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Muse For You - Draw an SVG with Fill in Adobe Muse - Web Design Ledger

Draw an SVG with Fill in Adobe Muse

Draw an SVG with Fill in Adobe Muse. No Coding Skills Required.   In the video tutorial above I go over how to draw an SVG in Adobe Muse with the SVG Draw Widget found at I recently released an update where you can now draw the SVG and have the fill fade in….

Great Tools for Getting the Most From Your Prototyping

Designers often rely on wireframes, mockups, and prototypes. They use them to show how they see the final product unfolding at various stages in the design process. These presentations can vary from rough sketches to a model that emulates the look and feel of the final product nearly to perfection. Thus, these three design aids serve somewhat similar…

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CoffeeCup Responsive Design Pack Giveaway

Our friends at CoffeeCup are giving away a Responsive Design Pack for FREE (a total value of $1500) to FIVE very lucky designers! Featuring their top eight apps, the Responsive Design Pack is perfect for visually designing stunning websites, show-stopping photo displays, fully functional web forms, and money-making newsletters. The pack is also loaded with a ton of customizable responsive themes. With drag-n-drop interfaces…

Sword Spark Effect in Photoshop

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to add a sword spark effect in Adobe Photoshop. The Steps (1-6) 1. Open your main image in Photoshop. 2. Source an image of some sparks on a dark background and open this image in Photoshop. Press Cmd/Ctrl + A to select the entire canvas, and go…

Draw Letter ‘S’ Symbol in Adobe XD

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to design a letter ‘S’ symbol in Adobe XD. The Steps (1-11) 1. Create a New Artboard. 2. Select the Ellipse Tool and hold Shift to draw a circle. Give this circle a black Fill, with no border, and set the Width and Height to 300px. 3….

Designing a Progress Bar in Adobe XD

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to design a progress bar in Adobe XD. 1. Create a new artboard 1920 x 1080. 2. Select the artboard by Left-clicking on the artboard name top-left, and in the Property Inspector on the right, select a Background Fill Colour. In this tutorial the colour used was…

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