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Photoshop for the Web video course

April 5, 2010


If you haven’t already caught them, I am releasing FREE videos from our new course on how to properly build a page layout in Photoshop to then take it to the Web.

In this video, we learn about preparing the screen dimensions for the Web in Photoshop:

You can catch many of the free videos on Photoshop in the KillerSites Community forums.

Be fast, be nimble and be a proud nerd!

Stefan Mischook

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Photoshop for the Web – video tutorial course.

March 31, 2010


I am now starting to release a bunch of free videos from our soon to be released Photoshop for the Web course. The complete video course (with source files) will be soon available on our video tutorial subscription service and soon thereafter as a download or DVD purchase.

In the meantime, you will be able to find many videos in a forum dedicated to the Photoshop for the Web course.

About the Video Course

The main goal is to teach you how to take a Photoshop CS4 based web page layout and to turn it into a website with the help of Dreamweaver CS4. Along the way, you will put to practice lessons learned from our series of articles on proper design.

Note: Even though we are using Photoshop and Dreamweaver, the lessons learned are pretty much usable with any Photo editing (The Gimp, Photopaint etc …) and web design software (Web Expression, Net Objects etc …) – these days, all these programs work in much the same way.


Stefan Mischook (Top nerd)

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Photoshop to a Website

September 20, 2007

Photoshop to a web page

I’ve been asked on many occasions: how can you take a Photoshop layout and turn it into a web page?

Actually, here is a snippet of an email from a reader:

“I would love to see an example of taking a psd file, which is how I usually start. And then go to Step One, Step Two, etc to turn it into a web page.”

You have a few options … let’s start with the option you should avoid: slicing images.

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