Web Graphics with Adobe Photoshop - DIT 21001

DIT 21001 36 hours

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This course will provide students with a solid foundation in the basics of the Adobe Photoshop application. Topics will include a general overview of the digital graphics, the navigational interfaces, and the file management requirements for Web application.  Students will mock-up an image of a Web interface/page, which will be used as a design platform in the HTML/CSS courses.

Prerequisites

  • Computer and internet access at home
  • The Photoshop software.
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Outcomes

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand the different digital graphic formats - bitmap versus vector graphics.
  • Work with the primary elements of the Photoshop interface - the Toolbox and Palettes.
  • Understand image resolution and size.
  • Use different selection methods.
  • Create and understand Type.
  • Use Layer Styles for maximum effect.
  • Organize content into layers and manipulate those layers.
  • Use Vector Shapes to create Web site graphics.
  • Understand Adjustment Layers.
  • Create and use Alpha Channels.
  • Use Photoshop Rulers and Guides to position page content.
  • Learn the differences between Web bitmap formats.
  • Develop a mockup layout for a Web site.
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