|Saving a Proper PNG for the WEB
The Portable Network Graphics (PNG) is a remarkable image format with a lot of cool features such as: up to 48bit true color (or 16bit Grayscale), alpha channels, gamma correction, interlacing (progressive display), and best of all loss less compression!
SVG: The Future Web Format
Tom Arah investigates SVG a new graphic format that could revolutionize the Web.
Advanced Formats - TIFF, EPS, PSD, PDF, PNG, SVG
Tom Arah looks at the developments in image file formats.
The Bitmap Standards - BMP, TIFF, GIF and JPEG
Tom Arah looks at the four main bitmap file standards – BMP, TIFF, GIF and JPEG.
Two Kinds of Computer Graphics
Explanations and examples of bitmapped vs. vector images, as well as anti-aliasing, and the EPS format.
Photoshop Saving Files for the Web
How your images look all depend on how HTML translates them. This tutorial will show you which file format to use(GIF or JPG), and which will make your images look their best.
File Size and Format JPEG vs GIF
A short comparisson of the web's two most popular file formats.