50 Free CSS-Only Icons for Website Graphics

by Jake Rocheleau

May 22, 2014 in Graphic Design

Modern CSS trends have blown up so quickly that it can be difficult to keep up with all the new stuff. Online projects which most surprise me involve pure CSS designs for layouts, animations, and icons. There is still plenty of use for icon sprite sheets in the right context. But why not try out modern trends for the users who have upgraded from legacy browsers?

This gallery includes fifty examples of my favorite CSS-based icon designs. Some are animated while others are static interface pieces. These range from general purpose icon sets to character designs created purely within HTML/CSS code. The latter doesn’t have much practical use but it’s definitely a way of showing off your skillset.

Iconex Flat Icons

css iconex flat icons design open source

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Win Three Developer Subscriptions From Elegant Themes And Get Divi 2.0

by iulian

May 21, 2014 in Giveaways

High standard solutions have always been a common thing at ElegantThemes.com. With more than 200 thousand satisfied customers so far and a long history in this field it is the best source for top quality themes. These products have delighted the WordPress community and other media users as well. If you are looking for a […]

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Top 15 PSD To HTML Conversion Services

by iulian

May 20, 2014 in Resources

If they could choose, web designers would rather focus on the aesthetics. As well as looking gorgeous, the end result should be compatible across browsers, fast loading and user friendly. It is for this reason that it is a good idea to convert photo shop mockups of designs via a trusted PSD to HTML service, […]

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Are You Really Ready for Freelance Web Design after Graduation? Check Here First

by Laura Spencer

May 16, 2014 in Business/Freelance

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You’re about to graduate. Or maybe next year will be your last year of school.

After graduation, you have your career all planned out. There’ll be no traditional 9-to-5 grind for you. Your future is in freelancing… or so you think.

I have one question for you. If you plan to become a freelance web designer after graduation, are you really ready?

You may think you are ready to begin freelancing right out of school, but chances are that you’re not.

Fortunately, there are some steps to take to prepare yourself for freelance web design even before you graduate. In fact, the earlier you start preparing yourself for freelancing, the better.

So, if you’ve still got another year of school, be glad. That gives you some extra time to get yourself ready for freelancing.

However, if you’re graduating this year, don’t panic. There are still some steps you can take to get ready for freelancing.

In this post, I list over ten ways that students can prepare themselves for a future in freelance web design before they finish school.

If you like this post, you may also like Freelancers, Use this 22-Point Checklist to Find Out How Professional You Are.

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