Most websites being built today are using some sort of content management system. As the need for businesses and website owners to maintain an up-to-date web presence continue to grow, content management systems will only gain in popularity with developers and users.
There are so many CMS options out there that it can be confusing to know which one is best for a particular situation, and to know the basics of what is available. In this post we’ll take a quick look at a number of different CMS options and provide some links that will help you to dig deeper with those that interest you.
Website Designs with a nature theme are very popular right now. Achieving this type type of look can be done in a number of different ways, but one approach includes the use of Photoshop brushes that you can find for free. In this post we’ll feature a number of brush sets for various things found in nature, such as trees, mountains, clouds, and more. Of course, these brushes can be used for other types of graphic design aside from just web design.
I’ve posted two other collections in the past that also have to do with other elements of nature, so to see these brushes please visit the pages listed below.
Complete Tree Brush Pack (40 brushes)
Concrete textures are excellent for use in web and graphic design. You can quickly take your own, since concrete is so easy to find, or you can take advantage of those that are already freely available. In this post we’ll feature 40 different concrete textures from a variety of sources.
For more textures, please see:
Source: Lost and Taken
A few months ago I published a collection of Photoshop actions for photo touch ups and enhancements. Today I’d like to feature 30 more. This collection includes individual Photoshop actions that are available for download, plus several packs of multiple actions.
50 Photoshop Postwork Actions