Image assets generation in Photoshop is a pain in the ass because it was never purposely built into the program. People had to hack it with cropping, resizing, etc. It’s only become more difficult as ever more screen resolutions are invented and assets must now be sized for many different DPIs.
The Decemeber 2014 update to Photoshop CC added a new “Generate Assets” tool that’s meant to make multiple DPI assets extraction much easier. Here’s my workflow for generating multiple assets in multiple DPIs painlessly.
Jealousy is an ugly ugly emotion to feel. It turns perfectly stable people into monsters who gnash their teeth at the world for the unfairness of it all. It fills you with both self-loathing for feeling like a nasty person and may also manifest itself externally as resentment or bitterness towards an individual. I am not immune. I struggle with this a lot. But being a designer, I decided to tackle it like a design problem.
Finding the Problem
It’s not that the other person doesn’t deserve it, or that you worked so much harder, or that the world is conspiring about you. Problems are contextual. Identifying the patterns within the system that the problem resides in may provide an answer. What is jealousy? In what contexts does it manifest itself? Who specifically do you feel it towards? Where are the patterns occurring?
For myself, it most often occurs towards a fellow student or good friend.