As promised here are this week's killer free fonts. Every web designer needs fonts to keep their work feeling and looking FRESH. Don't get lazy and fall into a FONT RUT...
It's true - we're giving away THREE full Learn To Design Bundles from StackSocial. These are jam packed with info that every designer will want to see because there's more than enough info here to help you no matter how long you've been in the web design field. Click to enter free, right now!
When creating responsive web site designs, you need to consider the devices on which the user will be viewing the design. Each device has it's own optimal screen width, for example iPads, iPhone and web browsers all have their own widths. Check out this tutorial on the best way to figure out the optimal breakpoints for each device >>
How is HTML5 shaping our work as web developers? This post features a wonderful post from our friends at SixRevisions full of useful data and tips to help you navigate the world of decisions you're facing pertaining to HTML5...
UI element libraries can be really helpful - especially when the deadline is TIGHT. The good folks over at Web Design Ledger have gathered a great collection of 12 free PSD UI libraries - take a look and see what you think - they're free, did we mention that? >>
Our friend Roy over at Theme Junkie just released a TOTALLY FREE new WordPress template called "Table". Below you can find URLs to demo it and download it... all free!
A great collection of free fonts -- TATTOO fonts that is... over at ghank.com. If you don't know the the fontographer Billy Argel, you should... he does some really awesome stuff. Check it! >>
Photography can make or break a website. Don't fall into the traps a lot of newbie designers fall into by using bad photography on your site. No matter how good your design is, bad photos kill any chance of creating a professional impression. See what to do and NOT to do >>
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You don't always want to shout for attention and scream at the user with your colors. The more muted palettes shown below send a message of class and understated elegance - subliminally even - to the user. What are the considerations of using a muted palette?