mozzarella, along with a few freshly ground black pepper. (only at that point, it is possible to pay the entire pan using vinyl wrap or aluminum foil and then refrigerate over night.) Bake (mid stand) for about 12 to 15 minutes, or before the Cheese on top is melted, browned and bubbling. Serve hot, or let cool before storing. Nutrition | for Each serving: 150 calories, 9 grams protein, 19 g Carbohydrates, 4 g fat, 3 grams saturated fat, 15 mg cholesterol, 580 mg sodium, 1 g dietary fiber, 2 g glucose -- Sheet Pan Moroccan Spaghetti Squash 2 to 4 servings, wholesome While a spaghetti squash can look a little daunting For its thick yellow epidermis, it's clearly not too difficult to cut using a sharp knife. Only begin in the stem and then shove on the knife around length wise until you get back to the stem around the opposite side; then the skillet should easily split in to 2. Spaghetti skillet includes a pleasant feel which, Indeed, does. Mimic spaghetti, but using a buttery taste. Roasting the chickpeas as well as also the currants on the baking sheet with the skillet presents them a glow, caramelized taste, while the spaghetti skillet add crunch. Ingredients 1 spaghetti squash (about 4 lbs), cut Two Length wise seeds reserved 2 tablespoons olive oil, and much more for the seeds 15 ounces canned/cooked no-salt-added chickpeas, drained And rinsed 1/2 cup currants 2 tsp garlic, minced 1/2 tsp seasoning blend, such as Trader Joe's 21 Seasoning Salute Salt Recently ground black pepper Steps Pre heat the oven to 400 levels. Set the squash, cut sides down, on the baking sheet. Coat the squash seeds with a little oil, then spread Them all over the skillet. Simmer for 15 minutes, or until the inverted squash halves are almost tender. Meanwhile, throw with all the chickpeas, currants, Garlic, seasoning combination and two tablespoons of oil at a mixing bowl until evenly coated. Subsequent to the squash and seeds have roasted for a Quarter Hour, Spread the chickpea mixture around the skillet onto the baking sheet; go back to the oven and simmer for a quarter hour or until the skillet is garnished into the touch. Move into the cooker (off the heat). Invert the squash halves. Work with a fork to shred the skillet to noodle-like strands. Top with the chickpea mix and the roasted squash Seeds. Season lightly with pepper and salt serve immediately. Diet | Per serving (based on 4): 400 calories, 1 1 g Protein, 68 g carbohydrates, 13 grams fat, 2 g saturated fat, 0 g cholesterol, 350 mg sodium, 14 g dietary fiber, 29 grams sugar -- Blender Broccoli Cheese Soup 3 portions (makes 3 cups) Developed originally to get a high profile blender such as A Vitamix this recipe is readily adapted to your normal blender and enables a lot of variant depending on everything you have on hand. Frozen broccoli, the two stalks and florets, is a good Option right here. But while you would like to use fresh broccoli, then just steam until it is tender first; raw onion will get the job done nicely, but also cooking the onion until tender really helps to minmise the sharpness. You are able to freeze tablespoon portions of onion ahead of time (visit FOOD-QUICK narrative). Cashew Cream adds a bit creamy feel, but the cheese offers a great deal of creaminess should there isn't Cashew Cream made. MAKE AHEAD: The soup can be refrigerated in an airtight Container for approximately 3 days. Ingredients 2 cups