If you didn’t know by now, Dribbble is a site where you can share sneak peeks of what you’re working on with designers, developers and other creatives. The hook is that the image must be 400×300 pixels or less.
Dribbble is a great place to find inspiration and discover some talanted artists as well. In this article, you’re gonna find 55 awesome pieces of art that will show you what Dribbble is about.Read More
If you’re a fan of digital art, you’ve probably noticed some techniques that are used more than other. Just like in web design, over the past few years there has developed few trends in digital art too. In this article you’re going to find some of them together with bright examples. And that’s not all. For each trend there is a couple of Photoshop brushes listed that will help you achieve the same effect without putting in a lot of work.Read More
Video walktroughs are always a great way to acquire something new. You can see the whole creation process and gain some experience at the same time. In speed drawing the usual long drawing process is compressed into just a few minutes. If you have ever wondered how it’s possible to draw realistic digital paintings so quick, continue to read and discover 99 awesome speed drawing videos.Read More
Minimal web design has become a big trend in 2010. You won’t find large pictures or glossy buttons in minimal designs, but fonts are some of those rare accents they can have. Carefully chosen fonts can really enhance your design. Usually minimal web designs tend to have clean, light fonts, but not always it’s the best solution. You can, instead, pick a nice bold font to give your design a niche. That’s not true that you have to pay for the good-looking fonts.
There are plenty of free, great looking fonts around the web. In this article you’re going to find 40 clean, crisp and, of course, free fonts for your minimal web design.Read More
When building a website, there are so many things and aspects to keep in mind. It often happens that in that mess we forget about some basic things like favicon or maybe about dummy content removal from test site. It’s much easier to go trough all those things when you have all of them written down.
In this article you are going to find bunch of different checklists, questionnaires and tips covering almost everything for an upcoming website. You probably will need just one of these tools, so choose carefully. Read some tips and decide which tool fits the best for your project planning and development process.Read More
Building a CMS from scratch can be hard and exhausting work, plus you need to have a good design stitched to it if you’re creating it for client. Sometimes it’s better to spend little money for a great quality product, these highly customizable admin templates could be a great starting point into new project and now there are really big assortment to choose from by.
In this post you’ll find 40 customized, user-friendly and fluid themes to integrate in your CMS. Enjoy!Read More
Recently I wrote article about post thumbnail and you saw some great examples of image styling. As I wrote there, neat styled images can attract more visitors and you will be more pleasant with them yourself too.
You don’t have to always use Photoshop to style your images. Some cool effects can be achieved trough CSS, jQuery etc too and I strongly suggest you to continue reading to find out how to do it!Read More
Well done abstract and lighting effects can enhance your artworks exceedingly and this is very popular trend now in photo manipulations, backgrounds, website headers – definitely useful tutorials to be aware of .
You can add them to premade photos, or create whole new scenes from scratch. Photoshop gives you those abilities and allows you to express in all ways. In this post you’ll find 40 best tutorials around web to master abstract and lighting effects.Read More
WordPress is the most popular blogging platform today. It’s being used by thousands of people all around the world. But because of the popularity, it’s getting more attention by hackers and spammers too. WordPress is very secure by itself, but there’s never too much ascertainable.
For simple users,who don’t code a lot, plugins is the best way to secure your blog. They’re free, easily usable and safe. This post assembles 35 best plugins to make your blog bulletproof. They’re each devised for different purposes, so you will get the best protection from each field.Read More