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Today in our weekly heading we’ll let you know of some interesting articles and resources. The advice, tools, examples and offers listed in this selection are intended to simplify and facilitate the web-designers’ and web-developers’ creative process and of course to cut down the time spent for routine. These will definitely be of curiosity to you.
As Photoshop users, real life examples are always good inspirations to create dramatic sceneries. With TN3 Gallery you can easily create amazing jQuery image gallery and slideshows with slick transition effects, as well as multiple albums, CSS skinning, XML and Flickr support with a host of additional features. No browser plugins required.
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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.
Thinking of launching a website of your own or putting your business online? It is high time to do that! And the best way to manage your website online is to use a CMS. There are different types of content management systems, but today we are going to draw your attention to Drupal CMS.
When disasters happen your good thoughts and contributions are irreplaceable. Below is the collection of nicely designed charity websites we have come across recently. They give you the power to make a difference in someone’s life.
500+ Retro/Vintage Design Elements from Cruzine Design, you’ll find yourself suddenly embracing ornamental headers, frames, and both complex and simple logos, signs and badges. Then there’s the textures, wreath and sunburst shapes, and Photoshop patterns and styles.
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.