Creating a Web 2.0 Template Design

Learn the basics on creating a Web 2.0 Template design for your web.

1. Start by opening a new 800 * 900 px file
2. Create a new layer and make a #4dbce9 to Transparent gradient form top to bottom like in the image below
Adobe Photoshop Free Tutorials
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Make Your Own RSS Feed Icon

Learn how to make a classic RSS Feed icon with a unique style.

1. First create a square using the Rounded Rectangle Tool and use the Geometry Options as you can see below. With this we’ll be doing a square with a size of 96px,if you want can use another icon size like: 128px, 64px, 48px, 32px, 24px, 16px, 12px or 10px. If you prefer it can use you own customized size.
Photoshop Tutorials. Fixed size.
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Exceptional Free Photoshop Brush Resources

I thought I would compose a small list of what I think are the best free Photoshop brush resources around today. Check ‘em out:

  1. Brusheezy
    Brusheezy - Free Photoshop Brushes
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Design Stylish Wooden Tabs for Your Website

In this easy, step-by-step Photoshop tutorial I’m going to be showing you how to design some nice, wooden tabs (navigation buttons) for your website. Similar to the ones shown in the below image:

Design Stylish Wooden Tabs for Your Website

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Pixel Maps

Step 1:
First off, let me explain how this is going to work. I am downloading a font called Dingmaps. Click the link to download the font. Then after that I will place the font at a large size and fill it with a pattern. Above is a sample of a finished product.

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Metalic Navigation Bar

1. Firstly open up Photoshop and create a new canvas. Make sure your canvas is the correct width and height you want your navigation bar to be. I made my canvas 800x200px.

2. Next insert a new layer. Click on the ‘Rectangular Marquee Tool’ and draw a rectangle from one end of the canvas to the other. The height of my navigation bar was 35px. You should have something that looks like this.

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