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Training > Introduction to Web Graphics Course

Course Objective: Introduction to Web Graphics Course, you will learn how to use Macromedia Fireworks 8 to -
- Create and maintain graphics for your website
- Apply effects, merge text and graphics
- Create buttons, rollovers, navigation bars and banners for use in internet and intranet sites
- Create web template and export graphics to html
- Retouch digital photographs

Course Outline:

1.0 Understanding Graphics
1.1 Graphic formats
1.2 Choosing the right format
1.3 Vectors vs. Bitmap
2. Fireworks interface
2.1 Tools
2.2 Getting Started
2.3 Drawing rectangles, circles, and polygons
2.4 Selecting and organizing objects
2.5 Moving Objects
2.6 Transforming Objects
2.7 Free-hand drawing
2.8 Entering text
2.9 Colors, Fills, Strokes, Live Effects
2.10 Layers
2.11 Frames
2.12 Symbols
2.13 Exporting

3. Exercise
3.1 Buttons Rollovers
3.2 Navigation Bar
3.3 Web Template
3.3.1 Create a working folder
3.3.2 Create a new document
3.3.3 Save the document
3.3.4 Add objects on the Canvas
3.3.5 Slice Images
3.3.6 Export to HTML
4. Retouch digital snaps with digital effects
4.1 Retouch using commands
4.2 Retouch with Batch Process

Course Fee - $495.00 (incl GST)

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