Today we have a set of free high res stone and concrete textures from Caleb Kimbrough. The set includes 10 high-quality textures that can be used for personal or commercial purposes. You can download any of the images from Flickr (click on the image that you want and you’ll be led to the Flick page). […]
The Adobe Creative Suite has to be one of the more popular design packages. Illustrator is specifically a great tool for any project including website layouts, vector art, illustrations, logos, and so much more. One resource many designers utilize are patterns for backgrounds. Repeating patterns are often more popular in websites to fill the whole […]
osCommerce is a popular open-source e-commerce solution. It has been around since 2000 and is used to power hundreds if not thousands of online shops. In this post we’ll feature more than 30 of the most interesting osCommerce templates that you can purchase for your own projects.
View Template – $140
Magento is a popular open-source e-commerce platform. Although it is much younger than many of its competitors, Magento has a very large community of users. In this post we’ll feature more than 40 of the best free and premium Magento themes you can install for your own webshop.
View Theme – $149
Observing websites from a variety of different industries and different types and sizes of business can be very interesting. Today I would like to look at the sites of some of the largest companies in the world, 100 picks from the Fortune 500 list seems like a good point of reference.
The 100 businesses contain a great deal of diversity and they all have their own purposes and approaches with their websites. They’re all large, successful companies, so it can be interesting to browse through the designs looking for differences. Also take a peek at the full list to get some more ideas.
Web and graphic designers are always looking for excellent sources of inspiration. Of course, web design and CSS galleries are common sources, but there are countless websites that provide inspiration from other types of design. In this post you’ll find categories such as product design, architecture, fashion, illustration, logo design, typography, motion graphics, and more.
With a list of this size I’m sure you’ll find some new sources of inspiration that you weren’t previously familiar with. Of course, no one can keep up with all of these choices, so find the ones that work best for you and keep the others bookmarked for the future.
Web Design Galleries:
Most readers of this blog are well aware of design and CSS galleries,so rather than listing 100 of them, I’ll point out a few of my favorites and some that I think are unique in one way or another.
An awesome source of inspiration that categorizes the featured sites by the type of inspiration, such as comment design, 404 pages, e-commerce websites, login forms, and much more. The categorization makes the site unique and immensely useful.
There are plenty of great Photoshop tutorials available online for graphic designers that are looking to learn new things. However, working through detailed tutorials can take a long time, and sometimes newer Photoshop users aren’t able to follow the tutorials.
In this post I’d like to highlight 10 quick tips that are ideal for less experienced Photoshop users, or for those who want to learn something new without much time available.
Tutorial9 shows you how to quickly and easily improve an image or a design just by adding some texture.