SitePoint's new guide, The Photoshop Anthology, shows designers how to use Photoshop for creating, optimizing and manipulating web graphics, as well as for designing Web sites.
SitePoint Pty. Ltd. (sitepoint.com), provider of fun, practical, and easy-to-understand content for web professionals, today announced the release of "The Photoshop Anthology: 101 Web Design Tips, Tricks & Techniques" by Corrie Haffly.
This comprehensive book answers 101 "How do I?" questions on topics ranging from creating backgrounds, buttons, and text effects, to manipulating images, creating web interfaces, building animations, and more.
Corrie also explains techniques that can greatly improve workflow and make working with Photoshop more efficient, including batch processing and the automation of repetitive tasks.
"We believe the book's full-color layout and large format (8" x 10") make this one of the most usable and enjoyable Photoshop titles available," said Mark Harbottle, CEO of SitePoint.
"Every web designer who uses Photoshop to produce web graphics needs a copy of this book. Whether you're relatively inexperienced, or you already have a host of sites in your portfolio, you'll find countless useful examples, techniques, tips, and tricks that you can apply immediately to your own designs in this book," notes author Corrie Haffly.
Page Count: 278
Price: $39.95 USD / $51.95 CDN