With the Flat Design Tutorial you will learn to create amazing webdesign and prototypes with Photoshop.
In 2 hours, you will learn about the latest flat UI techniques
This course is for aspiring web and product designer willing to sharpen their design and Photoshop skills. In a 2-hour tutorial, you will receive a good introduction to Flat Design, which is the latest trend in modern Web Design.
If you are new to Photoshop, this is a good place to start as the course will walk you through every step of the prototyping process.
The course includes:
For this course, you will need:
By the end of the course:
In this lecture, we will see how to use the 960 grid as a foundation for the prototyping process as well as how to keep layers organized.
We will build:
We will use extra flat ui assets to build the about section of this prototype
This lecture will teach you how to add a layer mask.
We will start with defining the layout of the services section with shapes and colors.
Graphics will be duplicated from the flat ui kit documents
We will finish importing the flat ui graphics and add cute buttons to each service box.
In this part, we will work with shapes, layer mask and the grid system.
the contact box will be aligned properly with the help of the grid system
Just like in the sections section, we will import images by duplicate layers and use layer mask.
Then, we will add content and add flat icons to create look-alike online business cards
We will use shapes to put together a form section
To finalize this template, we will import a map to place next to the contact form. Very easy & quick process.
My name is Sandy. I am a freelance Web Designer and Developer based out of Toronto, in Ontario, Canada.
I love creating beautiful, professional and user-friendly websites using the Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash to name a few.
Also, I am keen on Web marketing, Web analytics, Visual Design, Video Editing, Photography and WordPress development.
On top of being a Udemy instructor, I am an avid learner of new technologies and digital stuff.