Creating a folder icon in Fireworks
Adobe Fireworks is a familiar tool to a significant subset of web developers. There are many reasons for this. In addition to the benefits of integrating with Dreamweaver, Fireworks has an easy-to-use interface and includes a wide array of web-focused features. The image creation, slicing, and optimization tools make Fireworks extremely useful for both beginning and advanced users alike.
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This tutorial will show you how to create in Fireworks the icon for the Palm Pre frame.
I love: icons and Fireworks! And as I’m a big fan of Bjango’s work I’ll start with a very simple tutorial to show you how to create a very cool icon using Fireworks.
This tutorial shows you the process of creating a website application in Adobe Fireworks CS4—from sketching the original page design to developing wireframes, to creating the final design. All the essential tools and instructions will be covered in this article to help you begin creating websites and designs within Fireworks CS4 right away. If you are already familiar with Fireworks, you'll get a tour of some new features included in Fireworks CS4 as you follow along.
few weeks ago I decided to create a camera icon. Usually I would do that in Illustrator or Photoshop, however as I use Fireworks pretty much most of my time I chose to create the icon using it. The cool thing about Fireworks is that you have the vector features found in Illustrator with bitmaps features found in Photoshop, especially layer style filters.
While certainly not as well known as Photoshop, Adobe Fireworks is a great tool for creating user interfaces, website designs and mock-ups, wireframes, icons and much more. However, most designers who have been using Photoshop for years may find Fireworks a bit awkward at first. Fireworks does have a slightly different workflow and requires a slightly different approach than you may be used to.
Here is a simple tutorial on a Fireworks image effect technique. You might have seen or might have thought about creating a border around an image, and to make it little more catchy.
Learn how to create pictures in the shape of objects you create using the paste Inside technique in Fireworks.This tutorial demonstration is in Fireworks MX 2004. However, it can also be done in previous versions of Fireworks.The one great design idea that I love in Fireworks is the Paste Inside command.
This tutorial will show you how to create a 3D-looking icon, adding fine details and shadows, using textures and making the illustration very realistic with gradients and lights. At the end of the tutorial it will be hard to say which software you used to create the icon because of its depth and stunning look and feel.
Adobe Fireworks Tutorial: Creating triangles in Fireworks is simple.
Using Adobe Fireworks, I show you how to create a glassy style button/icon you might find on a mobile device or as a social media button.