Hi there. In the following tutorial I will shown how to make an iPod Nano. It’s a very simple one. For the overall shapes you will only have to use the Rectangle Tool and the Ellipse Tool. Then, you’ll need some linear/radial gradients, some strokes, a Drop Shadow effects plus some simple text.
Every logo designer has good days and bad days; sometimes the creativity seems to flow and other days the creativity levels are so low, not even a triple espresso can get you pumped to make a great brand identity. I am not a logo designer, as you can probably tell, but I love to browse…
Looking at why pure CSS dropdown menus are bad for usability and accessibility, and therefore shouldn’t be used.
Today, I’m going to show you how to blend a stock image with shapes and pattern, add lightness and color to get a nice retro poster in Adobe Photoshop CS4. Layered PSD file included. Let’s get started!
This article contain an inspirational showcase of some logos what use a seahorse idea. The mystical seahorse has always been a source of immense attraction. Today, in identity, is used for a large professional area, from art and design to restaurants, food, aquariums etc. See few strong reasons what make this sea creature so wanted…
This post serves as the ultimate HTML5 toolbox, with tutorials and resources.
When we think Alice in Wonderland, most likely the image of the Mad Hatter comes to mind. In this tutorial/case study we’ll try to turn a regular Joe into the Mad Hatter himself.