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With so many different devices on the market, web designers are faced with the challenge of creating multiple versions of their graphics for phones and tablets. Let Chris Converse show you how to leverage Smart Objects, clipping masks, and slices in Adobe Photoshop and make graphics that will look razor sharp on any screen. Learn how to produce web graphics for small screens, standard-sized images, and high-resolution or retina-enabled graphics from the very same file.
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(MUSIC) Hi I'm Chris Converse and in this course we are going to take a look at techniques that combine smart objects, clipping masks, and slices to create multiple versions of web graphics in responsive design, mobile applications, or any screen based design project. We'll also explore techniques for creating high resolution or retina enabled graphics as well as standard size graphics all from the same Photoshop file. So I hope this course sounds interesting to you and if so, let's get started.
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