Course description

  • What is this course about?

    Photoshop for Web Design Suite is a comprehensive training program that empowers candidates to design a website in Photoshop. As designing website in Photoshop helps in identifying the target audience better and design the website around their comfort, organizations across the world seek trained professionals.

    Using Photoshop for designing a website is one of the most efficient approaches to design a user friendly site. Here, Photoshop is used to design the layout and look of the website. This provides a better makes understanding of the effects and tools that give better results. Photoshop website designing enables easy editing of web pages, apply different effects, enhance photos and save time.

    Photoshop for Web Design Suite is comprehensive and can be taken up by both beginners as well as advanced learners. Photoshop for Web Design Suite is best suited for web designers, mobile app developers, web application developers, software engineers and candidates with technical background.

  • What learning benefits do you get from Simplilearn’s training?

    Here are some of the major learning benefits that come with this training program:
    • Upon completion of the training program, the participant will be able to designing website in Photoshop
    • Building Websites with Photoshop CC, Photoshop CC for the Web and Photoshop for Artists equip the candidates to develop websites that are extremely user friendly and highly appealing
    • Using Photoshop Filters Master Course enables the candidates to create great-looking images with metal and glass filters using the Photoshop software
    • Digital Matte Painting with Photoshop empowers the aspirants to digitally paint the photo-realistic exterior and interior environments, which cannot be created otherwise

  • What are the career benefits in-store for you?

    With the constant advancement in technology and continuous change in development platforms, the demand for trained Photoshop web designers is on a constant rise. Here are some of the major career benefits that come with this training program:
    • Average salary for trained Photoshop web designers is $89,000. Source: payscale.com
    • With the constant rise in the number of websites and internet marketing becoming a norm, IT companies across the globe are seeking competent Photoshop web designers
    • As organizations seek trained Photoshop web designers, trained professionals have an edge over their non-trained counterparts

  • Why Simplilearn?

    • Simplilearn is the World’s Largest Certification Training Provider, with over 500,000+ professionals trained globally
    • Trusted by the Fortune 500 companies as their learning provider for career growth and training
    • 2000+ certified and experienced trainers conduct trainings for various courses across the globe
    • All our Courses are designed and developed under a tried and tested Unique Learning Framework that is proven to deliver 98.6% pass rate in first attempt
    • Accredited, Approved and Recognized as a training organization, partner, education provider and examination center by globally renowned names like Project Management Institute of USA, APMG, CFA Institute, GARP, ASTQB, IIBA and others

