You really don't have to be a Photoshop expert to use Photoshop Actions. You really don't.
WordPress 4.0 will most likely be with us within the next week, so how is it going to perform and what new features will it bring to the table?
Once when I was having a chat with a developer about WordPress Themes, he mentioned something about child themes. I am guessing by the confused look on my face, he figured out that I have no bloody clue as to what he was going on about. That was my “Have you met Ted?” moment. After […]
There’s a lot of love for WordPress around here, and that makes WooCommerce a great way to get into eCommerce. It’s a free plugin that can integrate online sales features right into your existing WordPress site. And you can extend its functionality further with CodeCanyon’s 350+ WooCommerce Plugins. In this article we round up the […]
PrestaShop is currently one of the most popular and most used eCommerce platforms in the world. Powering a growing number of eCommerce sites, it was also recently voted one of the best eCommerce platforms by our community. In addition to offering 300 powerful features for everything from flexible catalogs to better search rankings, you can […]
PrestaShop is one of the most popular eCommerce solutions in the Envato community. Perhaps you’ve used it for your own store. It’s open source, supports many popular payment gateways, and you can extend its functionality with CodeCanyon’s 70+ PrestaShop Add-ons and Modules. These are the 10 best-selling plugins right now.
Many of you might already be aware that the first beta for WordPress 3.9 is out in the wild, and you can download it and try out some of the new things that are expected to be shipped with this new release, which is expected to be ready sometime in April 2014. Of course, there […]
As a marketer, I cringe every time I hear, “If you build it, they will come.” I am not sure how the phrase came to be. The closest reference is from the 1989 film entitled Field of Dreams. While walking through the cornfield, Ray Kinsella hears a voice whispering, “If you build it, he will […]
When it comes to creating WordPress themes, we often want to provide our users with a selection of options to customise the experience for their needs. As something that needs to be done for each and every theme, it’s nice to find an off-the-shelf solution you can drop into each project to get you most […]
The International CES is a global consumer electronics and consumer technology trade show that takes place every January in Las Vegas, Nevada. I’m not surprised that there’s a big focus on mobile this year—not just phones and tablets, but also car tech, smart watches and other wearable gear. Here’s a handful of useful kits and […]
Back in October when we started Inside.Envato, I found myself rediscovering writing. In order to write a lot, it’s important to find a tool that helps you find flow. Fortunately there are a lot of great distraction-free text editors on the market. As we’re using markdown based Ghost for our blog I selected iA Writer […]
Calendars are a timeless gift. So why make them generic? Before you hit the shops this holiday season, explore GraphicRiver’s immense collection of individually reviewed, quality print templates. With some basic design know-how, you can easily customize a calendar in time for 2014. Add birthdays, anniversaries and photos for that extra personalization. Then it’s as simple as selecting […]
Most of us love to think of ourselves as creative individuals, and at times it becomes really hard to find originality in the designs we work on. Most designers constantly battle between embracing their own style, and mixing it with current trends in the industry.
When it comes to making your very own scary movie this Halloween, audio and video go hand-in-hand. We’re challenging the Envato Marketplaces community to name the most spine-chilling soundtracks from the world’s scariest films and TV shows. Get involved (if you dare). It’s not too late to complete your own Halloween video greeting or indie […]
A little while ago, we talked about the tech world’s departure from skuomorphism. Now it’s official. Apple—the king of woodgrain bookshelves, spiral-edged notepads and felt-green card tables—has officially retired visual design cues that mimic the real world.
An Envato community member shares the step-by-step process of creating and launching a mobile app using the content on his blog.
In our $6,500 Low Poly Mobile Game Packs competition, 3D modellers were encouraged to submit their best Low Poly Mobile Game Packs for iPhone or Android to 3DOcean. Thanks to the Cgtuts+ and 3DOcean review team we’ve finally picked our winners!
Responsive web design is accepted across the internet as a great solution for viewing sites on a multitude of different devices. It wasn’t always this way— when responsive design was in its infancy, there were naysayers and those who were reluctant to jump on the bandwagon. My question, and the reason behind this article, is […]