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Overview

This great guide covers everything you'll need to begin editing images for the Web using Photoshop 6, including working with layers, creating paths, slicing images, creating rollovers and animations, and warping text. It also includes a chapter showing 16 of the best Web sites that use Photoshop in new and exciting ways.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764536717
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/2002
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 8.06 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Chulyoo Kim is a Web designer at Noovo Design in Korea, where his clients have included MetaBiz, Edupia, and Mokpo City Hall. He also teaches Web design at Chung Cheong College.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Chapter 1: The New Features of ImageReady.

Lesson 1: The Biggest Change in Photoshop 6.

Lesson 2: The More Effective and Powerful Photoshop 6 Interface.

Lesson 3: The Broader and More Diverse Layer Effects.

Lesson 4: The Slice Feature for Image Optimization.

Lesson 5: Creating My Own Workspace.

Lesson 6: Text Modification and Transformation.

Lesson 7: Other New Features.

Lesson 8: The New Features of ImageReady 3.

Chapter 2: Photoshop Through Examples.

Lesson 9: An Easy Photo Gallery Homepage: Web Photo Gallery.

Lesson 10: Editing HTML Sources in the Web Photo Gallery.

Lesson 11: Using the Notes Tool.

Lesson 12: Creating Shapes and Buttons.

Lesson 13: Getting Ready to Make Graphics.

Lesson 14: Optimizing Web Graphics in Photoshop: Save For Web.

Lesson 15: Creating and Applying Web Graphic Pattern Images.

Chapter 3: Photoshop for Web Graphics.

Lesson 16: Distorted 3-D Text.

Lesson 17: Jagged and Transparent Bubble Letters.

Lesson 18: Quartz Effect.

Lesson 19: Transforming the Quartz Effect.

Lesson 20: Gold and Enamel Effects.

Lesson 21 Metallic Textures.

Lesson 22: Plastic Buttons.

Lesson 23: Making Illustrations Using the Path Tool.

Lesson 24: Using Satin to Create Irregular Light Sources.

Lesson 25: Arranging Text and Images.

Lesson 26: Adding Dimensionality to Text.

Lesson 27: The Various Effects of the Group Layer.

Lesson 28: Using Layer Style to Create a Soft Embossing.

Chapter 4: Web Graphic Design Using ImageReady.

Lesson 29: ImageReady's Workflow.

Lesson 30: Image Frame Slicing.

Lesson 31: Creating GIF Animation.

Lesson 32: Using GIF Animation.

Lesson 33: Creating a Rollover Button.

Lesson 34: Using Image Map.

Chapter 5: Web Site Design.

Lesson 35: What You Need to Know for Web Site Design.

Lesson 36: Menu Navigation Design.

Lesson 37: Creating Icons Using Microangelo 5 (Windows-Only).

Lesson 38: Completing the Homepage Using Dreamweaver 4.

Appendix A: Reference Sites.

Appendix B: About the CD.

System Requirements.

Using the CD with Windows.

Using the CD with the Mac OS.

What's on the CD.

Troubleshooting.

Index.

End User License Agreement.

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