Free Hi-Res Watercolor Photoshop Brushes

by Jay Hilgert
on February 9, 2015

Here are a nice set of PhotoShop Brushes from BittBox. I’m constantly going back and forth between Illustrator and Photoshop in my projects, and I’m starting to pretty much make everything from scratch. I often have trouble finding brushes that are big enough for what I’m doing, so I just made my own. The smallest Brush in this set is 1989px! I was limited by CS2 to 2500 pixels, so that is as big as they get. The set contains 18 brushes. Download below:

BittBox Free Hi-Res Watercolor Photoshop Brushes
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36 Dark Minimalist Portfolio Website Designs

by Jake Rocheleau
on February 6, 2015

It’s tough competing in the modern creative marketplace without a stellar portfolio. Creative people from every medium are pushing to make their own unique portfolio website that looks great, runs smooth, and incorporates a little touch of themselves. Dark portfolios are an elegant solution to this problem which plays upon contrast and deeply unsaturated colors.

This showcase is a collection of the best dark portfolios I’ve found from all around the web. It’s surprisingly difficult to find beautiful portfolios that also incorporate dark color schemes. But the dark vibe can work great on any design style whether it’s minimalism, realism, flat, or something else. Take a look at these shadowy examples and lose yourself in the dark side.

Danny Diablo

dark danny diablo website layout

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JotForm Releases FormsCentral Import Wizard

by Dustin Martin
on February 3, 2015

Adobe recently rattled the design community when they dropped the bomb that Adobe’s form building product, FormsCentral, is set to shut down this July. Users who have come to rely on the service for many of their business needs were caught off guard and called upon Adobe to reconsider their decision. They took to the Adobe support forums to complain. “The last 4 months I spent building forms which I know will not be able to use anymore,” one user laments. Other users express their frustration, anger, and are up in arms about where to go next.

 

FormsCentral users have depended on the service for lead collection, e-commerce, communication with customers and more, have begun to seek alternatives. JotForm got wind of the situation when their support team was flooded with requests from FormsCentral users, asking how they can migrate over to JotForm, a competing service. As a company centered around customer usability and ease, JotForm promptly set to work to make the migration process a breeze.

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