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Hi there. Check out my new tutorial published at Vectortuts. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a set of toggle buttons in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll be using basic shapes, some basic vector shape building techniques and the Pathfinder panel to create this UI essential for anyones tool kit. Further more, you won’t need the Pen Tool, so it’s easy to follow along for beginners!

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Hi there. Have a look at my new tutorial published at Vectortuts. Image sliders have been a common element of website design over the past few years, especially in portfolio designs. First, we’ll use three free images and some simple masking techniques. We’ll then go on to adding the shading and depth using Warp effects, some simple blur, multiple fills and strokes and various blending techniques.

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Hi there. Check out my new tutorial published at Devgarage and you can learn how to create a simple volume bar in Adobe Illustrator. For the main shape we’ll start with a simple rectangle, several fills and strokes, some simple effects and basic blending techniques. Moving to the little speaker icon, we’ll use several rectangles and circles, some Pathfinder options and multiple fills, stroke and effects.

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Hi there. Here is my new tutorial published at Vectortuts. In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed calculator interface by using the Grid and the Snap to Grid, the Appearance panel, basic shape building techniques, linear and radial gradients plus some simple effects and basic blending techniques. It’s a great tutorial for those who like to avoid using the Pen Tool.

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Hi there. Check out my new quick tip published on Vectortuts and you will learn how to create a simple pagination bar. First, you will learn how to use the grid and the snap to grid to create pixel perfect shapes. Once you build your main shapes I will show you how to add the smaller details using the Appearance Panel along with some simple effects and some basic vector shape building techniques.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new tutorial published at Devgarage and you can learn how to create a simple search bar in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll start with a bunch of simple rectangles, some Pathfinder options and the Rounded Corners effect. Once we have our main shapes we’ll continue by adding the text and the little magnifier icon. In the final steps steps you will learn how to easily recolor your search bar.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new tutorial published at Vectortuts and you will learn how to create a stylized navigation bar. You will learn how to use the Appearance Panel, several linear gradients, a pattern and some basic effects to style a navigation bar. Finally, you can find out how to use the Slice Tool to cut and export the images so they can be used as part of a website.

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Hi there. Check out my new tutorial published at Noupe.com and you will learn how to create a set of sleek web ribbons. We’ll start with two simple shapes and some basic masking techniques. Next, using a simple rectangle and some simple vector shape building techniques we’ll create the overall ribbon shape. Once we have the starting shapes we’ll continue with the smaller parts.

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Hi there. Here’s my new premium tutorial published at Vectortuts on how to create a mobile phone school app interface. Give it a try and you will learn how to use the Appearance Panel, different drawing techniques and how to style text to create a school themed application interface. If you are looking to take your skills to the next level then join the Envato premium community.

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Hi there. Here’s my new tutorial published at Noupe.com. In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed web element, a simple drop-down menu. We’ll start with a bunch rectangles and simple paths, some basic vector shape building techniques and the Rounded Corners effect. Once we have our starting shapes we’ll continue with the colors. We’ll use multiple fills and strokes along with the Drop Shadow effect and some simple blending techniques.

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