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10 Website Design Tools You Won't Believe Are Free

Sat, 05 Jun 2010 08:12:22 -0600

Here is a list I have compiled of the top 10 best free website tools I have found on the Internet. In my opinion these tools are essential for anyone starting out in the web business and wants a head start. I have put them in order from most essential to least essential. But why not download them all. They are free after all…



10 Free Resources to Get Icons for a Design Project

Mon, 23 Nov 2009 05:47:54 -0700

Icons make your site aesthetically more interesting and can be used as a name, face, picture, edifice or even as a person. It represents a sign or likeness that stands for an object by signifying or representing its main purpose or objective. But the question arises here is that from where to n get these icons for any freelance design projects. There are a number of tools and resources available which provide free icons and can be customized as per the requirement. Here is a list of free resources to get icons in all kinds of styles and sizes…



Ultimate Web 2.0 Gradients - Free Download

Wed, 29 Oct 2008 05:21:54 -0600

Gradients are one of the most important aspects to be considered while designing a Web 2.0 Site. Even a simple button is of a gradient. Here you can download a cool set of Gradients bundled in a Adobe Photoshop Gradient file (.grd). These gradients are fully scalable, what i mean here is its not an image or so, just create a shape and apply the gradient - As simple as that. You could create Logos, Backgrounds, Tabs, Buttons, Wallpapers, Toolbars and all sorts of stuff.



Glossy Web Logo Tutorial

Wed, 22 Oct 2008 06:18:31 -0600

This tutorial will teach you how to create a cool glossy website logo with GIMP.



Recreate the Bee Movie Text Effect

Mon, 11 Aug 2008 03:30:57 -0600

This quick Photoshop tutorial we'll teach you how to recreate the 'Bee movie' text effect, you know, the one you've seen all over the place over the last few months.



Web 2.0 peeling sticker

Mon, 11 Aug 2008 03:28:48 -0600

The peeling stickers are definitely pretty popular these days on the web. I bet you've all seen them and some of you might even wondered how are these things done. Here’s a PSD source for one.



Web 2.0 Sticker Text Effect

Thu, 26 Jun 2008 05:48:01 -0600

In this Photoshop tutorial you’ll be learning how to create a sticker effect, which is useful to know in this Web 2.0 era. You can see this effect for logos or headers.



How to Create Smooth Glass Type

Thu, 26 Jun 2008 05:45:50 -0600

Here's a Photoshop tutorial about how to create some nice looking translucent glass type that'll work great on any background, made completely with layer styles.



3 Simple Steps in Coding a Rounded Corners Layout

Tue, 17 Jun 2008 04:22:59 -0600

That we should aim in coding is simplicity and try to avoid any unnecessary markup. Various rounded corners techniques often include several additional elements that are purely presentational. When talking about fixed width, rounded corners layout, there's no need for complications. Let me show you my approach to coding just that, fixed width, rounded corners layout in 3 simple steps. As a special treat, PSD and XHTML/CSS files included in this brief tutorial..



8 Common Sense Tips for Creating Clean Designs

Thu, 05 Jun 2008 06:01:43 -0600

I'm sure many people are wondering: can someone with no education in design still create good looking websites? Yes, I think they can. How? By using common sense! Here are my 8 common sense tips to creating clean design..