• 100 Delicious Photoshop Tutorials


    Our good friend Bunty Pandir at psdstack.com has published a new article full of awesome Photoshop tutorials. From his site:

    So you are getting started with Photoshop or you’ve already got some skills. Then these tutorials will help you learn photo manipulation, photography, photo effects, retouching, illustration, digital painting, graphic design, text effects, and much more.

    Needless to say that Photoshop is one of the best design software and used by all design enthusiasts around the world. It let you create amazing art and design but understanding how Photoshop work or how you can use it, can be difficult if you just getting started. If you’ve already got some skills then you should be looking to improve it. In this post, I’ve collected 100 tutorials from best sites which provide Photoshop related stuffs. All tutorials are perfectly suitable for beginners to expert level of Photoshop user.

    The tutorials are categorized to help you locate the type of tutorial you’re looking for.
    Head over to Bunty’s site to check it out: http://www.psdstack.com/resources/100-photoshop-tutorials/

  • iPhone iOS8 GUI for Photoshop


    If you ever find yourself needing to mock up a presentation that includes screenshots from an iPhone, here’s an easy to use Photoshop layered file that contains all of the interface elements from the public release of iOS 8.

    The PSD is a well organized, labeled and full of editable shape layers. You might also find it useful for mocking up apps or to concept ideas with custom interface elements that work harmoniously with those native to iOS. Have fun!

    To download the file, head over to: http://www.teehanlax.com/tools/iphone/

  • Lifting the Curtain on Live Events


    The data is in and interest is up: More people are attending live events—concerts, sports and theater—than ever before. How are they researching and buying tickets to these events? Google worked with Ipsos MediaCT to find out. The good news for marketers is that ticket purchasers are always “in market.” If they’re not attending an event, they’re looking toward the next one. (Sometimes they’re even doing both simultaneously thanks to mobile.) There’s huge opportunity for brands to surround and own the conversation when it comes to ticketing and interest in live events as shown in this infographic.

    See the full graphic here: Lifting the Curtain on Live Events – Think with Google.