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There's a growing need for handy UI freebies and resources dedicated to iPhone app design. To fill this gap I've created DigiMag - a free iPhone app UI designed in Photoshop. The interface has been created specifically for iOS 8 using the new iPhone 6 screen dimensions.
Feel free to download a copy of this PSD and use for any design project. The whole interface is organized using guides and layer groups in Photoshop. It's easy to work with and perfect for learning how to design your own mobile UI from scratch.
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Building website mockups in Photoshop is a lot like using Q-tips to clean your ears. Not exactly the original purpose but it works great! However unlike the household cotton swab, Photoshop is a large graphics editing program that takes hours of practice to learn even rudimentary tasks. For web designers this process can feel like a hopeless pipe dream.
But one of the quickest ways to start learning Photoshop is by creating your own simple mockups with existing PSD elements. You'll find yourself editing shapes and colors to fit into a layout while organizing the composition from your imagination. In this post I'd like to share ideas for using free PSD files in Photoshop to get familiar with creating website mockups.
There’s nothing you *can’t* do once you set your mind to it. Every creative knows this. How many client projects have you aced so far? That’s nothing compared to what you stand to achieve from now on. Glory is just around the corner: 2015 is setting out to be a lucrative year for web designers. Be ready for it. Find the ideal website building platform, CMS, or WordPress plugin, and stick to it. To get you started on your 2015 Design Odyssey, we rounded up 15 of the industry’s leading tools and platforms in one place. The pleasure of discovering the most suitable options is all yours.