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Design a Transparent Website Layout in Photoshop
Under Photoshop Tutorial, UI Design
Would you like a Transparent Website Layout? It can be very useful if you would like to have a different theme for your website, but do not want to change too much of the design. Simply changing the background image can also give you a whole different feeling sometimes.
Today we are going to create a Creative Colorful Icon in Photoshop from scratch, the icon features a colorful design in a shiny metal like border the icon also used a bokeh effect.
This post will present you how to make a special logo called “Harley Davidson”. The most difficult part for designing a logo is the design initiation. Logos normally look very simple and unique, as its job is to send the impression of your company / product to the reader or customers. Just try to make a logo for yourself!
There are various of media players on the internet for downloading. However, lots of them are just too general that you may not keen on. In this case, you may want to design your personal media player for yourself. In this tutorial, it will show you the techniques to design a professional media player.
In this tutorial, it will show you a few substantial techniques to create a nice photoshop products. The techniques include Shapes & Styles Redux , Shine a Light on the Subject, Forcing a Gradient to Behave, Dashed Strokes, When is a Stroke not a Stroke, Mixing and Matching & Photoshop CS2 and Layer Styles.
In this tutorial, it will show you how to create a beautiful, vibrant, Retro-Pop abstract wallpaper. You will also learn how to combine some wonderful texture to your designs and make some abstract shapes. You may design something difference by adding your own style shapes into this wallpaper.
In this tutorial, we will design a simple news iPhone app, and then animate it for client presentation and export it as a GIF file. You’ll learn everything you need to go from idea to animated demo, all inside any recent version of Photoshop.