Super Simple 3 steps to teach you to draw a big heat of this year's diffuse shadow! If the designer wants to play good diffuse shadow, need to control the range and direction of the shadow, the interface bogey many large range of shadows, otherwise there will be a messy feeling. If the shadow is to remain transparent and bright, it should be noted that the button or component is placed on a layer of white color. Not much, just look at the tutorial!
Song Zu: I don't know if you noticed, since last year, a sudden epidemic of the shadow design techniques, first look at the following pictures (anyway, I started using this technique last year, maybe I know too Late (*^__^*))
Did you notice anything in common after reading? Yes, all these pictures have one thing in common is the exquisite shadows that adorn the entire interface.
Some friends would like to directly use the projection style is not more simple? Then you'll be in a ⊙0⊙ when you hit the picture below.
This is the latest big hot design technique that this tutorial has to share with you: "Diffuse shadows." I'm sure you've seen these cases before, but have you really tried them? A 60-point, traditional flat UI interface, plus the shadow effect can become a great God of the work of the second.
Let's start with a three-step tutorial, first by taking a recent case of shame and shame (because it's an example, I've added some weight to the shadow):