Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Finding images for your mockup, part of Photoshop CC for Web Design.
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…A lot of people ask me where I find the images that I use…in my blog posts, my web site mockups, and just in my designs in general.…And while there are several different places you can go, I'm going to show…you a few of my favorite resources for finding images online in this movie.…Now one thing you should probably never, ever do is use images…from something like Google images for a commercial piece, or a client piece.…And that's mainly because of the fact that a…lot of the images that show up in Google image…results are copyrighted, and you can get into some…serious trouble for using those when you're not supposed to.…
So, my recommendation is to use what is called a royalty free stock photo.…From some of these resources that I'm about to show you here.…The first resource that I'm going to show…you is something called the Stock Exchange.…And you can find this website at sxc.hu.…So, a little bit of a different domain.…But, this is a great resource for finding…a lot of different free stock photography images.…
- Why use Photoshop for web design?
- Decoding the mysteries behind screen size and resolution
- Giving your website a purpose with a content strategy
- Customizing a web workspace in Photoshop
- Designing responsively
- Creating wireframes on a grid
- Choosing colors and fonts
- Developing a UI kit with Photoshop
- Assembling a page mockup
- Creating image sprites
- Optimizing images
- Integrating with the rest of the Adobe Creative Cloud
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Core Concepts
Understanding the "new web"2m 39s
2. Setting Up Photoshop for Web Work
3. Designing Responsively
What is responsive design?5m 26s
4. Creating a Wireframe
5. Creating Aesthetic Elements
6. Creating a UI Kit with Photoshop
7. Assembling a Page Mockup
8. Optimizing Web Graphics
9. Creating Image Sprites
10. Using Other Apps in Your Workflow
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