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Learn to create multiple, optimized web graphics from a single Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator file with the powerful and versatile Slice tool. Increase your productivity by exporting many graphics from a single composition, while maintaining the integrity of the design. Design the Web author Chris Converse teaches you how to size, name, and duplicate slices and add transparency to the final graphics. He also shows advanced slicing techniques to generate CSS-based and table-based layouts as well as video-based animations and cinemagraphs. These tutorials work great for websites, emails, and other interactive projects.
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(MUSIC). Hi, I'm Chris Converse. And in this course, we're going to take a look at how we can use the Slice tool in both Photoshop and Illustrator to optimize and cut graphics for websites, e-mails, and interactive projects. And we'll even take a look at more advanced techniques inside of Photoshop for using the Slice tool to generate both Table-based and CSS-based layouts that we can edit in a Code Editor or in Dreamweaver. And even how to make animations and cinemagraphs based on video content inside of Photoshop. So I hope this course sounds interesting to you. And if so, let's get started.
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