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SharePoint 2010 Layered Photoshop File!

I am in the mood for sharing today so here is a great starter file to get your new design rolling. I created one for 2007 and now here is one for SharePoint 2010. I increased the resolution to 1280x800.


Download it Here.


Anonymous said…

For some reason Trend Internet Security identifies this page as dangerous - all other pages on your site are OK.

Could it be the link to the PSD file causing the problem?

Erik Swenson said…
Hmm, Not sure why it would be a dangerous page. Its simply a public sky drive page...
Marcy Kellar said…
Erik, I always find your psd after I create my own. I still love you for it. I still have a few Layer## in mine.
Rob Dornbush said…
Anybody done one for 1024 x 768 (or have a great argument for convincing the client that 1268 x 800 should be their native resoulution?)

Anybody ever tried putting the compamy logo in the upper right of 'ribbon container' instead of upper left of 2nd level banner?
Jason said…
I had no luck getting this page to work in FF MAC OS. Just fyi...
Tyler said…
Sorry for my ignorance.. I'm wondering what application, other than mock-up purposes, this file can help with?
Titus Hanke said…
I agree with Tyler. Other than being pretty, how do I get any modification into Sharepoint 2010???

Thanks, Titus
Anonymous said…
Hi Eric,

Shall I know how to deploy PSD to sharepoint site.
Anonymous said…
The use of the PSD if for Photoshop, not SharePoint. Don't you have to design something before you build it? That is the purpose of this file. Buy and read Eric's book and the use of this file will become clear.

Erik Swenson said…
Thanks Gary, Yes my book has a pretty good section dedicated to converting the Photoshop file to spliced up optomized images.
Erik Swenson said…
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