Clean and Professional Web Design

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Final Preview Have a look at the layout that we’ll be creating in this tutorial. You can see the final preview of the image below

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Create a Clean and Professional Web Design in PhotoshopFeb 17 2010 by Waheed Akhtar | 105 Comments | Stumble Bookmark In this Photoshop web design tutorial we are going to design a smashing, clean, and professional website layout in Photoshop. The layout we are doing in this tutorial can be used as personal or corporate website design.Update: This is the first part of a two-part series that will teach you how to create the layout in Photoshop, and then how to convert it to a standards-compliant (X)HTML web design.The "Clean and Professional Web Design" SeriesPart 1: Create a Clean and Professional Web Design in PhotoshopPart 2: Coding a Clean and Professional Web DesignFinal PreviewHave a look at the layout that well be creating in this tutorial. You can see the final preview of the image below or click here for a full size version.Prepare your Photoshop document1 Create a new document in Photoshop (Ctrl/Cmd + N) using the settings from the following image.Set the units and rulers settings2 Make sure that you are working in pixel units, which is the standard fixed unit for web design. Set up the following settings for your Rulers from the Preferences dialog window (Ctrl/Cmd + K); click on Units & Rulers and ensure that you have everything set as shown in the figure below.Add guides to designate the content area3 Activate Photoshop Rulers from View > Rulers. Toggle the visibility of the rulers by pressing "Ctrl/Cmd + R". Also open the Info panel from Wi

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