Adobe Photoshop 6.0 Web Design with ImageReady 3 and GoLive 5

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Adobe Press book published by Peachpit Press, 2001 - Computers - 343 pages
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Adobe Photoshop is the industry standard when it comes to Web design--and even more so today, now that Photoshop is integrated with Web productivity tool ImageReady. Many Web designers create their work in Photoshop, prepare it for the Web with ImageReady, and build their Web site with GoLive. With these tools, designers can easily create innovative, energetic, and dynamic Web sites. In this lavishly illustrated four-color book, Web designer Michael Baumgardt shows readers the fastest and most efficient way to go from a Photoshop design to a finished Web site. The book covers the ins and outs of using Photoshop, ImageReady, and GoLive, giving readers a strong foundation in Adobe's suite of Web tools, discussing all the new features of Photoshop 6.0 and GoLive 5.0. Included are basic concepts such as organizational and navigational techniques, as well as explanations of each application's unique strengths and how to best apply them to Web design.

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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.

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