Adobe Photoshop 6.0 Web design with ImageReady 3 and GoLive 5

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Adobe Press, Mar 5, 2001 - Computers - 343 pages
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As Web designers become more HTML savvy, many turn to Photoshop as their main design tool. And if you're like most other designers who use multiple products to create a finished site, Adobe Photoshop 6.0 Web Design is written just for you. In this gorgeous four-color book, Web designer Michael Baumgardt shows you how to use Adobe's suite of tools for professional Web design. Covering Photoshop, GoLive and ImageReady, this new edition is fully updated to reflect the changes in GoLive 5, Photoshop 6, and ImageReady 3.

The book starts out with the basics of using Adobe tools to create the most important elements of a Web site. Then it demonstrates how to use the newest features, including image compression, creating GIF animations, building dynamic Web content, designing navigational elements, managing Web-safe colors and more.

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The Basics of Web Design
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About the author (2001)

Michael Baumgardt is one of Germany's most respected authors on Web design and desktop publishing. One of the first designers to adopt desktop publishing, he made the leap into Web design in 1996. His books on design are consistent bestsellers. Michael is the author of Adobe Photoshop 7 Web Design.