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One of the best things about Photoshop is that you never stop learning. I’ve been working with the software for about 12 years, and I always stumble across something I didn’t know, whether it be a new feature, or just a new, better way of doing something.
Sometimes, you may not want to use the boring fonts provided by your word processing software. However, Photoshop can allow you to have your own text design. Here Photoshop Lady just picks the Top 50 Stunning Text Effect Photoshop Tutorials for your useful reference.
The ability to easily bookmark or share content on popular social media platforms is now a must have feature for web sites. They get people’s attention and the logos are immediately recognizable. Bloggers, especially web designers use Social Media sites to promote their articles and services.
February brings the holiday of romance and love. Valentine greetings are very popular worldwide; with their help we reveal feelings and give warmth to our beloved. St. Valentine’s Day is an excellent opportunity to decorate your site with a love theme or adorn it with special lovely details – the following showcase will provide some fresh holiday ideas.
All clever things are usually very simple. Many people just love lightweight designs with simple layouts, free from heavy web elements and complex color combinations. The main idea of clean designs is to achieve simplicity in form and content thereby presenting a clear message to the website visitors. It can be attained by taking into account some important aspects that make a web design clean.
Nowadays a website is a must-have for any company or organization. Freelancers set up their personal portfolios to showcase their skills to potential clients, people start their own blogs to spread their ideas and attract more followers.
French graphic designer Sébastien DEL GROSSO shows the process of how to place sketches of his photos on his photos with Photoshop. Sébastien DEL GROSSO uses photos taken with natural light, referring to drawings whose pencil strokes are fast and nervous to give the impression of a construction.