June, 2008 | Bionic Creative | Design Studio in Singapore | Logo Design, Namecard Design, Graphic Design, Web Design
Bionic Creative is a Singapore-based graphic design studio that caters to startups and SMEs.
Our dear intern from Temasek Polytechnic, Genevieve has completed her internship plus a school vacation stint at Bionic Creative. We went for a lovely goodbye lunch at Sakae Sushi to thank her for her diligence and fantastic attitude. Never a complaint and always thoughtful. 🙂
Thank you Gen for being the very first Bionic intern and I wish you the very best.
PS: Please drop by to say hello when you’re in the area!
PDFs are common fare in our everyday work dealings, be it simple documents like whitepapers, reports, quotations, or invoices.
Usually we don’t encounter any bandwidth difficulties with such documents, which are usually under 1MB and e-mail friendly. But what happens when you have a graphic-intensive PDF that you would like to send to your client or colleague for viewing?
These documents may be 10MB and above – if you emailed it to your recipient, they might pull a long face or tell you off for clogging up their inbox.
Here is our favourite way to put PDFs on an instant diet via Acrobat Professional 8.0 – without too much of image quality loss. (Note that you will need Adobe Acrobat Professional 5.0 at least)