Like most people around this time of year, I’ve been silently proclaiming that 2010 will be my year. I’ve been thinking about new goals, and I even thought about reading The Secret and creating my own vision board to help me achieve those goals.
Then I thought there must be a less humiliating way to ring in the new year.
So, instead of a vision board, I decided to simply write a good old fashioned list of New Year’s resolutions.
In Part 1 of this tutorial, you learned step-by-step how to design an awesome band website in Photoshop. Now in Part 2, you’ll learn how to take that PSD and turn it into clean, working XHTML/CSS code.
Winter is upon us (in the Northern Hemisphere at least). Few things in this world can be so solemn and magnificent at the same time, the winter season being one of those things. In this collection, we share with you a stunning set of photos that capture the true beauty and essence of winter.
On Christmas day of 2009, Pingdom, a service that will monitor the uptime and response time of your websites and servers, and alert you of any downtime, gave out twenty 1-year subscription to their Basic Plan service (valued at close to $120 each).
Looking back this year (2009), we have had some incredible tutorials that have taught hundreds and thousands of people new skills in Adobe Photoshop. We’ve been searching the web from America to Germany to the UK and have managed to compile a list of the 50 of the very best Photoshop tutorials this year.
Happy learning and wishing you all the luck in 2010!
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