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Learn to speed up your design and production time in this Photoshop tutorial with the use of Smart Objects.
Make your media as responsive as your site's layout. Learn to prepare video, fonts, and images to display correctly on a wide variety of devices.
Learn to combine graphics and pseudo-elements to add more design and layout possibilities without adding more HTML to your web pages.
Create compressed PNG-8 images that display quickly and beautifully on a variety of websites, especially those targeting mobile devices.
Learn to composite hundreds of unique, data-driven graphics in Photoshop automatically, using variables and a simple text file.
Reveals how designers can create vibrant web graphics, wireframes, and complete web site mockups in Photoshop with navigation bars and buttons.
Learn to create multiple, optimized web graphics from a single Photoshop or Illustrator file with the powerful and versatile Slice tool.
Leverage Smart Objects, clipping masks, and slices, in Photoshop and make graphics that will look razor sharp on any screen size.
Create custom animated GIFs for your websites, mobile applications, and other interactive projects in Photoshop.
Learn techniques in this Photoshop tutorial to make sprite sheet creation fast and versatile.
Simulate the look of anti-aliased fonts in your next website mockup with this Photoshop tutorial.
Learn to edit video and add custom graphics and animations to your projects in Photoshop CS6 with this Photoshop tutorial.
Shows you how to use clipping masks to create interesting design effects in Photoshop, while leaving the original images unharmed and ready for further edits.
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