Course preview

    • Building Websites With Photoshop CC

      4:57:26
      • 1.1 Introduction
        01:21
      • 1.2 Heres What We'll Build (Free Lesson)
        02:13
      • 1.3 The Workflow Process (Free Lesson)
        03:53
      • 1.4 Setting Up Photoshop For Web Layout (Free Lesson)
        04:48
      • 1.5 Saving Our Photoshop Customizations (Free Lesson)
        07:06
      • 1.6 Structuring Layouts With Photoshop
        03:08
      • 1.7 Setting Up Our 960 Grid Template
        05:48
      • 1.8 Creating The First Wireframe Object
        04:31
      • 1.9 Continuing To Wireframe Objects
        04:45
      • 1.10 Additional Techniques For Wireframing
        11:37
      • 1.11 Finishing Up The Base Wireframe
        02:58
      • 1.12 Organizing The Layers And Resetting The Properties Panel
        06:01
      • 1.13 Roughing In The Header Content
        05:35
      • 1.14 Building Out The Hero Section
        08:02
      • 1.15 Wireframing The Introducing Section
        05:37
      • 1.16 Creating The Organize Section
        04:04
      • 1.17 Building The Get It Now Section
        03:25
      • 1.18 Finishing Up The Wireframe
        03:03
      • 1.19 Organizing And Colour Coding The Layers Panel
        04:55
      • 1.20 Adding Text Labels To The Wireframe
        03:48
      • 1.21 Exporting The Wireframe For Approval
        06:18
      • 1.22 Applying Design To The Wireframe
        10:13
      • 1.23 Gathering The Designs Resources Part Two
        08:14
      • 1.24 Creating The Site Logo With An lllustrator Smart Object
        06:38
      • 1.25 Using Layer Styles To Format Buttons
        08:00
      • 1.26 Saving And Using A Custom Style
        02:17
      • 1.27 Finishing Up The Header
        02:26
      • 1.28 Using Linked Smart Objects
        10:53
      • 1.29 Using Layer Masks To Position Content
        05:26
      • 1.30 Finishing Up The Hero Section
        03:51
      • 1.31 Designing With Clipping Groups And Linked Smart Objects
        12:44
      • 1.32 Developing The Organize And Share Sections
        04:18
      • 1.33 Finishing Up The Layouts Design
        03:35
      • 1.34 Getting The Layout Out Of Photoshop Into Code
        08:07
      • 1.35 Going Further With The Asset Generator
        12:48
      • 1.36 Getting The Layout s Assets Organized
        05:06
      • 1.37 Generating HTML With Photoshop
        12:34
      • 1.38 Getting Set Up For The Coding Phase
        09:22
      • 1.39 Adjusting The External Style Sheet
        04:47
      • 1.40 Setting Up The Structural CSS
        06:55
      • 1.41 Rebuilding The Layout With Code
        11:42
      • 1.42 Creating The App Store Header Button
        05:00
      • 1.43 Getting Started On The Hero Section
        04:48
      • 1.44 Finishing Up The Hero Area
        06:58
      • 1.45 Creating The Introducing Section
        06:58
      • 1.46 Odd Behaviour With Photoshops Copy CSS Command
        05:47
      • 1.47 Recreating The Organize And Share Sections
        05:05
      • 1.48 Building The Get Section And Footer
        03:09
      • 1.49 Wrapping Up The Project
        02:43
      • 1.50 Wrapping Up
        04:06
    • Section 1 - Introduction

      02:09
      • 1.1 Introduction
        02:09
    • Section 2 - Desiging The Logo

      12:12
      • 2.1 Desiging The Logo In Adobe Illustrator - Part 1
        05:56
      • 2.2 Designing The Logo In Adobe Illustrator - Part 2
        06:16
    • Section 3 - The First Design Visual

      41:36
      • 3.1 Desigining In Photoshop And GIMP
        09:28
      • 3.2 Designing The Header And Top Navigation Bar
        13:13
      • 3.3 Designing The Heading Main Image And Body Text In Photoshop
        04:34
      • 3.4 Designing The Sidebar And Footer In Photoshop
        07:47
      • 3.5 Final Tweaks Of The First Design Visual In Photoshop And GIMP
        06:34
    • Section 4 - Client Feedback

      06:13
      • 4.1 The First Design Visual
        06:13
    • Section 5 - Actioning The Clients Feedback

      16:06
      • 5.1 Amnedments In Photoshop - Part 1
        08:20
      • 5.2 Amnedments In Photoshop - Part 2
        07:46
    • Section 6 - Presenting The VIisuals To The Client

      24:07
      • 6.1 How To Present A Visuals Of The Website To The Client
        06:59
      • 6.2 How The Website Responds To A Tablet In Photoshop
        07:28
      • 6.3 Showing How The Website Responds To A Smartphone In Photoshop
        09:40
    • Section 7 - Bouns Video

      09:07
      • 7.1 More Tips On Desigining Websites In Photoshop
        09:07
    • Section 8 - Conclusion

      04:18
      • 8.1 What Have We Learned
        04:18
    • Chapter 1 - Getting Started

      30:57
      • 1.1 Getting Started
        01:11
      • 1.2 Understanding Raster And Vector
        03:42
      • 1.3 Setting Up Photoshop For The Web
        09:40
      • 1.4 Common Photoshop Productivity Techniques
        09:29
      • 1.5 Understanding Colour Spaces
        06:55
    • Chapter 2 - Preparing Your Images For The Web

