One of the interesting things that can be done with text in Photoshop (CS+ versions), is creating it inside or along shapes and paths. This means that you can create different shapes and paths, then either fill them with text, or make the text flow along their work paths. This also means that whenever you edit that work path, the text will be updated accordingly as well. So it’s a pretty cool and really easy thing to achieve.
One of the latest and hottest trends in design is the Low-Poly trend. It basically refers to 3D meshes that have a small number of polygons, but with some rendering techniques and lighting effects, those meshes can end up looking like paper-craft or origami pieces.
The Low-Poly look is usually produced using a 3D software. But this tutorial will show you how to achieve a simple 2D version of it, using basic Photoshop and a really simple app, in order to create a nice Low-Poly text effect.