I’m a big fan of git/github as my go-to for version control. A friend of mine just showed me that GitHub in particular isn’t resting on its laurels as-is. They’ve just recently added viewing and diffing of Photoshop’s .PSD files. Very nice polish for an already uber-useful service.
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Thanks in part to iOS 7’s flat design, we’re experiencing a trend of flat design. Below is a nice tutorial on how to make flat icons in Photoshop — though something like this really screams for you to be utilizing Illustrator, Adobe’s original tool for making vector items.
I’m always a little leery of these conversion tools that take some sort of image file and do the whole development process for you — sure some of that is also being threatened. Regardless, thought this was a neat idea. Haven’t had a chance to try it out yet to find out any caveats:
Came across this this morning, and seems like an interesting little utility, though I’m used to doing the opposite — turning a layered Photoshop into a website.
Can’t really think this would be an everyday part of my workflow, but I can see it coming in handy every once and awhile.