A Multitude of Mockups


Creating realistic mockups can be a key step in the process of bringing a new design concept to life and getting it approved by a client. It can also help you spot the strengths and flaws in a design that might not be apparent when it's only flat pixels in Illustrator or Photoshop. But creating high-quality mockups could consume a lot of time and effort if you start from scratch. Fortunately, you don't have to if you head over to McWade.com and check out the bonanza of links to free templates they’ve collected.

source: graphicburger.com

And if you have an ongoing need for mockups, check out LiveSurface’s Context application, which can help you instantly put a new logo on anything from a bottle to a billboard.

source: livesurface.com

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