WEB

prepare your artwork for your websites. Using Adobe Bridge, attach metadata to each file. Select a picture file in the Content panel, go to the Metadata panel and scroll down to IPTC Core. 

Open the high-res file in Photoshop. Go to Image > Image Size. Change the resolution of the image 1o 72 ppm (pixels per inch), then change the width to 2070 pixels. Let the height be whatever it is. If the image is very wide and not very tall, you'll have to modify the dimensions. Your CMS (Content Management System) will adjust so that your artwork sizes look compatible on screen.

If you're using Adobe Photoshop CS 6 got to File > Save for Web. Choose the tab that says 4-Up so you can study the original art compared to the different settings. Fiddle around with GIF and JPEG so you can see what they look like, selecting a different panel with your image and look at the metadata below to see the file size.

In the end, choose jpeg and adjust the Quality slider so that your file size is under 2MB. Study areas with fine detail and gradients to make sure it looks as good as possible while keeping the file size small enough. When done, click "Save" and when asked, create a new folder for you web images and save them all there. The file names cannot have spaces and hyphens will be added where you do have spaces between words.


 

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