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As a junior UX/UI designer I would like to be able to recreate this design technique (following imgs).

It's hard to describe but overall a sleek, usually "milky/grainy" and gradient brushed texture with buttons n sliders and its carved tracks (looks to me like there is intentional noise added). It really gives a professional and realistic feeling.

Does this style have a name and/or better, are there any tutorials available?

Thankee sai!

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Google link below to see similar style:

https://www.google.se/search?q=photoshop+buttons&tbm=isch&tbs=rimg:Cflta0izRFJ5IjjgtmDh9v4NpQiRG6Q6x-Rb_1lejMcvgJTTTD9xjKZar_1BQzluoS45pINOZOv1uO5tyvjUaxf4h1YCoSCeC2YOH2_1g2lERpnz3rTGzFyKhIJCJEbpDrH5FsRbzjLFbsf1vYqEgn-V6Mxy-AlNBExhRgrJNPPGioSCdMP3GMplqv8EXLUYUk5lRdGKhIJFDOW6hLjmkgRVT8ZgSu7xjEqEgk05k6_1W47m3BEM1Y7X4TIjaCoSCa-NRrF_1iHVgEVjVFxWz-zQE&tbo=u&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiMz6Hz7bjWAhVsIpoKHZMQC6MQ9C8IHw&biw=2144&bih=869&dpr=0.9

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This looks like something I'd call 'photorealistic skeuomorphism' or a close variant. I think if you'd Google that term with 'tutorial' appended, you'd be bound to find something.

  • Oooh that's a tounge twister almost haha...but nonetheless correct! Thank you so much!! A whole new world just opened up! :D – moller.peter Sep 22 '17 at 14:20
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    Yeah me too. If the design above, knobs and dials are interactive then it's photorealistic skeuomorphism. If its static its just photo realistic. Here's a good debate about photorealistic skeuomorphism: slate.com/articles/technology/technology/2012/11/… – Webster Sep 22 '17 at 21:23

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