What is a suitable tool for UI/UX Work: Adobe Photoshop / XD / Sketch / Figma

As far as I can remember, I have used Photoshop from version two. So I have used Photoshop for almost twenty years, less or more. I have been using the Sketch app for four years. And just now, because of team recommendations, I have to switch to Figma. The most problematic point about Photoshop or …

How to fix Adobe Photoshop error warning dialog box called ‘Could not edit the layer because the layer is locked.’

When you open png or jpg from web & you want to edit locked background layer. Then you double click on ‘background layer’ You get this warning called ‘Could not edit the layer because the layer is locked.’     Here is How to fix this error   Step 01:   Select Background Layer

Learn Photoshop: Learn How to Use Photoshop’s Non Destructive Editing for Transforming, Applying Perspective, Changing Colors, masking by just utilizing Photoshop feature called ‘Smart Objects’

Following Video will Introduce you the term called ‘Non Destructive Editing’ in Photoshop by using Photoshop’s powerful feature called ‘Smart Objects’.   No more hesitate to transform objects multiple times by loosing quality of artwork… As this feture simply puts exact original copy of artwork inside artwork called Smart Object…   A Modern Photoshop Technique …

Learn Photoshop: Improve Photoshop Your Creative Workflow & Productivity by Utilizing Photoshop Actions by Creating Photoshop Droplets & Scripts

Here are detailed tutorials that you will love to learn ‘Photoshop Actions’ to improove your Photoshop Creative Workflow & Productivity by just following video Tutorials:   We certaily know that Photoshops Actions were available for long time now but learn here to put them for better use…

How to remove dash, hyphen from half word or stop word cutting in illustrator, indesign, photoshop

Here is small Tutorial about how to remove dash, hyphen from half word or How to stop word cutting in Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop & Adobe inDesign.   Answer is as simple as single step: ( I am using Mac OSX but it shouldn’t be different on Windows)