Tips & Tricks: From Comp to Working Web Page with Fireworks

Tips & Tricks: From Comp to Working Web Page with Fireworks

We're starting the new year with a little trip in the time machine, but admittedly, we're not all as up-to-speed as we'd like (need) to be when it comes to toggling evenly between print and web design. New year means new skills, though, and we're about to fix all of that.

Here we go with the reality: your web editor doesn't want to see your Photoshop comp of the new site feature or app you've developed to go with your print work--today we're going from your comp of starter layouts to a working Fireworks page your web team can run with...

With this tip, you go from just the initial creative to a full partner in the whole creative process, and keep your creative direction on the web assets as strong as it is for the print side. Definitely more than just a tip!

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