I have a PNG image which contains the header, footer, and content from an existing web site.
My client wants to make a new page using the existing design. I've got PNG files from them which I need to use to make a mockup which reflects the changes they've shown to me.
When I create an HTML mock up page, referencing their supplied PNG, without first creating a PSD file, the client tells me that is not the professional way. They tell me I should first alter the PSD, then convert that to HTML.
I haven't used Photoshop in a long time. I need to know what exactly needs to be done to complete this work. I've already spent a lot of time on it and I'm running late.
Does anyone have any idea how I may be able to do this faster and more efficiently?
Please tell me how to start working with Photoshop. How can I finish this work and make it perfect?
- When I work on the PSD files and compare it to their existing work, my work is not as good as theirs.
Can someone teach me how to get better hand with Photoshop for web-layout design.
[I thing After rewrite my post I am better able to show what I am looking for. @Ryan, their is nothing like permission need here. I check myself that all-pages come from a site's different section and that's their official site.]