Category Archives: Graphic Design
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Welcome to February’s round up of freebies that you won’t help but taking home! Discover stationery mockup templates, amazing vector landscape illustrations, a restaurant menu print template, a minimal UI kit, a Dribbble & Behance inspired mobile app PSD concept, a set of syntax themes for Atom, Dropbox’s SCSS framework, plus a collection of 100 web development tools.
A round of free resources for designers and developers. Inside you’ll find cool stationery and photorealistic branding mockups, UX wireframing kits, vintage poster designs, professional resume and business card templates, amazing articles to keep in mind while designing, an on-browser SQL online tool, an SPA engine, an automating tool for your desktop device, a collection of CSS-hover-effect snippets, grid systems, CMS web engines, amazing icons, an online SVG editing tool, unique fonts, web PSD templates, and stacks more things to revolutionize your designing and developing. Go ahead and take it all, it’s free!!
Five expert designers give us their professional advice, based on their experience over their years of designing, from professional tips, to inspiration and an insider hack.
In this amazing round-up of resources fresh as anything, you’ll find cool mockups, a cartoon character generator, development tools for responsive websites creation, project management, text handling, ad-block detecting, image jigsawing, as well as, literally, a whole lot of icons, print templates, image vintage effects, a pack of 110 engraving brushes, quite unique fonts, and neat PSD web templates. Enjoy!
Discover how and where to sell your designs online, from creating your own store for free to having an easy to use platform to sell your crafty goods.
This post was contibuted by Emelina Spinelli who also authored 10 Tips I Learned Art Directing My First Photo Shoot. Most creatives jump into their industry with glowing eyes. They see themselves as art directors or creative directors, and think it’s [..]