The 'Secret' Sliders for Getting Fast, Smooth Selections in Photoshop
Want to improve your selection game in Photoshop? Here's an 8-minute video from PiXimperfect that points out some "secret" sliders in Adobe Photoshop that
How to design a seamless pattern in Photoshop
Hello! Today I want to show you how to design a seamless pattern in Photoshop that you can use for fabrics, any kind of prints or even home decor wallpaper. To create the pattern on the exam…
Social Media Image Cheat Sheet for 2018 - CinchShare Blog
Download your copy of CinchShare's 2018 Social Media Image Cheat Sheet today for all your content creation needs. Be sure to share with your teams!
How to Take White Background Pictures - Lines Across
A simple four step photography tutorial: how to take bright white background pictures. Say goodbye to the gray!
How I Taught Myself to Design and Develop WordPress Websites
How I Learned to Design and Develop WordPress Websites. In this article, I'm sharing all the resources that I used to learn how to do it so you can, too!
How To Cut Anything Out in Photoshop
Clipping a subject from its background in Photoshop has to be the most common task a designer will encounter in their every day working life. The pen tool is...
7 Beginner Mistakes to Avoid When Designing for Print
Designing for print can be a minefield for beginners. There’s so many easy mistakes to make that can have a serious impact on the quality of your final prints. With print runs also being very expensive, these mistakes can prove very costly. Hopefully today’s discussion about common beginner mistakes to avoid will help prepare you …
The original copy & paste HTML cheat sheet - Blog.Biz.Boss™
HOW TO USE THIS EASY HTML CHEAT SHEET! H1) Find the HTML you’re after. 2) Highlight it with your mouse. 3) CTRL+V/Command+V will paste it into your blog post’s HTML editor, sidebar, newsletter or more. 4) Edit it to show what you need! (PS: Some of the HTML’s styled with a little inline CSS. Use …Continue Reading...
Brushing Up On The Photoshop Brush Tool — Smashing Magazine
When laid by a learned hand, brush strokes can convey a sense of energy, tactility and humanness. These qualities speak to your audience’s subconscious, whispering ideas that words alone can’t convey. In the digital realm, a website with beautiful brushwork is a welcome break from the stark precision of most corporate websites. [Updated February/28/2017]