1 Photoshop/ImageReady: Use these to make decent images/buttons/menus.
ImageReady can slice an image up into links and do some stuff that can
really save you time.
2. Dreamweaver MX: A quick an easy way to format everything. MS Word will
put ALOT of extra stuff into a html page for formatting.
3. Stylesheets: By far the best way of getting some consistancy onto your
"Henry" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Jey Gifford wrote:
> > Nick,
> > My suggestions would be:
> > 1) Buy Photoshop (with ImageReady) and learn how to use those. (They
> > can export your images to the correct html tables and whatnot)
> > 2) Visit LOTS of web sites and read TONS of magazine ads. Bookmark &
> > clip the ones that you think look good.
> > 3) Ask yourself and analyze WHY something looks good.
> > 4) Try to pay special attention to spacing and alignment of text &
> > graphics
> > 5) Avoid "GOING NUTS" with font usage. That's a sure way to set off
> > the amateur alarm.
> > 6) REMEMBER: Simplicity and readability speak VOLUMES
> > 7) Enjoy the ride. Five Years from now, you'll look back at your
> > proudest work and scream "WHAT WAS I THINKING?!?!?!?!?!" :)
> > jEY
> Roy... you must be bad in Photoshop!
> These samples are very, very average.
> Just few actions and you could do magic in Photoshop.
> And in some sites you could d/load them for free.