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Photoshop: Webdesign layout 3

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Photoshop » Web Layouts — about 10 years ago
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learn how to create a webdesign layout *includes psd*

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avatarEli about 10 years ago

You're inspiring too much on other peoples' tutorials.

avatarrazor_rich about 10 years ago

how do you mean? what other tutorial is like that one?

avatarEli about 10 years ago

http://www.templatesurge.com/header-tutorial.php, I believe.

avatarrazor_rich about 10 years ago

nope sorry, never seen that tutorial in my life, me and a colleage worked on this tutorial from scratch, from our imagination.

avatarEli about 10 years ago

Oh, it really shows! ;)

Well, good luck with everything.

avatarrazor_rich about 10 years ago

think what you like :p

avatarzyrus about 10 years ago

Honestly, I don't see the relation between the two. Both tuts are nice but this one obviously covers more ground as far as layout design. Everybody and they mama uses a blue gradient on their sites nowadays because it looks attractive and professional. But I wouldn't say that this tut is taking anything from the other just because of the color scheme. Besides, everybody learns from somebody. Who cares? As long as good design principles are passed on to the next person and credit is given where it's due (when applicable), then everything is cool.

Now, I've seen some straight jack-moves done by some G-T submitters. One guy took all the content from a W3Schools tut and wrapped his layout around it and called it his own with no mention at all of where he got the content from. I'm not sure if that's been deemed as an acceptable practice these days with so many people getting into submitting tuts, but if you're gonna steal content, please change a word or two, in the least... I mean, daggone.

avatarholman (administrator and creator)about 10 years ago

> I'm not sure if that's been deemed as an acceptable practice these days with so many people getting into submitting tuts

Just as a mention on policy... no infringement on anyone's intellectual property is permitted, period. We catch a lot of rips, but there will always be some slipping through the cracks (though hopefully we can catch those in the future).

avatardrdcha almost 10 years ago

good layout

avatarrejectbass about 1 year ago

excellent layout

avatarcohortaudience about 1 year ago

nice

avatarharleytrimean about 1 year ago

wONDERFUL

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