Introducing a free font called Pebble from MediaLoot , a chunky, curvaceous web font that is great for creating big and bold headlines.
Posts tagged ‘illustration’
Today’s freebie is a notepaper PSD mockup pinned to a wooden board. This is one creative way to showcase your photos, design works or information to grab some attention.
The PSD file is fully editable with the main layer in red, “ARTWORK HERE“ is an smart object layer that you can double-click and add your artwork or pre-made design and save to update the notepaper mockup. Included are a few Photoshop instagram-style effects (layers named “photo effect1, 2, 4 & 4″) inside the main smart object layer file, which you can use to apply to your photos. The effects come just handy in case if you want to showcase your photos. Importantly, the PSD file canvas is 2500 pixels wide in 150dpi. Large enough to showcase big pics!
Magnolia Free is a package of elements used to create infographics. Infographics are a visual representation of data. Using infographics is quite comfortable, when you need to quickly and efficiently explain some complex information or statistical data.
A set of vector elements for your next infographic. We have included in this a vector world map, gender elements, and multiple pie and bar charts. You can easily combine and modify all the elements to create a distinctive infographic.
Today’s freebie is something neat. A couple of frames that fits perfect for stores and showcases. The frames are 100% re-sizable making them fit any project you have in mind or to get any photo fit just right. Two versions of the frames, a woven one and a wooden frame.
Change the pattern to customize it with just a couple of clicks.
Today’s freebie is a blue psd stamp with an image on it that can be changed just like the other whole design. The layered photoshop file of this graphic is editable and vector based.
This freebie has some meat on it…14, super fun, photoshop pixel patterns! There are 7 sets of 2, black & white versions. Surely, people will find somewhere to put these suckers to good use. As usual…use it commercially, personally…the pixel police will not be showing up at your place of business.
The download is a .pat file…just pop it into your patterns folder inside your presets. Photoshop > Presets > Patterns. Finally, all that you have to do is load those puppies in the preset manager OR you could always just drag and drop them because that works too. =)
Using texture is a good way to add depth, detail, and a layer of interest to a web design. Whether it’s in big doses or just a few subtle patches here and there, texture can help give personality to your website. Today’s post I’ve gathered some great examples of texture usage in web design, from discrete textured fonts to complete textured backgrounds.
1. Olly Sorsby
Apple 27in LED Cinema Display, is a brilliant contribution from UI designer Koy Carraway. The fully layered PSD could make a sweet surround for showing off some work. This file is large, with a capital L. The screen is weighing in at a huge 1840px in width so you should have no problems using this in most designs.