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Artboard in Photoshop

Artboard In Adobe Photoshop

Let’s see, where and how to use Artboard tool in Photoshop.

Artboard tool is located beside move tool. What is the use of Artboard tool? The Artboard tool in the Tools panel, is grouped with the move tool to create special group layers called Artboards that define canvas subareas, and expand the canvas as they are moved. Basically, an Artboard is a container with a rectangular boundary that, in many ways, behaves like a layer group.

As shown in video, you can crop your image using Artboard. You will see plus sign around your image. As you click any of them, a new Artboard of same size will add to that direction. To adjust the size, you can use dots present on the image, as shown in video.

This way, you can make Artboard in Photoshop.


Artboards are a way to organize and design wireframes in Photoshop. They allow you to create one design with multiple screens that can then be exported into one PDF. Artboards are an effective way to prototype web and mobile applications with the help of Photoshop.

A new user to Photoshop might not know what an artboard is, and how it works. The artboard is a tool in photoshop that allows you to make a design on one screen and then scale it up or down for different screens. It's mainly used for designing webpages, but can be used for other things as well.

Artboards can be a huge time saver for designers. They allow designers to create a page layout in one Photoshop file and export it as a single PDF. This means no more exporting back and forth from photoshop to InDesign. It's also easier to work on one area of the design at a time without worrying about accidentally overlapping other pages or elements in the design.

Artboards allow designers to create a cohesive series of graphics based on a single design. They can also be used as a template for future designs. Artboards are invaluable for creating pixel-perfect web graphics and UI elements.

Artboards are an excellent way to create a digital mockup of a user interface. They allow for fast, responsive changes to be made while the designer is working. Artboards can be used for sketches and wireframes.

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