      1:11:45
      • 2.1 Preparing Your Images For The Web
        09:50
      • 2.2 Why Resolution Doesn t Matter On The Web
        15:42
      • 2.3 Techniques For Resizing Images
        11:23
      • 2.4 Web Graphics Roundup
        07:40
      • 2.5 Saving Images As A GIF
        08:19
      • 2.6 Saving A Transparent GIF
        03:13
      • 2.7 Saving Images As JPEGs
        05:33
      • 2.8 Saving Images As PNGs
        04:01
      • 2.9 Saving Images In The SVG Format
        06:04
    • Chapter 3 - A Closer Look At Image Optimization

      55:39
      • 3.1 A Closer Look At Image Optimization
        07:50
      • 3.2 Optimizing Images As GIFs
        07:00
      • 3.3 Creating Animated GIFs
        06:24
      • 3.4 Optimizing Images As JPEGs
        04:40
      • 3.5 Saving As Both PNG 8 And PNG 24
        03:24
      • 3.6 Creating Alpha Transparency With PNGs
        03:37
      • 3.7 A Final Note On Image Optimization
        01:34
      • 3.8 Preparing Images For Retina Displays
        04:44
      • 3.9 Saving An Optimization Preset
        03:39
      • 3.10 Creating A Droplet
        07:00
      • 3.11 Batch Processing A Large Number Of Images
        02:48
      • 3.12 Using Photoshop s Image Processor Command
        02:59
    • Chapter 4 - Photoshop Web Styling Techniques

      30:02
      • 4.1 Photoshop Web Styling Techniques
        10:40
      • 4.2 Building A Website Header
        10:41
      • 4.3 Building A Navigation Menu
        08:41
    • Chapter 5 - Using The Photoshop Asset Generator

      18:11
      • 5.1 Using The Photoshop Asset Generator
        08:04
      • 5.2 Going Further With The Asset Generator
        07:46
      • 5.3 Final Notes When Using Generator
        02:21
    • Chapter 6 - Wrapping Up

      02:08
      • 6.1 Wrapping Up
        02:08
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course

      00:39
      • 1.1 Part 1 Introduction
        00:39
    • Module 2 - Glass

      32:19
      • 2.1 Part 2 Clouds
        03:02
      • 2.2 Simple Glass
        04:38
      • 2.3 Original Glass Image
        04:45
      • 2.4 Glass Inset
        04:52
      • 2.5 Cloud Copies
        03:46
      • 2.6 Bar Pieces
        07:52
      • 2.7 Glass Conclusion
        03:24
    • Module 3 - Metal

      39:16
      • 3.1 Part 1 Introduction
        00:34
      • 3.2 Simple Metals
        07:16
      • 3.3 Texturing Metal Part 1
        08:26
      • 3.4 Texturing Metal Part 2
        05:51
      • 3.5 Texturing Metal Part 3
        07:07
      • 3.6 Texturing Metal Part 4
        09:22
      • 3.7 Metal Conclusion
        00:40
    • Module 4 - Roads

      21:38
      • 4.1 Introduction
        00:39
      • 4.2 Road Example 1
        04:01
      • 4.3 Road Example 2
        16:12
      • 4.4 Conclusion
        00:46
    • Module 5 - Lightning

      15:19
      • 5.1 Introduction
        00:39
      • 5.2 Lightning Bolts
        13:54
      • 5.3 Conclusion
        00:46
    • Module 6 - Grass

      09:34
      • 6.1 Part 1 Grass Introduction
        00:39
      • 6.2 Grass Types
        08:24
      • 6.3 Conclusion
        00:31
    • Module 7 - Fire

