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Photoshop Resorcess:


104 Free Fonts for Web Designers and Logo Artists

Photoshop Tutorials:

How Web 2.0 Logos Are Drawn

65+ Smoking Photoshop Text Effect Tutorials

6 Quick’n’Dirty Photoshop Text Effects From Scratch

Text Effect Quickie: Moon Shine Text Effect

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Free Website Design Resources
FREE  FONTS — You’ll find a huge collection of great free fonts here.
04 — This site also has a  nice collection of free fonts.
Wanted Fonts —  Lots of free fonts. On left side navigation you’ll see categories. —  Another nice assortment of fonts you can download for free.
For a  full list of websites that offer free fonts visit our Free Fonts page.

Stock.XCHNG — A great source  of quality photos that are free of charge.
Pixel Perfect —  Offers a growing collection of free stock photos and illustrations. — This stock photo resource  offers free images.
For a full list of  websites that offer free photos visit our Free Stock Photos  page.

CitrusMoon offers a wide  assortment of pretty tiles and backgrounds.
SquidFingers has a big selection of  beautiful patterns.
For more free patterns  and textures visit our Free Backgrounds  page.

FREE COLOR SCHEMES offers a very easy to use color scheme generator.
ColorMatch 5k is a utility that will help you  select a matching 6-color palette for your blog. Define a single color that you  like. Matching colors will be calculated.
ColorBlender is a free online tool for color  matching and palette design.

Photoshop tutorials by Jennifer Apple - More Web Graphics Tutorials
Photoshop tips and Photoshop tutorials - tutorials by Jennifer AppleHow To Create A Favicon In Photoshop
A Favicon is a  little custom icon that appears next to a website’s URL in the address bar of a  web browser. And when I say little, I mean 16 pixels by 16 pixels. So if you  like a good design challenge try your hand at this one.

Photoshop tips and Photoshop tutorials - tutorials by Jennifer ApplePixel Fonts To The Rescue — How To Use Them & Where  To Get Them
Graphic designers working on web projects often complain that  when typefaces designed for print are set to lower sizes that they become harder  to read and unattractive to the eye. Even using anti-aliasing (the smooth option  in the Character Palette) is not enough to help these fonts look better on  screen. The solution when this happens is to abandon the printer fonts  altogether and to try using a Pixel font, which will produce a crisp, clean  image at very small sizes.

Web Graphics - Blog Templates & Blog Design TipsBlog  Templates & Blog Design Tips
This Photoshop tutorial offers tips on  how to improve blog templates by adding your own design elements. Includes a  list of free blog resources, and a martini recipe.


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