Have you ever wanted to give a text field in Photoshop an unusual shape? In this Treehouse Quick Tip, Photoshop teacher Allison demonstrates how to bend and curve a text field into whatever shape you need! Video Transcription Allison: Hi. …Continue reading
In this Treehouse Quick Tip, Allison Grayce shows us how to use household objects to create texture in Adobe Photoshop.
When designing interfaces it can be easy to rinse-and-repeat – to do what’s worked in the past without necessarily thinking harder and more in-depth about the design problems at hand. It’s one thing to “Honour Thou Design Patterns”, but avoid …Continue reading
As a web designer, it’s important to embrace that your website is going to look different in various browsers and on different devices. Focus on making your website change layout to match the device that your visitors are viewing it …Continue reading
There used to be a clear differentiation between desktop and mobile. With the introduction of tablets and tons of new internet accessible technologies, we’ve been faced with designing for more monitor resolutions and devices than ever before. In this video, …Continue reading
In this Treehouse Quick Tip, we’re going to learn how to deal with unwanted anti-aliasing in Photoshop and achieve pixel perfection when working with vector shapes. This method is referred to as pixel-hinting. Using Adope Illustrator and Photoshop, you can …Continue reading
How it used to work In the past, once we were given website content by the client or project manager, we’d move forward with a digital wireframe or sketches. We may have even made those wireframes interactive using great resources …Continue reading