How to Create a Professional Web Layout in Photoshop

Step 14 : Creating Footer and Finishing

Make a selection for the footer and fill it with a grey value.

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Apply Color Overlay.

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Finally add footer navigation and copyright info. And that concludes the session. Take a look at the final image.

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Final Results

website template

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Download the PSD

Tutorial by Niranth M

profileI am a Graphic Designer and a wannabe VFX artist. Worked extensively in the Web design industry. Thank you for following this tutorial. Hope you learned something and had fun reading this tutorial.

– niranth

104 thoughts on “How to Create a Professional Web Layout in Photoshop”

  1. Hi, im a beginner at photoshop. And i’m stuck at making highlight line at step 3. I can’t change the line color to gradient. It keep the color i choose before i draw the line

    1. Denny Tang

      Sorry I don’t quite understand which part you’re stuck on. Can you elaborate on what you’re doing?

  2. There are so many free theses out there for web layouts, I am not even sure I would spend the time it takes to create my own :)

  3. Hi,

    I understand this is a design tutorial…but is there a tutorial for turning the design into an actual website with the coding and stuff?

  4. This tutorial is really nice…Can anyone tell me how to convert these psd files to codings….and run it on my browser……………….?

  5. I’m really lost with this step “Blend the pattern smoothly into the header. Add a Layer Mask to the pattern layer. Pick a soft brush and paint with a large soft brush. Pick #ffffff for brush color. Reduce the brush Opacity to about 60% and paint. If you find it too strong then adjust the layer opacity individually.” … is there another tutorial I should look at to understand layer masks? Thanks!

  6. Some technical change or creative steps can improve the design than what are shown here as tutorial. I believe tutorial are just an example or way, if someone can walk well maintaining that way and look around the road, the learner can make something more appealing design. BTW…this was help thought. Thanks :)

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