Photoshop Lady is a tutorial collection website for Photoshop. They are collecting the best Photoshop tutorials around the world. It’s updated daily and categorized in to 3D Effects, Drawing Effects, Photo Effects, Abstract Effects, Textures, Patterns, and UI Designs etc… You can bookmark the tutorials easily inside the website and make the tutorial collections in a single page.
Particle Tree has comes with a great tutorials for web developers and web designers. Creating a consistent interface for your users is a constant struggle for every application designer. Building consistency on the web is especially tough because the visual rendering differences across browsers and operating systems are wildly different and almost arbitrary in what can and cannot be done. No where does this become more apparent than when you’re dealing with form elements and the biggest loser of them all in the battle for a standardized look is the infamous Submit button.
Graph Paper Press comes with a tutorial for sliding content region for WordPress. In this tutorial, you can learn how to put a sliding content region to your WordPress blog or Site. Demo and source code are available for download, which contains everything you need to put this feature con your blog.
Illustrator is one of the best vector graphic tool from Adobe. You can create high quality Icons, Illustrations, package designs etc… with Illustrator. There are a lot of tutorials for Illustrator available on internet for biginners or advanced user. Here I’m listing some of the best Illustrator tutorial collections which I found over the internet. Browse through this article and check them out.
Over the last few years, Twitter has become a very popular marketing tool and more and more people are integrating their Twitter updates onto sites outside of Twitter. This tutorial will teach you how to display up to 20 of your latest Twitter updates in a fading news ticker on your WordPress blog. This is an elegant alternative to using a Twitter Badge and takes up little room on your site. The tutorial was written by veronicawong.ca