• Logo Design Case Study: The Introvert Traveller

    • Tom Kenny

    Designing logos isn’t a requirement of a web designer but if you can add it to your skills, you’re instantly more desirable for anyone who needs both a website and a logo. You can really add extra value to a client or project if it is something you can do, plus you get the added […]

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  • The Fastest Way to Center Layers in Photoshop

    • Tom Kenny

    One of the most frequent tasks I do in Photoshop is moving layers so they’re in the center of other layers or sections, so I decided to figure out how I can do it faster. If I can save a few seconds every time I need to center something, I can take less time drawing […]

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  • Work Smarter and Faster in Photoshop with Linked Smart Objects

    • Tom Kenny

    Linked smart objects start to become even more useful when working with larger sites. Imagine having to make that change across 10+ page designs? You can’t present your client/boss with different header designs across multiple pages. Now you can change one file and have it updated across all pages. Huge time-saver!

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  • Advanced Photoshop Techniques that you may not be aware of

    • Tom Kenny

    Photoshop is one of the most widely tools used for web design. Most web designers don’t use all of the great things that Photoshop can do. It’s easy to get stuck in your ways but instead you should be looking to further improve your skills and learn new techniques to improve your web design work, work flow and productivity.

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  • How to Design Buttons to Help Improve Usability

    • Tom Kenny

    Buttons can play a big part in how visitors interact with a website. They come in varying shapes, sizes and styles but there are a few things to consider when designing buttons: Use of Icons Look and Feel Behaviour Importance Consistency Use of Icons Using icons as part of buttons can help improve usability by […]

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