      17:46
      • 7.1 Part 1 Flame Introduction
        00:34
      • 7.2 Flame Example 1
        06:37
      • 7.3 Flame Example 3
        05:09
      • 7.4 Flame Example 4
        04:02
      • 7.5 Conclusion
        01:24
    • Module 8 - Wood

      20:49
      • 8.1 Introduction
        00:39
      • 8.2 Wood Example 1
        04:14
      • 8.3 Wood Example 2
        02:58
      • 8.4 Wood Example 3
        12:09
      • 8.5 Conclusion
        00:49
    • Module 9 - Stucco

      18:44
      • 9.1 Introduction
        00:39
      • 9.2 Stucco Example 1
        02:38
      • 9.3 Stucco Example 2
        14:41
      • 9.4 Conclusion
        00:46
    • Module 10 - Paint Chips

      25:59
      • 10.1 Introduction
        00:39
      • 10.2 Scuffed Wall Marks
        06:01
      • 10.3 Paint Chips Example
        18:33
      • 10.4 Conclusion
        00:46
    • Module 11 - Water

      16:52
      • 11.1 Introduction
        00:39
      • 11.2 Water Example 2
        03:12
      • 11.3 Water Example 3
        12:12
      • 11.4 Conclusion
        00:49
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course

      00:36
      • 1.1 Introduction
        00:36
    • Module 2 - Introduction To Photoshop For Artists

      2:20:56
      • 2.1 Photoshop User Interface
        04:55
      • 2.2 The Menu Explained
        10:34
      • 2.3 File Options
        17:03
      • 2.4 Edit Options
        33:31
      • 2.5 Image Options
        24:22
      • 2.6 Layer Options
        32:35
      • 2.7 Select Options
        13:10
      • 2.8 Filter Gallery
        04:46
    • Module 3 - Creating Art With Photoshop

      2:35:15
      • 3.1 Liquify
        07:58
      • 3.2 Creating Vanishing Points
        10:13
      • 3.3 Additional Filters
        14:40
      • 3.4 3D Objects
        20:23
      • 3.5 View, Window And Help
        08:21
      • 3.6 Toolbar Move Selections
        27:55
      • 3.7 Toolbar Wrap Up
        42:06
      • 3.8 History And Actions
        15:03
      • 3.9 Layer Comps And Notes
        08:36
    • Module 4 - Making Your Artwork Stand Out

      1:26:23
      • 4.1 Navigator, Histogram And Info
        07:46
      • 4.2 Tool Presets , Brushes And Clone Source
        46:30
      • 4.3 Color, Swatches And Styles
        08:13
      • 4.4 Adjustments And Masks
        04:57
      • 4.5 Layers, Channels And Paths
        18:57
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course

      00:37
      • 1.1 Introduction
        00:37
    • Module 2 - Scripting And Layouts

      1:02:11
      • 2.1 Script Breakdown
        14:23
      • 2.2 Rough Layout Part 1
        24:50
      • 2.3 Rough Layout Part 2
        22:58
    • Module 3 - Scripting And Layouts

      3:01:07
      • 3.1 Mask Foreground Reference Images
        43:45
      • 3.2 Middle Ground And The Mountains
        45:39
      • 3.3 Buildings And Background
        46:10
      • 3.4 Sky And Water Effects
        45:33
    • Module 4 - Polishing And Special Effects

      3:11:03
      • 4.1 Shadows Highlights
        1:19:19
      • 4.2 Working With The Details
        14:08
      • 4.3 Completing The Details
        1:37:36
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Reviews

Siunie Sutjahjo
Siunie Sutjahjo

If you're looking to learn about creating websites with Photoshop, this course will help you get there effectively. This surely helped me

Tina Showale
Tina Showale

Thanks to this course, I can now create website on Photoshop. I am really happy to have acquired this skills. Kudos Simplilearn

Jim Horn
Jim Horn

Using Photoshop for designing a website is one of the most efficient approaches to design a user friendly site and I am happy that I can now designs websites with Photoshop

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