Neumorphism is a popular design style for user interfaces. It’s based on elements used in real life objects, often with 3D effects and lighting to replicate the way these objects appear in real life. The technique is applied to UI buttons, panels, and other interface elements to give them a realistic aesthetic.
In this Photoshop resource I’ll show you how to use layer styles and adjustment layers to replicate this effect. It requires a lot of patience and tweaking to get it exactly right, but with some trial and error you can create some great results.
You can download the PSD file for this resource down below. You will need Adobe Photoshop CC 20+ or newer to open the PSD file.
- Author: Shon John Varghese
- License: Free for personal use.
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