For many developers, a trusty text editor is all you need for even the most complex web applications. Whether you’re creating a site from scratch, editing a CSS file, or messing around with configuration files on the server – a good, solid text editor will do the trick just fine. Last week, over 600 people voted for the text editor that they felt was the best from the large set of options out in the market.
In this article, you’ll find fifteen of the most ubiquitous text editors for development as voted by you.
An effective logo sets the tone and public perception of your brand, and therefore careful thought and creativity must be put into constructing it.
In this article, you’ll find a large collection of tutorials and resources on the topic of designing logos by some of the most well-respected logo designers in the industry.
Logo Design Tutorials
Designer/Author Chuck Green shows us the general process he takes when designing a logo.
Last week, SSLmatic and Six Revisions asked you what you thought the best text editor was. Over 600 comments were received. Today, we’re happy to announce the winners of RapidSSL certificates from SSLmatic.
Adobe Photoshop is the tool of choice for many designers and artists. Photoshop can be used for almost every little task that involves graphic design. It is one of the finest pieces of software available on the market when it comes to digital image editing. A great attribute of Photoshop is that you can extend it with additional brushes, patterns, shapes, and more.
In this massive collection of resources, you’ll find all sorts of resources including: tutorial sites, Photoshop Brushes, patterns, Photoshop Actions, showcases/collections, and much more.
Photoshop Tutorial Sites
Psdtuts+ is a weblog and Photoshop site that features high-quality Photoshop tutorials. On Psdtuts+, you’ll find tutorials such as "Creating a Touching Story Scene in Photoshop" and tips and tricks like "Using Adobe Kuler to Enhance Your Photoshop Color Workflow".
Adding illustrative elements to a web design can take it to a whole new level. Illustrations add a uniqueness and character to a design, giving it the ability to make it truly stand out from the crowd. Designers and artists use them in various parts of a design: as backgrounds, as part of a captivating header, or as an accent within the content area.
In this article, you’ll be able to set your eyes on some of the best examples of websites that have chosen to use illustrated elements as part of the design.