Photoshop is a versatile tool and designers still use it to create web page layouts. It is often preferred over ‘drag and drop’ builders as it lets you create and customize web pages just the way you imagined it. However, it can take designers a long time to create websites using this tool, especially when compared to other tools in the marketplace. We have gathered some free resources, plugins, tips, and tricks to improve your photoshop workflow and boost your efficiency so you can focus on the actual work.
This collection of resources and plugins can transform your photoshop experience as it opens up new possibilities for font choices, colors, and other design elements.
In today’s digital world people pay much attention to typography, design, and how everything looks around them. If you are a web designer, or you work in a digital agency, it is important to use the perfect fonts for your projects, because fonts can either make your design stand out or it can push away visitors and clients.
You know the importance of having the type of visual content that will really speak to your audience. Great visual content can do more than simply attract attention, however. The right choice of images can make your brand stand out; whether it is a company brand or that of a personal blog.
Clean or artistic, subtle or dramatic, modern or vintage, B&W or colorful, you will find in the list below 25 Lightroom presets you can use to create exceptionally edited photographs. With these professional presets for Adobe Lightroom, you’ll turn any flat-looking digital image into an eye-catching one, with minimal effort.
In a world full of boring fonts, use a quirky one! With a plethora of new and fun fonts that are easy to download and use, you can express yourself in ways you’ve never imagined. The trick is finding the right one to represent you.
Fonts are fashionable. Renew your font resources with this super bundle that includes 51 handcrafted fonts and a total of 26 font families.
Time for another amazing deal from TheHungryJPEG.com, and this time it is one of their biggest deals as of yet. Until the end of September only, get a total of 66 fonts (49 + 17 bonus fonts) and a bunch of extra for just $29. That comes out to just $0.43 per font. TheHungryJPEG must be losing money on this deal, but hey – their loss is your gain! Let’s take a look at all that’s available in this soon-expiring font bundle deal:
Another amazing deal is now available at TheHungryJPEG.com, their latest bundle includes over 50 fonts, along with tons of extras including graphics and dingbats. Everything included comes with a full commercial license. But hurry, as this offer is only available during August 2015.
Looking for some really awesome fonts? You should definitely check out the fun fonts in this list. They will instantly cheer up your otherwise plain, boring or simply not-so-fun designs.
A brand new font bundle has just been released by TheHungryJpeg. The Big 50 Fonts Bundle contains 50 incredible fonts, plus extra design resources like textures, vectors and icons. The total retail value calculates at $850, but the entire collection can be picked up for just $29 (or $26.1 if you include the 10% tweet discount!) But hurry as there is just 1 week left on the sale, at which point the price goes back up. Continue reading to see an overview of all the fonts this big bundle contains, then head over to TheHungryJpeg to grab yourself a copy before the end of June.
A designer’s font collection is never complete, so when an unmissable bundle comes around it’s hard not to take up the offer to widen your choice of typefaces for your future design projects. The Fontastic Bundle was recently launched by The Hungry JPEG, it’s a massive collection of 45 premium fonts, discounted down to just $29. If you’re looking for some elegant script fonts, bold display fonts, or fun handmade fonts, this collection will be right up your street!
Since the implementation of @font-face, web fonts have become a big deal in Web Design. It’s not so long ago that Web Designers were limited to 5 or so “web safe fonts”, but now the choice is vast. You can’t go using any font in your designs though, you have to make sure the typeface you’re using is licensed for web use. That’s why I figured you might be interested in this latest deal from Design Cuts. At 99% off this offer is unmissable as it stands, but if you’re a Web Designer, the free extended licensing and web fonts included might be right up your street.
Remember back when @font-face and Google Fonts were first introduced? We only had the choice of a handful of custom fonts we could use. Nowadays it’s quite the opposite, we’re spoilt for choice with hundreds of cool fonts licensed for free @font-face embedding. This post rounds up a collection of 20 stylish sans-serif fonts, all of which can be downloaded and used freely to spice up your website design’s typography.