This Adobe Photoshop tutorial will show you how to create a simplistic design studio menu.
Now we need to apply the diagonal background patter. First we will create it. Create a new image 200x50px with black as the background color. Create a new layer. Using the rectangle marquee tool make a select about half the height and width of the document and fill it in with #464646.
Now right click on the layer in the layers panel and select “Duplicate layer…” Now ctrl + click on the layer to select it. Fill it with #202020 using alt + backspace and nudge the layer down to the edge of the original using the arrow keys.
Now merge the two layers by selecting both layers in the layers panel, right clicking them, and selecting “Merge Layers”. Now select your new layer (which should contain both squares and go to Edit, transform, rotate from the Photoshop menu. Rotate the layer -55 degrees and then apply the changes. Your image should look like the picture below.
Use the rectangle marquee tool and make a selection in the center on the. Make sure that your selection starts at the edge of the dark line and edge on the edge of the light line (you may have to zoom in to do this). This is important so that the pattern will look right. Once you have made your selection crop the image. It should look like the one below.
Name the pattern and select ok. Select the Diagonal pattern. Look at your before you accept the new pattern. If the pattern doesn’t line up, click and drag it until it lines up. You may also have to scale the pattern to cover the entire area. When you are finished select the ok button.
Now create a new layer. I am going to add the logo for this menu. The title of this tutorial is “Photoshop Creative Design Logo Tutorial”. So I will use a logo that contains the letters CD.
Right click on the layer with the “C” and choose “Rasterize Type”. I will erase most of the letter “C”, using the eraser tool with a 19px hard brush. Then I will nudge the line over a little bit to make the “C” fuller. After that you are done. Here is the final product.