Recommended by elsterama on August 21, 2011 via Tutorial9
Twitter Follow Buttons & Icons fully layered PSD. Included is 16 layered PSD Follow buttons with icons, 8 white & 8 blue with alternate wording - Follow Me, Follow Us and Follow button also included is matching icons at 48px x 48px in size. Buttons are also included in JPG & PNG format
Today I would like to show you how to create a clean and detailed login form design in Photoshop. In few simple steps you will see how to use blending options, layer styles, how to stylize type for the web and more.
Hope you will find this tutorial useful and you will learn something new. Please share your opinion about this tutorial in comments section below.Continue
The latest Platform Update to the Facebook Developers Blog on Friday announced the new ability to subscribe to threads in the Comments Box social plugin, the addition of Like Story feedback to the Insights tool, and details on API access to metrics on Send button activity.
The Facebook Like button turned a year old last week and it has got people thinking about the nature of Facebook's open social graph. Nothing like an anniversary to make you stop and assess your relationship, right?
Perusing through the comments on Facebook's announcement, two questions are prominent: a) it seems like the Like button has been around for more than a year and b) where is the "Dislike" button?Continue
One year ago today at the f8 conference, Facebook released the Like button, its Open Graph social plugin for showing affinity for content on third-party websites. The company has now tells us that the site, and most frequently the Like button, have been added to many of the world’s largest sites according to comScore Media. These include all of the top 10 sports properties, 9 of the top 10 news/information properties, 9 of the top 10 entertainment properties, and 18 of the top 25 Comscore U.S. retail sites.Continue
With the getting-wider support for CSS3 features and stable resources that can CSS3-enable non-compatible browsers, there are no obstacles left for using CSS3 buttons.
Using CSS3 properties, there is a huge space of creativity for designing buttons; using border-radius for rounded corners, linear-gradient and box-shadow for creating depth, transitions for the animations and more.Continue
Facebook is testing a change of the interface of Like buttons that allow comments, such that users are shown a preview of the story that will be published, complete with image and caption. Previously, users only saw a text input field for adding their comment. This tested interface let users comment with confidence, knowing they won’t be repeating what’s already included in the caption or image.