Portfolio Web Layout

April 18th, 2007 by ART-D Posted in Adobe Photoshop, Web Layout

   

Using the same instrument, try to make a small circle on the lowest part of the site’s panel:

Create Portfolio Web Layout in Photoshop CS

The layer’s parameters:
Blending Options>Drop Shadow

Create Portfolio Web Layout in Photoshop CS

Blending Options>Inner Glow

Create Portfolio Web Layout in Photoshop CS

Blending Options>Stroke

Create Portfolio Web Layout in Photoshop CS

Selecting the previous instrument, it’s possible to draw several more circles on the lowest part of the site’s panel:

Create Portfolio Web Layout in Photoshop CS

The layer’s parameters:
Blending Options>Gradient Overlay

Create Portfolio Web Layout in Photoshop CS

Gradient’s parameters:

Create Portfolio Web Layout in Photoshop CS

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  • Cem

    05/09/2009

    Hi!

    Which version do you use on photoshop?
    For example, cs 4 or extended version?
    Because, i use cs4 extended version but i’can’t do gradient tool. =(

    Sincerely,

    Cem

  • Addon Solutions

    06/08/2010

    Hey,

    Its more interesting information that how anyone can design best layout from this tutorials thanks for sharing here

    Thanks

  • Nuß

    04/09/2010

    -Cem, Photoshop has had the gradient tool going all the way back to 3.0 I believe. You will find it as an alt tool of the paint bucket. Click and hold over the different tools, to get the other options or just press apple + G (mac) Ctrl+G (PC)

  • Hire PHP Developers

    19/10/2010

    this nice …… and thnks

  • kenichifc

    17/12/2010

    thanks for tutorial. Love it, simple and effective :D

  • Adam

    01/02/2011

    I dont get this:

    (make a mouse’s click, pressing the Alt button simultaneously between the window’s layer and the screenshot’s one)

  • Dana

    22/02/2011

    Thanks for all the tutorials. They are very helpfull, no extra details.. so I don’t get bored… reading 10000 steps :). Short and clear.
    Regards

  • J. Hendrix

    17/03/2011

    Thanks for sharing, this is a nice tutorial :)

  • Chicken

    24/05/2011

    (make a mouse’s click, pressing the Alt button simultaneously between the window’s layer and the screenshot’s one)

    I don’t understand this step.
    Can someone help me clear this up?
    Thanks a lot!

  • Piotr Plachta

    30/05/2011

    Great tutorial :)

  • guest

    22/06/2011

    Step – (make a mouse’s click, pressing the Alt button simultaneously between the window’s layer and the screenshot’s one) , is not at all clear.. I could not get the screen shot in ecllipse.

  • Steven H

    26/06/2011

    Hey. i have followed this tutorial and where the links will be in the tabs there is no way of turning them into a role over image and placing them inside the tabs and linking them in dreamweaver. can anyone help me out on how to make a rollover image and placing them into the tabs for the links.
    i want to keep the slant look but i dont know how to make the rollovers to place in them tabs.

  • Tom

    04/07/2012

    I’m trying to build a HTML page from a similar design. I’m having trouble making the slanted menu tabs into links. I have them saved as separate images and can get them to link, but I cannot line them up because the ‘square’ around the menu tabs is there. Is there any way of overlapping the squares and making this work as a menu? Also the background around the image also acts as a link

  • prachi

    20/12/2012

    What a lovely tutorial. Very creative.Thank you for sharing.
    I have a request. Can you please tell us how to convert such photoshop designs to css web layout ? Any css tutorial which breaks the classic boxed layout ? I have the same query as TOM and Steven have asked.

  • VC

    20/02/2014

    (make a mouse’s click, pressing the Alt button simultaneously between the window’s layer and the screenshot’s one)

    Look at the Layers
    pressing Alt button then CLICK the LINE between 2 layers (one is circle and other is image). =)) enjoy the magic