Adobe Photoshop Graphics Designed for the Web

Featured Image credit to Rickie Sherman

There’s no question that Adobe Photoshop is the premiere software suite for web designers. You can create an entire layout from scratch just using the built in tools for text and objects. Highly skilled web designers may also be able to code out their mockups into a frontend HTML/CSS/jQuery website. When you understand this routine of building web layouts the whole process becomes much easier.

In the showcase below I’ve collected some Photoshop works related to web interfaces and layouts. These can serve as an enormous inspiration to upcoming designers who are trying to learn and follow the trends. Check out the graphic shots below and let us know your thoughts in the post discussion area.

The Layout Lab

Retro Web Layout

Clean Modern Slider

Portfolio sneak peek

Header ornaments

UI elements for Meta.ua

Coupon Graphic

Mystery Project – Steps

Product Pods

Portfolio Site

Rockets

Mustard Yellow Icons

Ultimate Designer Toolkit

Amish Country Theater

Sneak Peek v2

Newsletter Signup

Header Menu

Thumbnail Concept

YouTube Channel GUI(Free PSD)

Clean Navigation

Color Drop Navigation(Free PSD)

Clean login(Free PSD)

Contact Form UI

& Ribbon

Portfolio mock up

Taskout App Website

Portfolio Magnified

Oven “Coming Soon” Page Graphic

About the Author: Kalen Smith

Kalen is a freelance writer and entrepreneur. He can be found on the web writing about topics including startups and UI design. Check out his other articles through Google or follow his updates on Twitter @engineerbiz.

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