Hey, Pixels! This week, I’ll be sharing six ways that you can organize your web design layers panel in Photoshop. If you’ve ever designed anything in Photoshop, you’ll know how much of a pain it can be trying to keep your layers panel organized.
It’s time to share with you all of my favorite design, code, and tech favorites that I came across this March 2017. As always, the following websites, tools, and resources will make your life so much easier. You’ll be more productive, efficient and inspired.
Today’s article is a round-up of all of my design, code, and tech favorites that I’ve used this February 2017. This month, I’ve come across some amazing online tools and resources. I’m so glad that I can share them with you.
In this week’s tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to design your very own interactive app prototype in Adobe XD. The design for this app is minimalistic and modern.
If you’re a regular XO PIXEL blog reader, you already know how much I love and use Adobe XD when I’m designing my website mockups. Now, I’m going to be giving you an engaging look at the prototyping software.
Successful web design projects follow a clear and concise web design process. Breaking down the web design process into a series of steps can help you and your clients visualize what’s needed every step of the way. In this article, I’ve listed eight essential steps in the web design process that will help both you and your clients, execute a successful web design project.
In this week’s tutorial, I’m going to be showing you how to save high-quality images for the web. This guide will mainly focus on saving images in Adobe Photoshop.
When you’re creating your mockups in Photoshop, it’s important that your workspace is set up so that everything you need is within reach.