Join Emily Kay for an in-depth discussion in this video Create comps, part of Photoshop for Web Design.
- [Instructor] Your web comp is the culmination…of the processes that you've been going through so far.…You've already met with your client.…You've flushed out the details to the UX.…You've created your mood boards.…You've come up with your wireframes based on the information…that you've gathered from the client…and the initial work thus far.…You may have created reusable UI elements…that'll help you streamline your workflow…and now you're ready to actually build a finalized comp.…You're ready to add the colors,…the actual typography treatments, the images, the icons.…You're ready to bring this website to life.…
Here I have my wireframes…and I've already built them out using my smart objects…that are part of my library.…I'm ready to transform these into a finalized comp.…I'm going to show you how I would approach this process,…but this is only going to be a portion…since it is repetitive…and it'll end up being the same sorts of steps…used over and over.…Let's go ahead and get started.…Here I have my small, medium, and large comps.…
- Setting up workspaces and artboards
- Using libraries
- Responsive design tips and tricks
- Setting breakpoints
- Creating navigation elements
- Creating textures and backgrounds
- Embedding or linking smart objects
- Making custom templates
- Creating reusable UI elements
- Saving and exporting for the web
- Using Generator
Skill Level Intermediate
User Experience for Web Designerswith Chris Nodder1h 49m Beginner
1. Set Up Your Project
2. Design Responsively
5. Image Considerations
6. Export Assets for Development
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