Adobe Photoshop CS3: Web Production
Course number: 084573; One day; Instructor-Led
You know how to use the features in Adobe® Photoshop® CS3: Web Production to enhance and modify images to meet your requirements. Now, you would want to create and work with images to be used in the web pages. In this course, you will use Photoshop to create and optimize images for the web. You will also stage web page components, arrange them aesthetically, and add interactivity to them. Finally, you will export the web page consisting of interactive images so that you can view and test their functionality in Internet browsers.
You will set Photoshop’s unit preferences and save files in different formats to see how well each one balances image quality with file size reduction. You will then calibrate your system’s color display. You will also use Photoshop as part of creating finished web pages and export individual slices and create an HTML Web page that displays a table containing the sliced sections. Finally, you will use Photoshop and the Save for Web & Devices feature to create and optimize animations for the web and mobile devices.
This course is intended for new users of Photoshop, or existing basic users interested in using Photoshop for Web Production.
To ensure students' success with this course, we recommend that they have a familiarity with Photoshop or take the following Element K course: Photoshop CS3: Level 1 Second Edition.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Lesson 1: Preparing Web Images
Lesson 2: Optimizing Images
Lesson 3: Preparing Images for Cross-Platform Viewing
Lesson 4: Creating Web Page Layouts
Lesson 5: Exporting a Web Page
Lesson 6: Creating Animations for Web and Mobile Devices