Which Image File Format Should You Use? (and more!)





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Published on Jun 11, 2012

In this week's question time video I talk about the different image file formats available when designing websites and when you should use each one. Plus, I share my choice of font management application to help you arrange, control and sort your ever growing font collection.

This week's questions:

Bilal Khettab
Which image format do you use most often (jpg, jpeg, png?)

Quick question for you - apologies if it has been asked before - Fonts. What tools do you use to manage yours? And is there something out there that can preview and sort into groups?

Font Explorer X Free (v1.2.3) - http://mac.softpedia.com/get/Font-Too... - I'm pretty sure this is a copy of the early free version of Font Explorer X before it was made 'Pro'. It lacks some features of the new Pro version, which can be purchased at http://www.fontexplorerx.com, but it does the job as a basic font management tool.

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