This free pack of wood textures can be used in your design and digital art projects. The textures are each sized at 1356x2048px, which gives you the chance to use them in a big variety of ways. I shot these textures using a Nikon D700 DSLR camera to ensure high-resolution results for you. Enjoy!
Though Photoshop is a serious and powerful industry-standard graphics editor used by creative professionals throughout the world, sometimes you just want to have a bit of fun with your photos. If you’d like to learn how to apply surreal effects to your own photos to impress your friends on Facebook and Instagram, read these Photoshop tutorials.
This wonderful texture pack contains an assorted combination of 6 free wall textures that you can use in website backgrounds, poster designs, text effects, and more. The textures are huge (as much as 3500x2300px) and are shot in high resolution for excellent results. I hope you enjoy these free textures and are able to use them in your design projects!
Card sorting is one of the most basic, easy-to-do usability testing techniques available at your disposal. There are already plenty of articles and tutorials that discuss how to conduct card sorting activities (like this one) so I will be skipping the basics. Instead, I will share some of the benefits I have derived from conducting card sorting tests during my experience as a usability analyst.
Mobile apps often have a dedicated website or landing page for informing site visitors about the app’s features. This site also presents a great opportunity to gain more users and for getting the app seen and recognized by more people. Whether you’re in need of inspiration for your mobile app’s website design or simply want to look at well-designed websites in general, take a peep at the sites featured here.
Using large photographic images as a prominent design element of a web page continues to be a popular web design trend today. In this showcase, you’ll find a few good examples — 30 to be exact — of websites that use large photos in their design.
An experienced logo designer knows that designing a great logo requires an equally great design process to ensure that the outcome is outstanding. I have broken down the logo design process into five steps that will create an effective pathway from initial brief to final presentation. Though each designer will have his or her own process, I would like to discuss a process that has worked for me and other logo designers.