Photoshop isn't just for manipulating photography, but a key tool for designing and producing assets for today's responsive web experiences. In this learning path you can learn the basics of Photoshop, and then dive into specific techniques and workflows for defining and exporting bitmap graphics for web design projects.
Master Photoshop fundamentals.
Learn the key features of Photoshop for designing web graphics.
Export your graphics into formats suitable for today's responsive websites.
Learn how to use Photoshop to create UI elements, web graphics, wireframes, and functional mockups that transition smoothly to production.
2h 33m • COURSE
Web Design: Efficient Workflow with Sue Jenkins
Optimize the design phase of your workflow by learning how to apply best practices and techniques for improved productivity and creativity.
30m 22s • COURSE
Creating Optimized Web Graphics with Brian Wood
Learn to create optimized web graphics that download quickly and look great on a variety of devices, including Retina displays.
42m 16s • COURSE
Modular UX Design with Photoshop with Jesse Freeman
Learn how to work with Smart Objects and linked files to create reusable elements across multiple PSDs.
48m 8s • COURSE
Photoshop for Designers: Designing with Grids and Guides with Nigel French
Use the Photoshop guide and grid tools for better-looking designs, a more efficient workflow, and increased creativity.
1h 10m • COURSE
You'll learn Photoshop skills with these experts
Emily Kay is a web developer and graphic designer who teaches for the Community College District of San Diego.
Emily has been working in the digital art arena since the early 1990s. She fell into graphic design and became hooked on pushing pixels. Her obsession with graphic design led her to web design and development. She has worked in the industry ever since and her current endeavors include assisting a variety of clients and companies in graphic-based and web-based solutions, as well as teaching for San Diego Community College District. One of her greatest joys is sharing her knowledge about graphic and web technologies with others. She spends a lot of time writing in code and creating powerful visuals.
Sue Jenkins writes Dummies books on Adobe software, teaches at Marywood U, and runs a graphic design studio.
Sue Jenkins is an award-winning software instructor, Adobe Certified Instructor, fine art photographer, and owner/creative director of Luckychair.com, a full-service web and graphic design studio serving businesses across the US since 1998. She is the author of several Dummies titles and other instructional books on web design, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, and Photoshop, including Web Design All-in-One For Dummies (Wiley) and Smashing Photoshop: 100 Professional Techniques (Wiley/Smashing Magazine). In addition, Sue is an assistant professor of graphic design at Marywood University in northeastern Pennsylvania. For questions, tips, and fun ideas, follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.
Brian Wood is a web developer, author, and trainer on Muse, InDesign, Illustrator, and more.
The author of over ten books (Adobe Illustrator CC 2014 Classroom in a Book and Adobe Muse CC 2014 Classroom in a Book), Brian has designed numerous training titles on Muse, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator, and other design software. In addition to training many clients, including Nordstrom, REI, Boeing, Starbucks, Nintendo, and others, Brian speaks regularly at national conferences, such as Adobe MAX, HOW Design, and HOW Interactive, as well as events hosted by AIGA and other industry organizations. He has also written articles for SmashingMagazine.com, Peachpit.com, CreativePro.com, Adobe Inspire magazine, and more. Brian has a YouTube channel at youtube.com/askbrianwood and a corporate training site at brianwoodtraining.com.
Jesse Freeman is the head of partner and framework marketing at Amazon, and a developer marketing specialist.
Jesse has been on the cutting edge of interactive development, with a focus on the web and mobile platforms, for over fifteen years. As an expert in his field, Jesse has worked for Amazon, Microsoft, MLB, HBO, the New York Jets, Volkswagen, Tommy Hilfiger, Heavy, and many more. In addition to development, Jesse has a background in fine art, with a masters in interactive computer art from the School of Visual Arts.