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Hi there. Check out my new premium tutorial published on Vectortuts and you will learn how to create a mobile phone weather app interface. We’ll build the interface using pixel perfect alignment, quality vector shape building techniques, as well as gradient and lighting control. The result is a modern phone app interface. You can use these techniques to create your own app interfaces.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new quick tip published on Vectortuts. In this quick tip you will learn how to create a simple audio player bar. This is mostly about the basics of pixel perfect vector shape building techniques. We’ll start with a simple rectangles and the Rounded Corners effect. Next, we’ll use some Offset and Pathfinder techniques to create the highlights. Finally, some masking/blending techniques and the Drop Shadow effect will help us add the final touches.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new quick tip published on Vectortuts. In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple set of map pins. It all starts with a simple circle, some pixel perfect vector shape building techniques and the Rounded Corners effect. Next, using the Pathfinder options along with a bunch of simple effects we’ll create the extra paths. Finally, we’ll use some basic masking and blending techniques.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new quick tip published on Vectortuts. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple sliders set. First, we’ll use the Rectangle Tool and the Rounded Corners effects to create the base shapes. Next, using some Offset and Pathfinder options we’ll create the highlight shapes. Finally, for the colors we’ll use several linear and radial gradients, some simple effects along with basic blending techniques.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new tutorial published on Vectortuts. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a mobile phone music player interface. We’ll build the interface using pixel perfect alignment, quality vector shape building techniques, as well as gradient and lighting control.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new quick tip published on Vectortuts. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple set of switch buttons. First, we’ll use the Rectangle Tool along with the Rounded Corners and the Drop Shadow effects to create the shapes behind the button. For the button we’ll use a mesh, some Pathfinder options and two simple strokes.

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Hi there. Check out my new quick tip published on Vectortuts. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple set of ribbon icons. First, we’ll build the starting shapes using several basic tools along with some simple effects and vector shape building techniques. Next, we’ll add extra details and colors using Pathfinder options, dashed strokes, a built-in pattern and some new effects. Finally, we’ll add a simple text with a discrete shadow effect.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new quick tip published on Vectortuts. In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple set of glowing buttons. It’s another tutorial that focuses on the Appearance panel as the entire button is created using only one shape with multiple fills and strokes plus some simple effects.

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Hi there. Here’s my new tutorial published on Vectortuts. In the following tutorial you will learn how to create a simple switch button in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll build the switch button using pixel perfect alignment, quality vector shape building techniques, and then color the work with Film Grain effect, Opacity Masks, and highlights.

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Hi there. Have a look at my new quick tip published on Vectortuts. In the following steps you will learn how to create a simple volume bar. It’s a pretty simple tutorial that will introduce you to the basic tools, effect and techniques used in Adobe Illustrator. You will start with a simple rectangle and circle then using multiple fills, strokes and several simple effects along with some nice blending and masking techniques you will create your own volume bar.

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