Best of the web for Design and Web Development February 2019
This post where rounding up the highlights in our usual fashion. A collection of fresh Photoshop and Illustrator tutorials all created throughout February 2019. We have also included several web and design articles from constraints layouts for web designers to deadly sins of user research. The monthly roundup is always great read, and I hope you enjoy this edition.
If you read my tutorials, you see that I like to show people how to create Photoshop actions. That’s because Photoshop actions make the process a lot easier when you want to apply Photoshop font effects.
You’ve probably seen this interesting effect of two or more overlapping photos on the covers of music albums, in modern magazines and in advertisements. In this tutorial we’ll create a trendy double exposure effect in Adobe Photoshop with the help of Blending Modes and Clipping Masks in a few steps.
Create a frosted, ice-cold effect that’s perfect for seasonal projects.
I’ve enjoyed processing some photos of my car lately, using various editing and compositing techniques to enhance the flat and boring images that come out of the camera into vibrant automotive portraits. Today I’ll show you the process I went through to transform a rear-end shot of my Mustang in a rather uninspiring location of the local supermarket car park, into a much improved version with a dramatic backdrop, punchy colours and atmospheric lighting effects.
Do you have a fascinating dinner event in mind and wish to kick off the celebration with a catchy restaurant menu design? Great! There are many software packages available to enable you to design flyer templates, but today we will be using Adobe Illustrator in a step-by-step guide to custom designing a Valentine’s Dinner Menu flyer!
In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple drum icon in Adobe Illustrator.
In this tutorial, you will have the opportunity to learn how to use the Gradient Mesh Tool in Adobe Illustrator to draw a simple travel flyer template. Then you’ll see how to turn this template into a real flyer with Placeit!
learn how to create a little iPhone icon using nothing more than a couple of basic shapes and tools.
An introductory guide to handoff responsive mobile layouts
This essay is taken from an upcoming book by David Travis & Philip Hodgson titled ‘Think Like a UX Researcher’.