Photoshop 6 Design for the Web

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Wiley, May 1, 2002 - Computers - 368 pages
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Your Hands-on Guide to 38 Photoshop Web Techniques

Using 1,250 full-color illustrations, this unique guide shows you step by step how to put Photoshop to work in Web design. There's no distracting discussion of trapping and other print issues-just nuts-and-bolts directions for 38 eye-catching Web techniques, including metallic effects, soft embossing, GIF animations, and rollover buttons. So open the book, study the examples-and discover the secrets of great Photoshop design for the Web.
* Creating a Slice Frame
* Creating buttons using the Shape Tool
* Using Warped Text Style to create the shape of a fish
* Making transparent bubble layers

CD-ROM includes:
* All examples from the book
* A style collection for use in Web graphics
* Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver trial versions
* Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator tryout versions.

System requirements: PC running Windows 95 or later; Windows NT 4 or later; Power Macintosh running System 7.6 or later. See the "What's on the CD-ROM" appendix for details and complete system requirements

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Contents

Text Modification and Transformation
19
Photoshop Through Examples
34
Photoshop for Web Graphics
89
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

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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