We discovered these as a team during a Learning Fridaywith Eddy, there are so many quick keys that can make your life easier in Photoshop. Yes you don’t need to be a professional designer to be able to use Photoshop, I think it should be taught in school. Being able to manipulate an image is powerful. To be able to do it in a way where people can’t tell you did it?! That’s well what Eddy does!
It’s amazing what you can do in Photoshop, learn it, practice it, create something amazing! Oh and I know that title is a little aggressive, if we’ve missed some of if you don’t believe this list is right please add to it in the comments below!
Here are top 10 plus 5 Quick keys (shortcuts) in Photoshop
At Strategy Lab, we strive to educate every client on how to eventually manage their own website and create their own content. While we give you the tools to do this, your website’s performance will be enhanced by teaching yourself how to create dynamic content. For this reason (and because we love learning so much) here are three of my favourite places to learn online.
Created by Hadi Partovi and backed by many big names like Gates, Zuck (yeah, we’re on a nickname basis), and Dorsey, Code.org tackles the challenge of improving computer science education. Even if you don’t plan on creating the next Facebook, Code.org will put you on a path to understanding coding basics while changing the way you look at the internet.
Salman Khan began by making extremely simple videos to help his family learn basic math concepts. His pleasant voice and knack for explaining things in easy to understand ways led to his creation of the Khan Academy. It’s an amazing place to learn or refresh your skills in the areas of algebra, world history, or anything between.
Started by self-taught computer expert Lynda Weinman, Lynda.com is an amazing place to learn the basics and the intricacies of everything from Photoshop, to AutoCAD, to everything Apple.
Have a favourite place to learn online? Please share!