Adobe Illustrator has nice features that I miss in Photoshop. One of them is Transform Each. When you need to transform group of layers, it transforms each of selected layers as it was transformed individually. Yeah, sounds confusing, let me explain on pictures
I guess everyone knows that you can copy/paste layer styles through the menu
Layer → Layer Style → Copy/Paste Layer Style. But what I missed is a function that will paste effects by adding them to the current layer instead of replacing everything. Let me show the example.
Vertical Rhythm is a useful thing. Usually I'm using default Photoshop grid to set it up. But this is not the best solution because sometimes I need native grid for other things. In such cases fast created patterns helps me, I don't usually save them and because of that they are sink into oblivion after switching between different pattern packs and I have to make new pattern again and again (silly, yeah). So, I decided to generate a single pattern pack with popular leading values for daily use in projects.