7 Photoshop Web Design Projects. Learn Web Design by Doing
7 Photoshop Web Design Projects. Learn Web Design by Doing Download
Learn Photoshop web design by doing! Create 7 Photoshop web designs from scratch + 7 Photoshop web design assignments
What you’ll learn
- Create web designs that provide a great UI UX (user experience)
- Help your clients grow their business by learning what it takes to design a great user experience
- Learn how creating great web designs, that help your clients grow, will help you grow your design business (and likely will end up with more work than you can handle)
- You’ll learn the 7 most popular types of web design styles
- You’ll learn what type of design styles to avoid (and why)
- Learn add-on services you can up-sell your web design clients
- You’ll learn how to re-touch images like a pro
- You’ll learn how to stand-out among 10’s of thousands of other web designers
- Learn how to remove subjects from a background (non-destructively… just like the pros)
- You’ll learn how to transform an ordinary image into a piece of artwork
Photoshop web design, learn by doing. Master UX web design with Photoshop. Web design is all about the user experience.
The goal of this course is to teach you how to create web designs, that provide a great user experience, through actually doing projects (and not watching me design them).
Learn how to create great web designs, in Photoshop, AND create a great user experience through doing actual web design projects. Learn web design by doing!
Photoshop – UX – Web Design Project 1
Your first UX web design project will consist of creating a unique, creative homepage for Nike. You’ll learn about my creative design with the design briefing. Then, you’ll learn about the importance of picking images and how to remove subjects from the background… like a pro.
You’ll learn how to create a header, a mega menu a Call-to-Action (CTA) and much more.
Once you’ve practiced what you learned, by re-doing my web design, you’ll use YOUR creative vision to develop a web design for your portfolio.
Photoshop – UX – Web Design Project 2
This UX web design project will have you transform an an old, outdated, real estate website into a professional design style. The new design was created for a better UX (user experience). Which will help the client grow their business by including a call-to-action that prospects will not be able to refuse.
- You’ll learn about irresistible offers and how to create them through a CTA
- how to create custom hero sections with custom shapes, in Photoshop
- how to use layer masks to show/hide different elements
- pro tips for using images of people, in Photoshop
- pro tips for deciding on what type of photos to include
- how to use gradients to make your backgrounds more dynamic, in Photoshop
- how to easily update your clients logo for a more up-to-date and modern look
- pro tips on how to promote your client through effective writing (or outsource)
- pro tips on how to qualify leads through great design
- and much more…
What you’ll learn can easily be applied to any type of company and web design. Plus, I’ll share with you one of my little secrets on adding credibility and elevating your clients standing in the community which also increases the chances more people will do business with your client.
Photoshop – UX – Web Design Project 3
Our next UX web design project consists of updating another old, out-dated website and giving it a new, fresher, modern design.
Many new tips and web design tricks revealed in this project. Learn why I chose a sticky menu for this website, why I chose a hidden menu (via the Hamburger icon), how I created a seamless gradient background (from header to hero to the footer) for a modern flair, more pro tips on images, how to work with a third party application as part of your UX web design, and much more.
Photoshop – UX – Web Design Project 4
The next part of this web design, involves creating a great (UX) user experience by giving visitors exactly what they are looking for. In this case a place to rent. You’ll achieve this by designing a filter, in the Hero section, that will allow visitors to narrow down their search.
If visitors are not ready to do business through this site, they’ll be more so after scrolling down to the first section that includes 4 benefit driven services. You’ll learn how to create 4 custom icons from scratch and tips on how to sell your client on showcasing their benefits. Plus, additional tips throughout for communicating with your client on why you designed the page the way you did.
Then, I’ll give you some UX design tips for quickly, and easily adding multiple listings by using Command/Control J (Photoshop shortcut). This section of the web design project has a lot more pro tips. One of which is arranging, styling and choosing fonts to make it easier to read content.
We’re not done with what you’ll learn in this project! In fact, I give you 2 services you can up-sell your clients on (you’ll put in your design first since it’s so easy to do and then you sell them on it). One of which can put more money in their pocket with very little effort. Your clients will have a hard time turning down money. The hard part is deciding how much to charge. Which is entirely up to you.
Photoshop – UX – Web Design Project 5
Your next UX web design project consists of taking an old, out-dated, government text based design and creating a more image based web design. Why the switch? The “government” is trying to sell their location to tourists and images tell the story better than text. After all, an “image is worth a thousand words”.
- You’ll start off with a simple Header and Hero section.
- Then, you’ll learn more about typography choices and styling, for Photoshop.
- How the right choice of images is important and the wrong choice can be a disaster.
- Learn how to create a pop-up Hover state, in Photoshop
- and much more
Photoshop – UX – Web Design Project 6
Oh boy! You’re in for a treat.
This is my favorite UX web design project! You’ll learn something you didn’t know was possible… how to find out what font was used from a (flattened) JPG file! Yep, I’ll show you where to upload your file and a computer will crunch it’s database of 100,000+ fonts and tell you which one was used!
So far, most of our UX web design projects have had a modern, clean UX web design style applied to them. Not this time. We’re going all out on transforming a plain, boring site with a bold, fun retro design style.
You’ll start off by creating a retro slider for the Hero section. Then you’ll design an e-commerce like body section featuring old-movie posters. All while learning more pro UX web design tips along the way!
Photoshop – UX – Web Design Project 7
By now, you’ve learned just about all my UX web design tips. Don’t despair. I have a few more pro tips and Photoshop tricks to share with you in this final UX web design project.
Including, how to transform an ordinary, boring, plain, photo into a work-of-art; a Watercolor (in Photoshop). No worries. No need to by a canvas, brushes or watercolor paint. I’ll show you how to do it in Photoshop!
Once you’ve completed all 7 UX web design projects you’ll have mastered over a dozen keyboard shortcuts (that will help you design faster). Plus, if you applied my suggestions, you’ll have 7 UX web designs developed from YOUR creative vision and design style for your portfolio. All of which, can be submitted to our Q&A section for feedback or just to show off your new skills.
Who this course is for:
- rated for new (and advanced) users; See the Photoshop crash course section
- Advanced users; Dive right into the 7 web design projects
- Anyone who wants to be a web designer
- Anyone who wants to stand out from the other 10’s of thousands of web designers