Elliot Jay Stocks is Senior Designer at Carson Systems and well known on the web for his visually rich websites and intricate attention to detail. His work is regularly featured in online and offline publications, showcased on numerous design 'inspiration' websites, and used as an example of how accessible web design can still look beautiful.
First of all, we would like to thank Flashloaded, who provided us with the photoFlow component to complete the PhotoFlip Gallery tutorial. In addition, we are giving out 3 licensed copies of photoFlow. Just add a comment in this post and you could win one of the three photoFlow component giveaways (value $59.95). All comments must be submitted before August 31, 2007 at 12am.
This Photoshop + Flash tutorial will show you how to design a cool photo gallery as seen on AppleTV website and in many Mac application (ie. iTune, iPhone). In fact, this tutorial is very easy to follow, all you need is some basic Photoshop and Flash skills. To complete this tutorial, you need Photoshop CS2+, Flash 8+, and a photoFlow component from Flashloaded.
Just in case you haven't noticed, we have added a new category, Talented People. The purpose of this category is to feature the talented designers, artists, and illustrators in the industry. This section will be periodically updated. To help us find more talented designers, please send us any good designer links that you think should feature here.
Neil is a self confessed Mac monkey based in a rural miners cottage 20 miles north of Manchester. He creates pieces that combine elements from mixed media, photography that are interlaced with complex vectors to create pieces that always hit the brief for clients all around the world. He is always hungry for the latest commissions and trends. Here are some of his works...
Let's admit it, we all hate Internet Explorer 6. About 80% of our CSS debug time are spend on IE6. We all know that IE6 is outdated and has horrible CSS rendering engine. However, most average Internet users haven't realized that yet. Why? Because we put our hard work on it and patch the bugs by various IE hacks. Well, it is time to do something...
Since Web Designer Wall was launched last week, I received several emails regarding on how I made the main illustration background. I thought I should put up a quick Illustrator tutorial so everyone can share. This article will outline the main steps on how I made the flower pattern in Illustrator. Hopefully, this can answer your question.