- Setting up the Photoshop and Dreamweaver workspaces
- Planning a site and defining site goals
- Making a site mockup
- Deciding on branding and content
- Adjusting color and fonts
- Slicing graphics
- Optimizing graphics for the web
- Creating a favicon
- Working with Bootstrap files
- Creating a navigation menu
- Using the Photoshop extractor
- Coding for SEO
- Making sites accessible
- Checking for errors with the Validator tool
- Using the Clean Up HTML tool
- Using the Link Checker panel
- Building pages with HTML
- Styling pages with CSS
- Making site galleries and carousels
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Sue] Hello, this is Sue Jenkins, and welcome to Designing Websites from Photoshop to Dreamweaver. In this training, we will explore the web design process, from the initial idea and mock-up stage to website development. Here, you'll discover one possible workflow that will show you exactly how to take a design from Photoshop and convert it using Bootstrap in Dreamweaver into a fully functioning, responsive, internet-ready website. You'll start the training off by discovering how to set up your Photoshop and Dreamweaver workspaces.
Then you'll explore some design ideas related to creating a web mock-up in Photoshop. After that, we'll jump into Dreamweaver, where we'll build the home page with Bootstrap, and then we'll build and style the rest of the site's pages, play with Glyphicons, add a Carousel, and more. So, whether you're brand new to web design or looking for suggestions on ways to work smarter, welcome to Designing Websites from Photoshop to Dreamweaver.
Creating a Responsive Web Designwith Chris Converse3h 47m Beginner
1. Setting Up Your Workspace
2. Creating a Photoshop Mockup
3. Optimizing Web Graphics
4. Creating Dreamweaver Bootstrap Files
5. Building Site Pages
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