In this tutorial we will be creating a homepage layout for a fictional non-profit organization. Many non-profits and charitable organizations share similar needs for a website, including information about the organization’s history, purpose, and what they do, as well as a way to stay in contact with supporters and donors, and to provide the organization with a face to new visitors.
Here is the end result of what we will be creating (click the image to see it full size)
Last week I posted a collection of 500+ watercolor brushes for Photoshop. Today I’d like to provide some inspiration that may give you some ideas for using those brushes in your own work. In this post we’ll look at 35 pieces of work that use watercolor effects. Some are real watercolors and others are done in Photoshop with brushes.
PsPrint has offered to give away a free pack of stickers to one DesignM.ag reader. If you’re not familiar with PsPrint, they offer a variety of printing services including business cards, brochures, door hangers, menus, and much more in addition to stickers. The pack being offered will include 250 stickers that are 3 inches x 3 inches with a design of your own. With shipping, this pack usually costs around $100.
Last week we released a free pack of cracked concrete textures, and today we have more cracks textures for you. This pack includes 17 different photos taken at old tennis courts that were full of cracks and rough surfaces. Bad for playing tennis, but good if you like textures.
You can get any of the textures individually from Flickr by click on the images below. You are welcome to use these for personal or commercial work.