10 Great Website Button Tutorials

March 8, 2010

Navigation is an extremely important, maybe even the most important aspect of any website.

Most of us have been trained to look for a button to push when we want to move forward into a website. That button should be easily recognizable as well as good looking. If you were on a website to create a custom invitation, and you couldn’t find the portion of the site that allows you to add your own text, upload a design or price your order, more than likely you would give up in frustration and move on to another more user-friendly site. A great way to make that oh-so-important navigation easy on the eyes as well as the mouse is by creating clear eye-catching buttons. Here are 10 great tutorials on creating website buttons. veerle.duoh.com - Creating Flexible Buttons Using Photoshop Shapes and Styles devwebpro.com - Industrial Style Navigation Buttons toxiclab.org - Button Tutorial photoshopstar.com - Professional Glossy Download Button designnewz.com - Shut Down Icon designtutorials.info - Volume Control Widget tutorialized.com - Creative Menu Bar tutorialized.com - Action Button Design in Photoshop tutorialized.com - Pearl Download Icon tutorialized.com - Create a pixel perfect social media icon

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