Resources

Curated Branding & Custom Redesign stories shared online

With the popularity of blogging platforms like Medium.com it’s now easier than ever to share stories of a company’s rebranding procedure. Not every company takes the time to do so, but readers are often more than interested to learn about the process. A new website ReDsgn.co is a hand-curated list of redesign stories. The site […]

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Web Development

The 10 Best Tools For Web Development this Autumn

Finding the right tool isn’t always the easiest of tasks. When it comes to tools and resources devoted to web development and graphic or web design, there’s an abundance available. However, not all of them are worth your time, while others could improve the quality of your work tremendously. We’ve taken it upon us to […]

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Webapp

Screen Sizes webapp offers a Table of all Device Dimensions

Responsive web design has become one of the most useful tools in any designer’s toolbelt. Every modern website should rely on some responsive techniques and use them appropriately to serve all visitors. The problem arises when trying to keep up with all the latest gadgets and touchscreen devices. Every year it seems like more and […]

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Photoshop

Blur Like Jony creates iOS-style Filters in Photoshop

This cleverly-named Photoshop addon is made to replicate the crystal glass blur effect found in Apple’s mobile OS & product base. Blur Like Jony is a filter plugin for Photoshop CC that creates Apple-style blurring effects. It comes with three different view modes to blend naturally with Photoshop’s GUI. Plus you can manipulate settings to […]

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Web Development

JavaScripting is the online Reference of JavaScript Libraries

It seems like every month there’s a new dozens JavaScript libraries to keep up with. Open source has revolutionized the way we release code and publish online. How can anyone keep up with all these incredible libraries, plugins, and code repositories? A new reference site JavaScripting has the answer. It’s meant to be the complete […]

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Resources

Captain Icon is a Freehand Open Source Iconset with 350+ Icons

While there are dozens of free icon sets online, my favorite by far is Captain Icon created by Mario del Valle. He built a series of 350+ icons by hand with a natural hand-drawn feeling. These icons really stand out against the many typical line icons & iconfonts that you typically find elsewhere online. The […]

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Web Development

Generate Static Websites in Go with Hugo

The Hugo engine is a static website generator built on the Go programming language. It’s completely free and open source made for all types of websites and web environments. The Hugo homepage explains more about features and why developers may rely on such an engine. Here’s a brief explanation from the Hugo website: “Hugo is […]

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