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Your First Day Designing Websites in Photoshop

Course Summary

Photoshop can be an intimidating program, there's no doubt about it. Software required: Photoshop CC v14.2.1.


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    Course Syllabus

    Introduction and Project Overview
    - 1m 14s

    —Introduction and Project Overview 1m 14s
    Your First Day Designing Websites in Photoshop
    - 3h 14m

    —Creating, Opening, and Saving Files 8m 26s
    —Creating Custom Document Presets 4m 17s
    —Interface and Document Navigation 9m 4s
    —Setting up a Grid with Guides 7m 2s
    —Working with Color 8m 45s
    —Understanding Photoshop Layers 9m 5s
    —Working with Layer Styles 8m 42s
    —Masking with Pixels 8m 26s
    —Understanding Gradients 7m 54s
    —Vector Shape Tools 9m 33s
    —Masking with Vectors 5m 38s
    —Changing the Canvas Size 4m 20s
    —The Move Tool 5m 34s
    —Understanding Undo and History 7m 9s
    —Placing Images and Graphics 7m 24s
    —Using Free Transform 7m 56s
    —Resampling Images and Layers 9m 40s
    —Understanding Smart Objects 8m 51s
    —Creating and Formatting Text 9m 21s
    —Type on Websites 8m 39s
    —Making Selections 9m 28s
    —Understanding Layer Comps 4m 58s
    —Slicing and Selecting Slices 8m 32s
    —Using Save for Web 9m 48s
    —Saving Assets with Asset Generator 6m 8s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations and Digital Media & Games Community

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