no-salt-added vegetable broth 3 cups frozen broccoli, broccoli, defrosted, plus a few florets for garnish 2 tbsp Cashew Cream (see recipe, FOOD-SAUCES Narrative) 2 tablespoons diced onion 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese, plus more for garnish Salt Freshly ground black pepper Steps Merge the broth, 2 1/2 cups of this broccoli, the Cashew Cream and onion in a capsule; get started to combine in very low, then slowly increase to top until smooth and prevailed. Insert the rest 1/2 cup of broccoli florets; pulse a Few times to maintain some feel. Pour into a medium sauce pan; prepare over medium-low warmth for 20 minutes, stirring a few days, then stir in the cheddar cheese till melted. Taste, and season with salt and pepper, as essential. Drink hot, garnished with florets and also cheese. Diet | for Each serving: 240 calories, 14 g protein, 1-3 G carbohydrates, 15 grams fat, 7 grams saturated fat, 40 mg cholesterol, 4 4 0 mg sodium, 3 g dietary fiber, 7 g grams glucose -- Fast Blender Tomato Soup 4 servings (makes 4 cups), Healthy This creamy soup features a secret: There is no cream - or - Even butter init. Alternatively, bread and olive oil emulsify from the blender together with the additional components to build a rich texture, making it straightforward to combine using a couple of container components in only two or three momemts. The initial recipe has been created with a high-powered Blender, such as a vita mix, that is able to both heat and blend the soup ; it has been adapted to get a standard blender. You will only have to finish the soup to the stove once it's blended to allow the flavors to meld. MAKE AHEAD: The soup may be refrigerated for up to 1 week. Inspired by a recipe by J. Kenji Lopez Alt, managing Culinary manager at SeriousEats.com. Ingredients 1/3 cup Coconut Oil 1 tsp garlic 1/2 cup sliced onion 1 slice white or skillet (crusts removed), Torn into 1-inch bits 28 ounce canned, no-salt-added whole peeled tomatoes, And their juices Inch cup no-salt-added vegetable broth 1 tsp seasoning mix, such as Trader Joe's 2-1 Seasoning Salute Salt Freshly ground black pepper Steps Blend the oil, onion, garlic, bread bits, the Tomatoes and their juices, the batter and seasoning mix at a blender; commence to blend on lower, then slowly increase to high until pureed and smooth. Pour in to a medium saucepan; Prepare over medium-low heat To get 20 minutes, stirring a few days. Taste, and season with pepper and salt, as necessary. Serve warm. Diet | Per serving: 270 calories, 3 grams protein, 22 gram Carbohydrates, 19 g fat, 3 g saturated fat, 0 mg cholesterol, 560 mg sodium, 4 g dietary fiber, 1-2 grams sugarslevels
  13. An excellent app add-on to the Affinity graphic suite would be a web or app designer code savvy tool like Macaw, Adobe Muse or like the on-line apps webflow and silex. But with more options to edit the code than the apps that I mention. Macaw is a great tool, unfortunately the team behind the Macaw joined InVision and the app was discontinued with a lot of features that could be improved.
  14. Hi! As Adobe abandoned Muse, it would be a great chance for Affinity to create a code-free web design tool. The best would be a separate app, but Affinity Publisher could also have HTML export capability. Thanks.
  15. I know we're just getting into more programs, but are there any plans for a Dreamweaver alternative?
  16. Pšenda

