Cheat Sheet: Adobe Photoshop shortcuts

Kaitlyn Ellison

Hey guys and gals! It’s time for the next 99designs Shortcut Cheat Sheet. This time it’s Adobe Photoshop — perfect for pretty much anything except for logo design!

Remember: Photoshop is a raster-based design program and logos have to be vector — an example program for vector is Adobe Illustrator.

Check out our other Shortcut Cheat Sheet: Adobe Illustrator — print them out and start a Shortcut collection. Next in line is CorelDRAW and Adobe InDesign!

As always, if you have any others you want to see, let us know in the comments.

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Kaitlyn Ellison
Kaitlyn Ellison

Kaitlyn is part of the Community Team at 99designs.com. She grew up in Boulder, CO and went to school at Northwestern University in Chicago. When she's not blogging, she spends her time having adventures and being generally creative. She's all about having new experiences as often as possible!

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