If you are stuck in creating modern flat style designs, this tutorial is totally for you! And what is also great?.. This complete design guide for creating fancy design worth thousands is totally free! .... :D
9 months ago
LOL! you are funny! :P
nice :) and what about text shadow?
"don't forget to clear layer style on the text layer and make it bigger" :)
Haha, made my morning!
Ha, this is awesome!
Whoa whoa wait a minute. Can you slow down the steps a bit? All seems a bit complex....
Where are my shadows and highlights ;)
Seen this 'joke' on Twitter too much lately.
You just blew my mind....
I once heard that skeu is good, flat is better, a little of both is best. What are your thoughts on this? Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge fan of flat design.
I really love flat style, but I think it cannot be used in the way "I have to use flat, because it is cool right now":) We have to create good design no matter what the trend is. So use flat style, gradients, or combine it all together, but don't forget - it has to be functional:)
From now on, I will send this link to anybody who asks me about "flat design tutorials". Thanks!
this is good, ... i changed the keyboard shortcuts in PS to use it just like in pages or keynotes to cmd + alt + [c, v, x ] ... while x clears the layer style, ... very short way to a flat styled one of a website, ... just like that: http://dribbble.com/shots/930563-corporate-website
Спасибо кэп :)))
I made a Photoshop plugin for all your old PSD's!
http://skeuomorphism.it - Fuck that, make it flat ....
cc @Alexandr Drugov @Sacha Greif @Ondrej Lechan @Irfan Mir @Nick Chamberlin @Daryl Ginn
Networker app design was a bit inspired by your mobile app flat design approach :) btw: best tutorial ... wait for it ... ever! :D
8 months ago
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