Designing a realistic stainless steel background in Photoshop for use in print or web design is a rather painless process. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make your own stainless steel effect in a few simple steps.
Here’s a quick way to further enhance the branding of your website. If you don’t have an iPhone go get one. Then try bookmarking your website; (go to a website in your iPhone Safari browser, hit the + symbol, and hit “Add Bookmark“). What this does is take a small screenshot of the webpage and […]
Ya.. I said “Web 2.0“.. what? Well if you’re still here after that, here’s the deal. I was reading an interesting tutorial about creating a button similar to the one found on the Campaign Monitor website. I actually went ahead and created the button, I always love seeing the approach other designers take at creating […]
If you’re a webdesigner you most likely use Photoshop to create mockups of webpage designs for your clients. One technique I use in a lot of my website designs is dotted borders. They add a lot more visual interest than a regular underline, and work great to break-up sections of content. So it’s easy enough […]
Apple is known for their clean designs, both in their products, and the way they display these products. One of the effects they have used a lot is displaying their images with a reflection of the product below it.
First off.. what is a FAVICON? A Favicon is the little picture that shows up next to the domain name in your web browser. Read on to find out how to create your own Favicon, and add it to your website, or WordPress Blog. The first step is to download the Photoshop plugin to save […]