Web Designers and Graphic Designers all love freebies! They help our work lives when we’re in a hurry and need a high quality pre made PSD Template. Using free website templates are a great starting point when you’re starting out or on a low budget. Premade PSD Website Templates are a great alternative rather thenContinue Reading “15 best PSD website templates for 2014”
One year after publishing one of the most controversial article on Inspired Mag (if Gimp is so good why does everyone use Photoshop), we get back with a roundup of open source photo editors. Feel free to contribute with suggestions and opinions in the comments section. For most designers, Adobe Photoshop is the only photoContinue Reading “7 efficient open source photo editors”
If GIMP is so good, why does everyone use Photoshop? It’s a fair question, given the fact that GIMP is so often heralded by open source enthusiasts. GIMP is a free photo editing software often cited as the best open source image editing software on the planet. An offshoot, Gimpshop, features a user interface thatContinue Reading “If GIMP Is So Good, Why Does Everyone Use Photoshop?”
OtherFocus is an international creative blog founded by Jennifer Cirpici, an Illustrator and Graphic Designer from The Netherlands. Jennifer had an idea to create a blog but didn’t know where to start. There was a question in her mind she needed to answer: “What do we want to give our audience?”, the answer cameContinue Reading “OtherFocus Collaboration”
If you are creating a website that aims to sell custom sunglasses, skinny jeans, or the latest Charlie Sheen-endorsed product, you are not going to want a tame design. By taking a page out of the book of rock n’ roll, you can harness the energy of the gods of rock and blow the roofContinue Reading “Five Photoshop Effects to Make Your Website Appeal to Rock Stars”
Photoshop has been in the news lately, except not for the regular reasons you might have guessed. More and more blogs are focusing on Photoshop because there’s an internal battle. A battle between designers who work in Photoshop, and those who choose to ignore it for the browser. I’ve grown out of Photoshop for the bulk of my work, and there are three key reasons a designer must focus on to understand the benefits I’ve gained.