If you've never worked with images on your computer, you may have heard of Photoshop. Adobe Photoshop is an extremely powerful application that's used by many professional photographers and designers. You can use Photoshop for almost any kind of image editing, such as touching up photos, creating high-quality graphics, and much, much more.
Webnett is highly versed in the photoshop applications and software usage.
We use Photoshop to label your home page, adjust resolutions and render a better fit by merging different images.
Save For Web is a nifty feature of Adobe Photoshop that allows us to compromise in a better way with size and quality in order to retain a decent looking JPEG, PNG or GIF. It does this by reducing the quality and stripping out unnecessary metadata.
You want your image to load quickly, not take up too much space (this is particularly a consideration for third party websites like Facebook and Twitter who simply don’t allow large sizes) and still look great. With Save For Web you’re able to fine tune an image for web much more accurately than before, carefully balancing that compromise between compression/size and quality. Get it right, and you’re a step ahead of the game for all those still throwing full size images into their websites, profiles and portfolios and letting the software take best guess.
Free Photoshop Action For Slicing Graphics For HD Screens:
High-definition (or “Retina”) displays have spread wider and wider, and evidently their numbers will keep growing. So, as creators of products that will be consumed on Retina devices, we have to optimize our design and development workflow accordingly.
Slicing graphics from finished designs to use for development is one of the less enjoyable parts of building a website or app. And it takes a long time. Because slicing is a monotonous and straightforward task, using the right tool and workflow can save you hours or even days of work.
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