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Discover prototyping, the tool for quickly and inexpensively exploring multiple iterations of designs and testing their performance.
Discover how to use Photoshop layer comps to storyboard your interaction designs.
Shows how to create custom web graphics and web site mockups with Fireworks CS6.
How to create interactive wireframes and prototypes using Fireworks CS5.
Shows how to use Illustrator CS5 to create graphics for use in web sites, video compositions, and mobile apps.
Explores OmniGraffle, the premier visual diagramming program on the Mac platform for developing wireframes and sitemaps.
Shows how to use Photoshop CS5 for optimal web graphics workflow.
A detailed overview of Fireworks CS5, Adobe’s software for creating and optimizing web graphics and interactive prototypes.
Demonstrates scheduling and expected output for good prototyping, from wireframing to storyboarding to creating multi-page mockups for design feedback.
Demonstrates the essentials of creating a web site with a polished, professional appearance and a compelling user experience.
How to optimize graphics and photographs so they download quickly in a web browser.
How to be more productive and creative by using Adobe Illustrator to create pixel-perfect web graphics and interactive Flash content.
Jim Babbage demonstrates how to navigate and customize the workspace.
Focuses on Illustrator's strengths alongside other tools in the web design workflow, exploring unique features.
A fundamental course in using Photoshop CS3 to create or edit images for the web.
Master each tool in Fireworks to create and edit all kinds of amazing web-based graphics.
Covers designing effective navigation, optimizing images for the web, creating rollovers, and exporting images to Macromedia Flash.
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