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20 Awesome Computer Design Tutorials and Templates
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Some of you may not be good designers and not familiar with the site or icon design. Professional templates and useful computer design tutorial would be great resources for your design and web developments. In this article, 20 most awesome computer design tutorials and templates have been selected for your information and reference.
10 Business templates have difference in their design, styles and usage purpose, but you will surely like them. They are made with the implementation of a wide color range – from grey and restrained colors to fresh green and rich violet, being able to meet various demands and requirements and to reflect your business nature in a proper way.
Web Icon Set aims to provide the best professional and quality web icons to web designer and developer. They have released some free web icons including Application Icons, Blogging Icons, Mobile Icons and E-Commerce Icons. They come in 128, 64, 48, 32px sizes. These icons are for free for both personal and commercial projects.
The New iPad (iPad 3) has been released. Many of you may want to learn how to design this gorgeous Apple product as well as developing other iPad related graphics based on the PSD file. In this tutorial, it will show you how to design the New iPad (iPad 3) in Adobe Photoshop and the PSD source file is freely available for download.
Icon design can be very simple and nice. To design your own icon, you have to refer more samples to inspire yourself a good idea. We have been searching the most beautiful icons around the internet. Now, top 10 design tutorials have been selected for your information.
Summer is the time of holidays and vacations! This selection features everything pertaining to the topic of travelling. You can find some incredible illustrations and useful templates here. Photoshop lovers will also be glad to see some brushes and icons.
This program, called Display, caught the attention of his brother John Knoll, an Industrial Light & Magic employee, who recommended Thomas turn it into a fully-fledged image editing program. Thomas took a six month break from his studies in 1988 to collaborate with his brother on the program, which had been renamed ImagePro.