Parallax Slider Design
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Parallax Slider Design

Make Your Website Come to Life
4.8 (3 ratings)
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17 students enrolled
Created by Martin Perhiniak
Last updated 5/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Create engaging web sliders
  • Combine photos into interesting compositions
  • Apply parallax effects using WordPress or Joomla
  • Learn how to make parallax sliders engaging
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Requirements
  • Basic Photoshop skills
  • Basic understanding of WordPress or Joomla
  • Necessary to purchase slider plug-in with parallax feature for WordPress or Joomla site to finish course
Description

Learn how to design engaging and interactive web sliders using Photoshop and WordPress! In this course Martin - Adobe Certified Instructor and freelance designer - will guide you through an easy-to-follow workflow showing you several best practices and explaining some theory too.

This course is for anyone who is into web design or planning to get into designing websites and blogs. You should join this course if you have some basic Photoshop knowledge and if you are planning to use WordPress, Joomla or other CMS for the website you are working on.

Sliders are probably one of the most important elements in web design so it is crucial to make them engaging and interactive. Almost every blog needs a good slider that crowns the site and welcomes the users. Parallax is a great technique, which uses the same principal as in animation when the background images move by the camera slower than foreground images, creating an illusion of depth in a 2D scene and adding to the immersion.

Watch the first video in the course to see the final result.

Who is the target audience?
  • Who wants to improve their WordPress or Joomla sites
  • Who wants to learn useful Photoshop techniques
  • Who wants to see a complete web design workflow from start to finish
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 14 Lectures Collapse All 14 Lectures 01:21:04
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Introduction
2 Lectures 10:02
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Designing the Slider in Photoshop
8 Lectures 57:06

Creating a Panoramic Photo
14:52

Finding Stock Photos
05:11

Combining Images
12:38

Adding Text
04:21

Splitting Up the Background
10:04

Testing the Animation in Photoshop
01:52

Exporting Images for Web
03:44
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Making the Slider Work in WordPress
4 Lectures 13:56
Creating Slider in WordPress
02:36

Importing the Images
04:26

Adding Parallax Effect to Images
06:08

Conclusion
00:46
About the Instructor
Martin Perhiniak
4.6 Average rating
485 Reviews
16,567 Students
12 Courses
Yes I'm a Designer

Martin Perhiniak is a Certified Adobe Design Master and Instructor, and an incredibly talented teacher and one of the most popular author on Tuts+ Network. He has been teaching Adobe applications for several years in classrooms, online courses, seminars and shows around the World. Martin has worked as a designer with companies like Disney, Warner Brothers, Cartoon Network, Sony Pictures, Mattel, and DC Comics. He feels it his mission to share his insights of the design industry and its latest trends with beginners and creative professionals around the World.

Visit Martin's website and watch his Design Tip of the Week tutorials and you can follow him on Facebook and Twitter to be updated about his latest projects.