Useful Cheat Sheets for Web Designers
Cheat sheets (also known as reference cards, reference sheets, etc.) not only helps you remember things quickly, but can also serve as wall decoration for your workspace.
In this post, you’ll find 28 excellent, useful cheat sheets in various file formats for Photoshop, Dreamweaver, colors, typography, and other web-design related topics all in one page with pictures of each cheat sheet. These cheat sheets are used even by the best web designers!
Keys for using the Layers palette (HTML)
Photoshop Toolbox Reference (HTML)
Photoshop Lasso Tool Cheatsheet
Photoshop Brush Tool Cheatsheet
RGB Hex Colour Chart
Color Reference Guide (PDF)
Web Safe Color Chart (HTML)
Hexidecimal Color Chart (HTML)
The Browser Safe Colors (HTML)
Mixing Typefaces (PDF)
Blueprint CSS Cheat Sheet
YUI Library: CSS Reset, Base, Fonts, and Grids (PDF)
Apple’s CSS Cheat Sheet Widget (Mac Dashboard Widget)
HTML & XHTML Tag Quick Reference (PDF)
Dreamweaver Quick Reference Guide (PDF)
Dreamweaver CS3 for Mac Quick Reference Card (PDF)
Will the browser apply the rule(s)? (HTML)
W3C DOM Compatibility Tables (HTML)
There’s a number of cheat sheets you can use for different areas of web design. These are just little things, but they can save your agency a ton of time, which will save the client a ton of money. Clients look for things such as the efficiency of an agencies procedures when they are choosing a web design company. Even big institutions such as colleges, or fortune 500 companies are looking for ways to save on web design, so using these cheat sheets can help drive down the time of a project and the price for the client.