For anyone following a creative pursuit, the notion of obeying rules that determine proper aesthetics for an image seems nothing short of ludicrous; however, such rules can prove incredibly helpful as you work to improve your photography. Just remember, rules are made to be broken.
The creative utilization of color gradients, lighting effects, glow effects, and details such as inset pixel dividers can result into a beautiful and impressive website design. When deciding on a color theme, designers often choose whether they’d like to use a dark or a light palette; in this showcase, you’ll get to see light and bright designs.
In today’s post, you’ll find an assortment of top-notch Vector Packs, brushes, patterns, Free Fonts, Icon Sets and .PSD downloadable files that others have freely contributed to the design community.
In this web design tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a professional web design with an illustrated “vector” header in Photoshop. You’ll see many techniques here including how to draw using the Pen Tool and a excellent type treatment using layer styles.
Starter kits are great time savers for web designers; if you are a designer-cum-programmer think of it as your code snippets. These icons and graphics in a single file are particularly useful for designers who often create mock-ups for project pitching.
Watercolor effects are very popular in web and graphic design right now. Achieving an impressive look can be much easier if you have the right brushes to create the watercolor effect. In this post we’ll feature the best brush sets of this kind.
Whether you are designing a clean corporate website or a grunge portfolio site, color is going to play a major role in how the design is perceived by the audience. That’s why it’s important to get the colors right upfront. There are plenty of tools out there made especially for this, but like anything else some are better than others. Here are 10 color tools that I think are exceptionally useful.