Another month, another round-up of free tools and resources for designers, either new or updated during June 2014.
In a world where you can reach your customers in so many different ways, how can you ensure consistently high levels of user experience across all of those channels?
A couple of years ago it was quite commonplace to see hand-drawn sketches and drawings in website design, they fitted in nicely with the grungy trend that lasted a little while.
Nowadays it is much rarer to come across such designs, and that is why it is a refreshing change to see them. For the purposes of this round-up, we have included websites that incorporate sketches and drawings that look hand-drawn – of course, they may be computer generated, but they at least mimic a more free-hand effort.
To be honest some properties out there are a little ridiculous, CSS filters are one of them. They have an amazing capacity to transform images and webpages as a whole. That’s intense when you come to think about it, as some web browsers still can’t get border radius or @font-face right.
Here we are again, with another selection of new freebies for designers, either new or updated during May 2014.
Today we are publishing a new vector pack as a freebie, this time including 150 Photography icons that you can use on your projects.
With the advent of flat design, designers are having to look for ways to make their designs appealing without losing functionality. An emerging trend is transparent call-to-action buttons, also called ghost buttons or hollow/empty buttons. Somehow these types of buttons are very noticeable even if they blend with the background.