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Join Justin Seeley as he reveals how designers can create vibrant web graphics, wireframes, and complete web site mockups in Adobe Photoshop. The course covers creating a custom web workspace for maximum efficiency; drawing, coloring, and optimizing web graphics; creating vector shapes and text that scale seamlessly; mastering transparency; building navigation bars and buttons; and speeding up these tasks with the Photoshop automation tools.
Thanks so much for taking the time to join me for this course on Photoshop for web design. I hope that you enjoyed the course, and I hope that I have inspired you to dive in and start creating some awesome graphics for your next web project. There's always more to learn, so here are some great resources to help jump-start your journey into the world of web design. If you're interested in the basics of web design, check out James Williams's Web Design Fundamentals course. Or if CSS is your thing, check out James's CSS: Core Concepts and CSS Fundamentals courses as well. For some fun web project exercises, check out Ray Villalobos in is weekly View Source series in lynda.com.
And if you'd like to learn more about Photoshop CS6, be sure to check out the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training course. All of these course's are available right now in the lynda.com online training library, so be sure to go and check them out. Thanks again for joining me. My name is Justin Seeley, and I hope to see you again real soon.
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