Photoshop is a powerful tool for almost everything you need in graphic and web design. This article explains how to use Photoshop to create product boxes.
How many times you wanted to create cool product box for some of your products? Sure, there are many ways, and with new Photoshop you have even more options to create boxes. But I wanted to show you how to create a “3D look box” in the 2D environment using Photoshop paths.
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Just a few months ago when I created any design, I didn’t practice a grid system. I didn’t know much about it so I thought that I can live without it. Yes it’s true. You can live without a grid system, but should you? Why is the grid important? I will try to answer to all of your questions in this article.
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This front page is loading very slowly, and I think it would be better that they considered some XHTML/CSS/AJAX stuff, that would be faster.
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If you want to create a dropped shadow background than you could just add a drop shadow layer effect to a specific layer. But what happens when you would like to create a dropped shadow background that fades with the background itself. The easiest way is to use Photoshop “power”.
I am talking about Photoshop masks, and in this illustrated tutorial I will show you how to use masks to create faded shadowed background and also how to use masks when dealing with header images like in the example just bellow.
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In this brief and illustrated tutorial you will learn how to create most commonly used web graphics in Photoshop. Techniques explained in this tutorial, can be used in other similar programs as well. In this tutorial I will try to explain how to create a menu, like the one explained in the article “CSS image replacement techniques” and then I will guide you through the process of creating a custom submit button.
To complete this tutorial you should be familiar with the basics of Photoshop like dragging guidelines, creating layers and applying the effects to them, changing opacity, and using a Tool Menu.
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