Production Graphics with Wendy Peck at Webreference.com | 10
Working solutions for the graphics professional
More navigation graphics! Two weeks ago, we took a tour through sites with great navigation graphics. It was a popular topic, so I have more for you. From sites that are special because they are simple, to navigation running several layers deep, here are samples to inspire ideas for your next project. Navigation Graphics 2. And if you missed the first part, check out Navigation Graphics 1.
Glass is hot! Classy little glass buttons are popping up more and more. Easy to edit once the initial style is complete, they attract attention without overwhelming the page. Learn to build glass buttons in PhotoShop and PaintShop Pro. The first in an ongoing navigation button series. Glass buttons.
Digging deeper into masks: Two weeks ago we opened a subject that tortures many graphic artists masks. This week, we are digging deeper into the mysteries of masks and wander carefully into (gasp) channels. They aren't so hard ... really! Masks 2.
Demystifying masks: People who use masks for computer graphics love the power that they offer for special effects and reduced production time. But masks are often misunderstood even feared. There is no need for that. Though masks can be confusing they are really quite simple, as you will see in this, the first of a two part series on masks. Take a break and practice with the techniques included. Before long, you will join those who love the power of masks. Masks.
Wow! Lynda Weinman in person ... well, in personal conversation with yours truly. I had a long chat with Lynda about the future, the past and what we as Web developers should be watching. Lynda has achieved a lot, personally and professionally. She is also wonderfully warm, witty and truly in love with this industry and committed to passing on what she knows. Sit back and follow the conversation. Lynda Weinman.
Wendy Peck is a working Web designer and writer living in NW Ontario, Canada. http://wpeck.com.
Graphic Greats: Navigation Graphics
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Created: Apr. 1, 2000
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