My second feature in Advanced Photoshop Magazine: how to design a modern, two-column webpage with non-standard geometric shapes.
Download tutorial files here: http://blog.advancedphotoshop.co.uk/tutorial-files/tutorial-files-issue-114/ (Web Shapes)
4 months ago
Pure awesomeness! Great job!
This is going straight to the 1st page!
Clean style of work @Raul Taciu
Cool design + pretty girls = great shot!
As a developer, I hate you because that would be a pain in the ass to get to work correctly, scale, be future proof, and make IE not shit the bed.
As a designer, I hate you and want to steal that layout. Good job.
@Aaron Linkous You're a nice "hater". Thanks :)
I like the idea and execution, Iv been playing lately with hexagons, and I think I they have driven me to insanity...
If you resize one hexagon you cannot simply surround it with more hexagons. You could go with same size hexagons, two different sizes but utilize the empty space with imagery or headings, or two different size hexagons and combine it with triangles in order to minimize the empty space. And finally hexagons in combination with irregular hexagons...
This turned out to be quite a rumble about my problems :) But back on point, congrats on work very very well done!
Nice choice of colors!
Very cool layout, good work.
Love the sidebar!
Well done, mate!
Great colours, and a solid resource for people starting out.
Different approach, yet it executed nicely !
love it !
Great job !
3 months ago
@Marijan Petrovski @Aaron Linkous @Raul Taciu Guys, did anyone finally try to code this? Right now I am playing with equal corner rhombuses (for simplicity) and it's pain even that simple. Just curious
2 months ago
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