Radial Repeat script {free}

Photoshop CS2+ JSX script for radially repeating content

Radial Repeat allows you to create interesting and complex radially-symmetrical patterns easily and quickly using small incremental edits.
This script was inspired by the interesting artwork created by aliceffekt, as well as an older “timelapse” recording of his process. the idea was, that it would be useful to provide a portable Photoshop script to automate the process of creating these patterns, with useful options to customize the process.

Credits: Amatecha


iOS 7 OCD App Icon Action {free}

The iOS 7 OCD app icon template is a free resource created to help you design better app icons for each specific icon size.

The Photoshop template is located in the “Working Files” folder. You can create your own documents or lay the grid over an existing document using the Photoshop actions within the “Actions” folder. All grid based values are based off of artwork from Apple in the “Research” folder.

Credits: Savvy apps


UberFaces {Free}

Random user generator.

its similar to the randomuser but with a lot more flexibility and features such as:

  •  ability to insert picture in selected area
  • ability to insert in multiple avatars into selected layers by means of masking
  • Windows and Mac compatible Photoshop CC 2014 (CC as well) 

The description in Russian but with lovely Gif tutorial there will be no problem in understanding what it does :)

Credits: Anton Lyubushkin 


Drawing Kit for Sketch {free}

DrawingKit is a collection of commands for use in Sketch, a vector graphics application for the MacOS by Bohemian Coding.


  • Align to Object
  • Artboard - Bleed
  • Artboard - Margin
  • Artboard - Rotate
  • Blend - Backward
  • Blend - Forward
  • Blend - Knockout
  • Blend - Mask
  • Clear Guides
  • Create Guides
  • Deselect
  • Grow
  • Match Rotation
  • Match Size
  • Rotate 90° CCW
  • Rotate 90° CW
  • Select in Group
  • Shift Guides
  • Slice Padding
  • Zoom to Percent
  • Zoom to Print Size

Nearly all scripts in this collection include a ‘User Variables’ section, where the default settings may be changed to suit your own preferences. (No coding skill needed!) In addition, many commands include options that are accessible by holding a modifier key (e.g., Option) when the command is run within Sketch. These options and their modifier keys are typically indicated in Sketch’s mini-toolbar when the command is run.

Credits: groove25