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Design a Nice Movie Symbol
Under Photoshop Tutorial, UI Design
Design a symbol can be very complicate. You can see some of symbols from famous companies which look very simple, but they are worth million of dollars. You may look at different sort of symbol design to get more ideas in order to develop your own one.
Making a nice little website for yourself or your freelancing company is not as hard as it may seem. This tutorial is aimed at everyone that needs a fairly simple (does not mean dull and boring) yet stylish solution for their own small corner of the web, without having to go the extra mile.
This tutorial is going to present you to design an excellent colorful web layout in Photoshop. This layout can be applied to any personal site. You can also change the web’s background color to suit your own style.
In this tutorial, we’ll be working on creating an iPhone web layout with wireframe and adding color, texture, images, and effects to polish off this design in Photoshop.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to design a nice skin for your web to store the photograph. The skin can be adjusted for another purpose of web, of course. It basically gives you a hints to design your pattern for your web layout.
Some months back before the latest iMacs were released I was musing as to what a black iMac might look like. Being a Photoshopper, I decided to try making one. In case you’re wondering the typeface is Myriad Pro Semibold which looks quite similar to the typeface that Apple use.
In this tutorial, you can take a closer look into the world of web design. This tutorial will cover the process of designing a vibrant and colourful modern blog layout in Adobe Photoshop. Beginning with a blank canvas we’ll go through the process of creating the entire structure and effects from scratch.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to design a proper professional web layout. A good web layout really depends on the background, title and words design. And this tutorial is going to show you how to design each of them.