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It should look like this.
Next need to add a highlight to the header. Create a new layer by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N. Pick a soft brush with a diameter of 600px. Pick #19535a for brush color. Just click once on the center of the header.
Make a selection from the top that is 110 pixels in height.
Hit Delete key to delete the selected portion. That looks like below.
Shrink it vertically by pressing Ctrl+T.
We need to make sure that the highlight spot is perfectly centered to the header. Select layers, header and highlight and press "V" to switch to Move Tool. On the Options Panel select Align Horizontal Centers button.
Create a new layer, draw a one pixel highlight line using the Pencil Tool with color #01bfd2.
Hide the edges smoothly using a gradient mask. Pick the Gradient Tool, create the below gradient in the Options Panel.
Apply the above gradient.
Step 4 : Create Texture Pattern
Now create a simple checker pattern and apply to the header. Pick the Pencil Tool, set the brush size to 2 pixels and add two dots that are touching each others corners. Turn off the background and select the dots. Choose Edit > Define Pattern.
Create a new layer and place it below the highlight layer. Select the area we want to apply the pattern. Press Shift+F5 to load the Fill dialogue box. Choose the pattern that is just created. And OK.
The selection is filled with the pattern. Take a closer look.
Blend the pattern smoothly into the header. Add a Layer Mask to the pattern layer. Pick a soft brush and paint with a large soft brush. Pick #ffffff for brush color. Reduce the brush Opacity to about 60% and paint. If you find it too strong then adjust the layer opacity individually.
Step 5 : Adding the Logotype
The background is pretty much completed. Now add the logo type. Before adding the type add a highlight that stays behind the logo. Pick a soft brush with #19535a. Add a spot.
Add the Type. The font face I used is "Bebas". Download it for free.
Apply subtle effects to the logo.
Step 6 : Navigation
Add the navigation links.
Create the navigation button. Use Rectangular Marquee Tool. Fill any color. Then Lower the Fill Opacity to zero.