These are some very sharp, high-resolution snaps of a great looking, grainy, very textured wall! That’s right, folks! A wall! At 4000px wide, these images are more than big enough for most of your graphic design projects. So get texturing! These textures are provided to you for free, as always. Use them in your personal work or for commercial work.
A lot of designers and creative professionals put a lot of time and energy and money into business cards. And why not? It’s a great opportunity to show off your personality, your design sense, and, to some extent, your design skills.
This collection of downloadable PSD freebies of web buttons features calls to action buttons, social media buttons, download buttons and other GUI buttons from top-notch websites and designers. Using PSDs made by these talented and generous designers can help you speed up the completion of your projects. You can also download, experiment and study the files to learn new UI design techniques.
We recently ran a giveaway of business cards together with our friends at Next Day Flyers, an online printing company that delivers top-quality printed marketing materials. We had many Design Instruct readers participate in the giveaway, and in this post, we reveal the two lucky winners.
In this web design tutorial, we’ll be creating a light textured web page layout. I will show you how apply subtle textures in web layouts, how to create a seamless diagonal mosaic pattern and how to create a tabbed content area design for the “Services” section.
Geometric sans-serif fonts look clean and professional, with a contemporary flare about them. Use this class of fonts when you desire elegance and modernity in your designs. This is our second collection of free geometric sans-serif fonts. Check out the first collection as well.
In this Photoshop tutorial, I will walk you through a process of creating digital work inspired by older magazine fashion ads. You will learn how to use basic shapes and brushes to create an abstract background, see how layers react to one another with Blend Modes, how to create trendy abstract shapes, how Gradient Maps can be used to influence the overall design and more.