Turning an image into a web page

Every second person you meet these days seems to be involved in graphic design. However, society's dependence on the internet is growing even more dramatically, and the number of boring and badly designed websites is increasing at a rate that can safely be described as an epidemic.

As enlightened and free-thinking creatives, it's the job of designers to think outside the box from time to time. Tried and tested conventions are all very well, but it doesn't hurt to go for the occasional walk on the wild side. Building a website from an artwork is a wonderful way to create a unique base that will delight your clients and capture a visitor's attention. In this tutorial, we'll look at the basics of creating an animated navigation, from slices to final HTML output and everything in between.

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