No matter what your website or blog is devoted to, beginning from homemade cookies or beauty secrets to high frequency trading or online courses, good graphics is one of the things that will make it look more professional and trustworthy. If to take into account that you can’t always find what you need on stock photography sites, heading over to Photoshop and making your own graphics is often the only option. If that’s exactly the case with your site, there are some add-ons for Photoshop you will definitely appreciate – these four downloads will give you all kinds of options a graphic designer might need.
With a new year often comes a new resolution. Are you looking to enhance your blog in 2017? If yes, you'll be interested in checking my list of ideas on how to take your blog to the next level during the year.
Google Fonts is a repository of free, open-source fonts that you can use when designing a website. This article lists 6 of the most interesting fonts available, practical examples of the fonts in use and a few tips to optimize websites using Google Fonts.
Fonts and typography are an essential point of any website or app design. In this article, I have compiled a list of free, fresh, and totally amazing fonts for all your web design needs.
If you're looking for a really unique tool to add an interesting twist to your already amazing projects, take a peek at SuperSpray! This incredible Photoshop Plugin by Design Rocket lets you spray transparent PNG images anywhere on your canvas. You're basically replacing the paint in your palette with images. Use your own images or any of the 22 built-in objects.
In 2016, all modern websites are media rich. Amongst other media, images themselves represent over 60% of the average byte per content type downloaded when a web page is loaded. This is why, in your quest of an optimized, fast loading website, image optimization must be on your priority list. Here's the most common mistakes done by developers and designers when it comes to handling images, and how to solve them.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity and animation. As a web developer or designer, using SVG online has numerous advantages: bandwidth-friendly, open format, easy to style using CSS, and many more. Here's a round-up of useful tutorials and resources to learn and master the art of using SVG.