A lot of people who take photos with their mobile phones don’t do anything with them once they’re taken. They might send a photo or two to a friend, but for the most part, the photos just sit on the phone, taking up space, until it’s time to delete them to make room for more.

It’s understandable. Outside of the subscription service, it’s not particularly simple to get at those photos. Also, the methods are different on many phone models. You might even have to pay for special software to download your photos to your computer. What a drag.

Windows Mobile Device Center to the rescue

Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be such a chore to free the photos trapped on your phone. Windows Mobile Device Center makes it straightforward. Plus, it’s free. More »

Unless you’re a graphic designer by trade, you probably have some questions about the deceptively simple concepts of image resolution and size. Is more resolution always better? How do megapixels relate to megabytes? And can you reuse printed graphics on your nonprofit’s Web site?

Although image resolution and size can be a very complex subject, most nonprofit organizations will probably find it sufficient to simply grasp the basic terms and concepts. To help you find your footing, we’ve answered a few of the most common questions regarding image quality and size.

What Is Image Resolution?
The term “resolution” refers to the amount of information a digital or printed image file contains, typically measured in pixels. Generally speaking, the higher an image’s resolution, the more detailed and crisp it will appear on a printed page or a Web site though some extremely high-resolution images may contain more pixels than the human eye can see. More »