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Useful Photoshop Tools and Techniques For Your Workflow

Productivity is a crucial asset of professional designers. Photoshop is an extremely powerful application for photo processing and image manipulation, and we can make it even more powerful by using handy tools, actions, plugins and templates to save time for solving mundane regular tasks. The better our professional tool set is, the more time we can spend to focus on the actual design process rather than the tool we are using to implement it on screen.

Useful Photoshop Tools and Techniques For Your Workflow

Here at Smashing Magazine, we're continuously searching for recent time-saving, useful Photoshop resources for our readers, to make the search of these ever-growing techniques easier. We hope that these techniques will help you improve your design skills as well as your professional workflow when using Adobe Photoshop. A sincere thanks to all designers and developers whose articles are featured in this roundup. We respect and appreciate your contributions to the design community.

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Mac Hacks: 17 AppleScripts To Make Your Life Easier

If you are an experienced professional, chances are you have a good set of tools and a work process that you repeat on a daily basis to handle your work. That's good; it's how you become more productive, and become an expert. But with repetitive processes come repetitive mechanical work. Whether it's opening a file in Photoshop to change the format or adding an iCal to-do item based on an email you received, these little tasks can be streamlined. That's the purpose of AppleScripts.

AppleScript Utility screenshot

AppleScript is a scripting language developed by Apple to help people automate their work processes on the Mac operating system. It accomplishes this by exposing every element of the system's applications as an object in an extremely simple, English-like language. AppleScript is to the Mac OS as JavaScript is to browsers.

Quite a few AppleScripts are available on the Web, ready for you to use, so you don't even need to look at their code. This article presents you with 17 of the most useful ones.

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