Create Confetti Shapes Quickly and Easily in Illustrator

In this tutorial we will create a scattered confetti effect. This effect could potentially be very time consuming to draw, resize, rotate and rearrange each shape manually, so we will use Scatter Brushes to simplify the whole process and make it much more fun!Read more

Use Photoshop to Smooth Skin and Make Eyes Pop

This tutorial will teach you a simple technique for subtly enhancing portrait photos with Photoshop. We will gently smooth the skin to improve the overall tone and help reduce unwanted blemishes, then draw focus to the eyes by increasing their contrast and saturation.Read more

How to Create Text Made out of Pencils in Illustrator

This fun effect is great for 'back to school' type graphics and also a good learning experience for using Art Brushes in Illustrator to manipulate and bend vector graphics around shapes such as text.Read more

How to Create an Infinite Loop Symbol with Illustrator

This tutorial will teach you how to take a basic circle shape and use Illustrator to manipulate, duplicate and layer it step by step to build a perfect infinite loop and also create the illusion of depth.Read more

What is Card-Based Design and Should you be Using it?

It may seem like every website you visit lately is migrating to card-based layouts over their traditional layouts. Taking cues from social media platforms, this trend has become hugely popular across all types of websites. The question is why, and should you be doing the same?Read more

Create an Abstract Geometric Gradient Background with Photoshop

This tutorial will show you the process behind creating one of our most popular recent freebies on Medialoot, the Geometric Gradient Backgrounds pack. This technique uses vector shape layers, layer styles and of course gradients to create a stunning abstract background.Read more

Create a Mouthwatering Donut Icon with Illustrator

This step by step tutorial will teach you how to draw a mouthwatering donut icon in Adobe Illustrator using basic shapes and filters, then offset its layers and use dashed strokes effectively to give the donut a fun retro effect.Read more

How to Move a Responsive Sidebar’s Position with CSS

Most responsive layouts have multiple columns at full-size, which then collapse on mobile devices to accommodate the smaller display size. Unless you have unusual coding practices, the collapsed columns will always be automatically stacked in the order they appear in the source code. This means that columns on the left...Read more

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