    Bug in web help

    Click on this item/link
  17. Hi guys, I have been exporting as svg with Affinity without a problem until today. I installed some new fonts today, and after exporting the svg and viwing it into the Firefox/Chrome, the fonts look different from the ones I used, even though if I inspect the text it's actually the correct font. This problem is only in browsers, if I open the svg with Affinity the font displays correctly. Is this a browser problem, a font problem, or an Affinity problem? Thank you, Chris
  18. psocretes

    Animation

    I have recently become aware of the ability to animate SVG (Affinity Designer) for the web. There are applications coming out that make it really easy, however, the file size is a serious problem if you intend to have your work in a web page as Affinity does not offer the reduction of file size. Here is a youtube video I made on 09/03/2018. It is impressive what one can achieve. This is a concept for a web homepage. If you look closely there is some really subtle animation. The balloon has a flame which gets turned on and off to make it rise, the balloon also changes size in that as it moves away into the air it gets smaller. The clouds in places are semi-transparent. Also, the sun has a haze around it which disperses as the sun bets higher in the sky. All these really subtle changes make for huge file sizes. One online SVG animator which is still in beta is svgator.com which is free but limited. I have included a file of a puppy wagging its tail and turning its head which I animated in svgator. Just drag the (1A 76 questioning puppy.svg) file onto a web browser and it will automatically play and is on infinite loop. You have to export the files as an SVG from Affinity Designer and then upload that file into the svgator system. The head, body and tail have to be different and separate files to be able to animate them: i.e. the head would be nested in affinity designer the body would be nested and so would the tail. Exported as SVG and then imported to your animator of choice and there are many out there some free. 1A 76 questioning puppy.svg
  19. FriendDesign

    Website for ICO

    Today I did the design of the next site. And I remembered about the wonderful program that I bought and did not regret, it's Affinity Designer! Very powerful tools for UI, Web and advertising layouts. This is not advertising, it's just a statement of facts. Having worked almost half a lifetime in design, I came to the conclusion that nothing lasts forever in terms of tools for the designer;). Times change and need too. Now many tools have been developed that help to realize their ideas, and Affinity Designer does not take the last place. It's good that developers pay a lot of time and effort to ensure that the user is as convenient and effective as possible! Having worked in Affinity Designer, I can not go back to similar products of competitors, the habit is such a thing =)) sorry for my english =))
  20. Hi guys, If I start a new document, and I choose WEB from the prohect type, and I start it, if I later go back to the Document Setup I notice that Document Type is actually set to Print, even though I chose WEB when creating it. Does anyone know why that might happen? Is there a disadvantage to my document if I keep PRINT instead of WEB? I see that the color is RGB (the way I chose it), not CMYK, so it's not really for print. Thanks, Chris
  21. Excellent company and excellent programs. I needed to print a difficult PDF file and tried several programs. The one that did the best job was PagePlus. I am looking forward eagerly for Affinity Publishing. Also, I have reviewed several Website building programs but the best is still WebPlus. I do hope that soon there will be Affinity WebDesign. All of the present Affinity programs lack the Tool Bar with standard tools such as printing, saving etc. These are needed for speed, efficiency and user-friendliness.
  22. Is there a suggested color profile and export method for web graphics? I've been testing how to get my exported graphics to look the same in the browser as they do in Affinity programs. I found that the "Wide Gamut RGB" profile looks good and then exporting that profile with the image produces pretty similar results. Is this the optimal method? Thanks.
  23. Is it possible to export for the web (without metadata) from Affinity Photo for Mac ? Thanks.
  24. I am not sure whether this is the right forum for this, but I haven't found one feature which I have used often in Photoshop or even PS Elements, which is what I could afford. Anyway; if I make an illustration for print, I often want to make a copy optimized for web, but if I use Resize Image in Affinity Photo (on the iPad as well as on the iMac) I don't get an optimized result, only a copy which looks like one with poorer quality. Now, the way I learnt to do it in Photoshop, is as follows: 1. Open the Resize Image dialogue box and deselect Resample Image. 2.Resize image from 300 dpi to 72 dpi - image dimensions (Document size) increases in pixels or millimeters or whatever you choose. 3. Reselect Resample Image and set the desired dimensions and click OK 3. Choose Saw For Web, select location and save. Et voilá! You will have a lighter low res copy which will look just as sharp and pristine on the web as the hi res print version. (I'll attach screenshots to help explaining. Does this exist in Affinity Photo or if not, is it on the roadmap?
  25. I am new to Affinity and mostly I am pleased with it but I have just hit an issue. I am processing a set of high key model images. So, there is a model and a plain white bright background. In Affinity, I have used a white balance adjustment layer to ensure that the background is a true white. It looks correct in Affinity itself and also when the image is opened in Windows picture viewer but when uploaded to the web, it seems to have a slight pink colour cast. Do I have a problem in the export (using a batch job)? What else might be the explanation?
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