Preserving slices and structure with PSD export


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Preserving slices and structure with PSD export

Many web designers are also familiar with using Photoshop for web design. In reality, you don't really need to choose between one or the other, meaning you don't have to choose Illustrator or Photoshop. There are plenty of workflows where you can actually use both of those applications together. In this chapter specifically, I want to talk about using Illustrator and Photoshop together so that you get the most out of using these two applications. Now, say that you've already started working on a design inside of Illustrator. You know, because of its object-based nature, it's very easy to quickly make changes across an entire design inside of Illustrator, but you may find that at some point you have to bring your design into Photoshop, or maybe you're working with another designer, and they prefer to use Photoshop, so you want to hand off your artwork in a way that's most compatible with them.

Now, in reality Photoshop can open up native Illustrator files; however...

Preserving slices and structure with PSD export
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Preserving slices and structure with PSD export provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS5 for Web and Interactive Design

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