We’re using Photoshop for big web projects, and often use more than one designer for different pages within the same web project. We use color swatches to get a consistent result across many different pages, and regardless of who’s working on the Photoshop files.
However, we often end up with many different font-sizes and font-families. Does Photoshop allow us to create a predefined set of allowed fonts to use in our projects, so we can streamline that as well?
Is it possible to predefine text-styles in one place, and update all textfields using that predefined textstyle in one place (for example: font-size, font-family and color)?
Yes, you can define paragraph styles.
Just go to Window -> Paragraph Styles. Start writing text and highlight it. Now you can click the “New”-Icon, thus creating a style. Doubleclik it and set everything you want.
Using this, you can create any number of styles (I like to name them p, h1, h2, h3…) and apply them to a paragraph by just cliking o the style name in the paragh style window.
All text live updated. When you change a style, all text that currently has that style will change.