Every web designer should try using Adobe Photoshop for creating graphics at least once during their career. Adobe offers a free 30-day trial which is perfect for testing out a few tutorials. What makes Photoshop so great is the ability to customize and design PSD files which can be shared between designers and developers. The […]
The newest Adobe Creative Suite has brought on tons of attention for newly interested graphics designers. The field of web design specifically has grown in massive popularity over the past few years. And now we can find hundreds of similar tutorials online discussing many of these new ideas. I’ve put together this collection of 30 […]
In this roundup we have collected some pixel perfect UI element PSDs. If you like these resources you might also want to check out our previous post below.
In this post we have collected some photoshop and illustrator icon design tutorials. If you like these icon design tutorials you might also want to check out our previous posts below.
How to Make a Simple iOS style Book Icon
Web designers have been growing en masse for quite some time. And with this dramatic rise in popularity of designing for the web more artists have begun to release their work public. Icons, vectors, layouts, boxes, buttons, badges, and a whole slew of freebies! I’ve gathered 33 of my personal favorite PSDs found around the web.
All web designers should at least take a peek a the listing below. I can’t guaranteed you’ll find anything you need. But it’s always handy to have a backup folder where you can store graphics and PSDs for later usage.
Most of the sets featured in this post are of high-enough quality that they can be used for both web and print projects. I hope you enjoy the collection.
In this tutorial we’re going to be creating a gorgeous and modern user interface button suitable for the web or a mobile interface design. We’ll be using a handful of Photoshop techniques that are bound to come in handy for more than just creating buttons; in fact, the techniques we’ll be using are often used in most UI elements.
Create a new Photoshop document (I’ve used a 1000×1000 pixel RGB 72dpi document for this tutorial – keep in mind this will need to be a high resolution if you’re designing for a mobile device with a high resolution display such as an iPhone 4). Fill your background layer with a color of your choice, I used this lovely mid-blue color.