Web Design course for Photoshop - tips & tricks tutorials
About Web Design course for Photoshop - tips & tricks tutorials
I have been using Photoshop since version 3 and every time it gets better and better. I have created literally thousands of designs and over that time I have found that there are number of key skills and tools us web designers use in almost every design. This is why I created, along with the team at Web Courses, a series of screencast tutorials ideal for beginner web designers who wants to Learn Web Design with Photoshop.
Carl is the founder of Web Courses and a UX consultant for the United Nations. At Web Courses Carl teaches Web Design and Online Marketing to people from all around the world. He has been designing websites for over 16 years and is passionate about creating usable designs and creative online marketing strategies for WCB and their clients.
Accessibility is a big passion of Carl's and has spoken at UN conferences on Inclusive Business around South East Asia. Recently he has been invited to give Social Media Marketing advise to UNAIDS as part of a new Asia campaign.
When not UX`ing, HTML'ing or teaching there is nothing more Carl likes than a blank canvans on Adobe Photoshop, a tool he has been using since version 3.0!
Here are a few of the topics you'll learn:
1. The Power of File and New
2. Changing, Using and Installing Brushes
3. The Key to Custom Shapes
4. The Core of Photoshop, Layers and Groups
5. The Shortcuts to Moving and Resizin
6. Getting the Most from Zooming and Pannin
7. Creating Cool Effects with Blending Mode
8. Text, Love it or Hate it
9. Clean Web Page Design using Photoshop
We publish tutorials that not only produce great results and interfaces, but explain the techniques behind them in a friendly, approachable manner.
Web design is a booming industry with a lot of competition. We hope that watching "Photoshop for Web Design Beginners" will help you learn a few tricks, techniques and tips that they might not have seen before and help them maximize your creative potential!
The source files (PSD and images) for the examples in this course is available online at http://s3.amazonaws.com/prcourses/photoshop/files.zip.