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2 days. Designers and Web managers will learn how to use Adobe Photoshop CC 2020 software to create high-quality, low-bandwidth graphics for the Web.

PNG and GIF and JPEG optimization are practiced. Correcting photos are covered, as well as the following topics:

  • Transparent GIF graphics and translucent PNG-8/24/32-bit graphics
  • How to optimize a GIF vs. a JPG vs. a PNG
  • How to size a graphic for social media sites like FaceBook, Twitter, and Instagram
  • Quick Export vs. Export As vs. Save for Web
  • Background tiled images
  • Animation panel and animated GIFs
  • Web button rollovers
  • Javascripted image swaps
  • Graphics sliced to table/DIV tags and how to export web code
  • Using the Slice tool and Slice Select tool
  • Image maps with clickable regions
  • Navigation bars and buttons
  • How to figure the pixel size of web graphics
  • How to figure correct resolution for web graphics
  • Deciding between size and quality of the graphic
  • Why Web-Safe color not necessary for the web
  • How to setup the Save for Web module
  • New Photoshop Generator feature for asset production
  • Quick Export for asset generation
  • Using the Bridge to help workflow production

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