(PRWEB) July 17, 2012
SitePoint, the technology training resources publisher for web professionals, has just launched the 2nd edition of its best-selling book, Photoshop CS6 Unlocked: 101 Tips, Tricks, and Techniques by Corrie Haffly. An impressive 448 pages, it takes readers through everything they need to get started and then master Photoshop CS6 for their web projects.
Photoshop CS6 is the latest version of Adobe’s industry-leading image editor, and includes a series of new creative design tools (such as Content-Aware), as well as a fully redesigned interface.
“Photoshop CS6 Unlocked is the must-have handbook for web designers wanting to learn Photoshop CS6,” explained SitePoint Co-founder Matt Mickiewicz. “In this 2012 edition, readers receive all they need to unlock the power of Photoshop and greatly increase their web design productivity.”
Readers of the book will learn how to:
“In Photoshop CS6 Unlocked, 101 Tips, Tricks, and Techniques, author Corrie Haffly demonstrates how to use Photoshop to quickly and easily develop website backgrounds and buttons,” said Mr Mickiewicz. “The updates in this 2nd edition include creating and using sprites, as well as tons of time-saving tips.”
For full details about Photoshop CS6 Unlocked: 101 Tips, Tricks, and Techniques, 2nd edition, visit: http://www.sitepoint.com/photoshop-cs6-unlocked
About Corrie Haffly
Corrie Haffly graduated from UC Davis with a degree in mathematics. She created her first simple HTML page in 1998, after which she began working for Advantrics LLC in 2000. Here she brought its PixelMill and John Galt's Templates brands to the top of the website template market. Corrie went freelance from 2004 to 2010, before joining Synteractive as their lead designer. She lives in Davis with her husband and two sons.
Sitepoint is an online community and book publisher for professional web developers, freelancers, and web design firms. The sitepoint.com website reaches 3.0 million unique visitors per month. More information is available at http://www.sitepoint.com.