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Best of the web for Design and Web Development April 2022

  • April 28th, 2022
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The month has come to end we are wrapping up the month in our monthly tradition by looking back at the best design and web tutorial published through April 2022. Th roundup feature some great photoshop tutorials from how to create a double color exposure effect in photoshop to how you can create your very textures using photoshop. Theres also some great web and design articles from workflows and tools to use to increase your productivity to 14 designers channels you should subscribe to on youtube.

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How to make a colorized vintage collage in Adobe Photoshop.

Mix monochromatic and retro into something new.

Double Colour Exposure Photoshop Tutorial

 It’s a similar visual style to 3D anaglyph images, or the overprint effect used in old school print designs. The steps to create the basic double colour exposure are very simple, so stick around until the end to also see a few additional tips and tricks to add colour grading effects to finish off the artwork.

How to Create Metal Textures in Photoshop

In the following tutorial, I’m going to teach you how to create a metal pattern in Photoshop. You’ll create five different textures with Photoshop filters, gradients, and Blending Modes. You’ll get a cool metal pattern in Photoshop to use in your photo manipulations and digital paintings.

Create an Electrified Text Effect in Photoshop

In this tutorial, I will show you the process I used to this electrified text effect in Photoshop. We will use a circuitry stock image as our background, and add a couple of electric current image for our final effect. We will be using lots of image adjustments and brush painting in the process. Have a try!

Bring flowers to life with coloring and shading in Photoshop.

Artist and designer Yeojin Shin breaks down her technique in this step-by-step tutorial.

How to Create a Rusted Metal Text Effect in Adobe Photoshop

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a rusted metal text effect in Photoshop. I will explain everything in so much detail that everyone can create the text effect, even those who have just opened Photoshop for the first time.

Design and web articles

Exploring the new CSS color functions: CSS Color Module Level 5

Developers working with CSS historically relied on predefined color keywords or obscure HEX values to select and apply colors. However, as CSS evolved, more user-friendly, flexible alternatives became available, such as RGB (red, green, blue) and HSL (hue, saturation, lightness) functions. There was also the introduction of the alpha channel, allowing for the control of transparency.

Add a CSS Lens Flare to Photos for a Bright Touch

I’m a big fan of movies by J.J. Abrams. I enjoy their tight plots, quippy dialog, and of course: anamorphic lens flaresFilmmakers like Abrams use lens flare to add a dash of ‘homemade’ realism to their movies, a technique we can easily recreate in tools like Photoshop, then add to our sites as raster images.

Productivity Tips And Tools For A More Efficient Workflow

Who doesn’t love a good timesaver? In this post, we compiled useful productivity tips and tools that help you speed up routine tasks, enhance your development workflow, and stay organized.

How to design better dashboards?

Follow these 7 steps and avoid getting nightmares of designing user-centric dashboards.


Whether you are looking for comprehensive tutorials on UX design or professional courses on topics like logo design, video or photo editing, there’s the perfect YouTube channel for you as a designer.

JavaScript function composition: What’s the big deal?

To hear some people talk, you’d think function composition was some kind of sacred truth. A holy principle to meditate upon whilst genuflecting and lighting incense. But function composition is not complicated. You probably use it all the time, whether you realise it or not. Why, then, do functional programmers get all worked up about it? What’s the big deal?

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