In this post I’d like to take a look at several examples of effective usage of blog sidebars and highlight some key points.
I’ve picked out a few examples that best demonstrate these SVG animation effects and how they can be applied to website layouts.
Creating buttons that keep the same style can be easy if you use Photoshop’s layer styles. Here’s a look at how you can create your own button layer styles.
Our product, the Wireframe Pro, makes it fast and easy to create amazing wireframes for your own web design projects.
All elements of design relate to the overall composition. Here are the basic principles about web composition and how you can practice them in your designs.
In this article we’ll look at 9 things that should be discussed between the designer and the client at the start of a project.
For those who do not have Photoshop, GIMP is an excellent (and free) alternative. In this post we’ll showcase 35 of the best tutorials for GIMP.
A huge collection of the best Flickr groups for web designers and graphic designers. These groups are ideal for getting design inspiration.
Photoshop brushes are used all the time by designers to create stunning graphics quickly and easily. While there are plenty of free and premium Photoshop brushes available for download, there are times when you can’t find an existing brush or brush pack that meets your needs. Or maybe you’ve found one that would be perfect, but it’s not licensed for use on commercial projects. In these situations you can create your own custom brushes and use them however you choose.
In this tutorial we will be going through the process of creating a Photoshop brush that resembles a realistic paint brush stroke. Although there are already a number of brush packs of this kind available, being able to create your own will give you more flexibility. Here’s a preview of what we will be creating.
The following redesign concepts for IMDb are incredibly fascinating. Some are similar to the current design while others are a complete revamp.
Differences attract the eye, and contrast heightens differences. This is the operative principle behind using contrast for web design…
Successful websites are user-focused. Ask yourself the 22 questions below to identify your target market and develop a plan to meet their needs.