If you follow us on Twitter or Facebook, you may already be aware that Psdtuts has a new editor. In fact, this is kind of old news. Grant actually began his editing duties for Psdtuts on August 1 and has been quietly editing the site ever since. Before that time, Grant worked as the Associate Editor for this site under Sean Hodge; who is now heading up the new Vectortuts.
You may already be familiar with Grant. For the last few years he has maintained Colorburned, another popular design blog. He is a very active member of the design community, is an active Twitterer and brings loads of blogging experience to the table. Psdtuts is in good hands with Grant and we are very excited to have him at the helm.
Since taking on the Lead Editor role, Grant has taken on a more active role on both our Twitter and Facebook pages. Please feel free to connect with us on both networks to learn more about what’s happening on Psdtuts.
Some Interesting Facts About Grant
- He loves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
- He is a Kentucky Colonel (just like Colonel Sanders).
- Works on a Mac.
- Does not own an iPhone.
New Author Recruitment
We are always looking for new writers here at Psdtuts. We work with a fantastic team of regular authors but we love working with new people as well. So if you’ve been on the fence about writing an article or tutorial, now is a great time to give it a try. To learn more about writing for Psdtuts, visit our Write for Us page or just Submit an Idea.
Envato Remote Staff Meetup
We also thought that we would let you know about another exciting event here at Envato. Last week we held our first ever remote staff meetup in Chicago. This was the first time that the remote staff got to meet each other in person. We had Envato staff travel all the way from Australia, Europe, and Canada and it really was a fantastic experience. Now that everyone has had a chance to meet in person, we hope to do much more collaboration with the other tuts sites as well as the marketplaces. Hopefully, there will be more meetups in the near future. Until then, you can view photos of the event here.
Anyhow, that’s all for now. Thank you all so very much for the loyal readership. It means so much to us.
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