Designers need libraries for fonts, .psd images, progress bars, background textures, photographs and other resources, including UI kits that help them save time, and being free, these UI kits also are money saving.
With CSS animation becoming so powerful you can create great looking and simple pre-loaders for your website.
Infographics have become more and more popular over the last few years – we have finally all realised that the human brain responds easier, quicker and better to descriptive images than to pages of text. This has encouraged the emergence of infographic style web sites where they would have previously been text-heavy.
Ghost buttons, or empty buttons, are a trend that have really come into being through necessity – the use of large background images requires information elements that don’t obscure large areas of the image, and ghost buttons with their no fill, and usually thin border and small text fit the bill perfectly.
I can show you how you can implement Dribbble’s library in 4 steps. Anything more is just additional set up of the actual portfolio website and that’s all up to you.
There are a lot of opinions out there as to why designers should or shouldn’t learn how to code. I beg to extend that question and argue that everyone should know at least the basics of programing.