Photoshop CC Automating Tasks

This course teaches intermediate designers how to use real-world automation techniques in Photoshop. You’ll learn about workflow techniques, built-in automation commands, actions, automating output, automating effects, and data-driven graphics.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Oct 11, 2019
Duration
2h 13m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Adding Automation to Your Workflow
Using Built-in Commands for Repetitive Tasks
Accessing, Using, and Customizing Actions
Outputting Files
Constructing Images with Data-driven Graphics, Extensions, and Custom Scripts
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Oct 11, 2019
Duration
2h 13m
Description

Spend less time on repetitive tasks in Photoshop by using automation techniques. In this course, Photoshop CC Automating Tasks, you will learn how to incorporate smart objects and other familiar concepts in your automation workflow; use built-in Photoshop automation commands; work with and record actions; automate output; and construct images with scripts, extensions, and data-driven graphics. You will learn these automation techniques while creating design and marketing materials for a conference. You will design a logo, make a style guide from a CC Library, create a backdrop, process photos with a conditional action, simultaneously output various sizes of banner ads, output mobile app prototype screens and assets, create effects, and generate attendee badges using data. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to use automation in Photoshop needed to produce a variety of materials much more efficiently. Software required: Photoshop CC.

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About the author

Myra Ferguson produces digital media training and experiences as an author and freelance multimedia designer/developer. As an Adobe Community Professional and Adobe User Group Manager, Myra enjoys sharing innovative digital media tips and tricks with the Adobe Community.

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