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With the Apple Watch release approaching, it’s vital to have all your design assets ready. This impressively detailed GUI for Sketch will put you one step ahead of the competition.
A very particular set of mockup designs for one the most memorable phones of the past few decades, editable right in Photoshop.
A really big pack with 100 vectorial posters, badges and icons featuring, yeah, you got it… the hipster. Grab Illustrator and modify that pretentious little fella into something that’s actually cool.
A neat template for creative people and agencies that want to showcase their talent. It comes with Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop files so you can edit it the way you feel most comfortable.
Accessibility is what gives users with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy your content. Read this text to know how to create experiences that any human being can take advantage of.
This article is part of a monthly series were 10 beautiful websites are analyzed in order to dissect their typeface work.
This CSS framework is by no means competition for Bootstrap, but it does offer a much simpler platform on which you can start your projects.
A considerable list with over a dozen PHP frameworks that will allow you to choose the perfect tool depending on your project’s needs.
A tiny library to validate types, regexps, presence, time and more.
Gumby: Responsive CSS Framework
This CSS framework was built with Sass and offers a very flexible approach while still managing to be simple and straightforward in its usage.
A minimal jQuery plugin that will allow you to set up timers on your projects. You can loop these timers or modify them in a few other ways.
Lotus: A Complete Web Framework for Ruby
Lotus is a modular Ruby framework with a focus on simplicity. It is made out of standalone frameworks that are integrated independently depending on your needs.
A typical hamburger menu with support for fullscreen navigation and a subtle animation.
A set of icons set for multimedia and entertainment activities such as music, movies, electronic devices and more. They come in a colorful flat style and can be edited with Sketch.
Over 100 icons for various situations offered entirely for free in EPS, SVG and AI formats.
This gigantic icon set contains elements for pretty much all of the projects you could need. Download the freebie to get a nice taste of their quality.
A collection of icons with elements relating to web design including networks, errors, file formats and many, many more.
This project shows you some neat two-font combinations taken from Google fonts so you can make better choices in your next website design.
A quick, clean resume generator for those who go for simplicity or simply let all their paperwork back at home.
A quick and powerful CSV parser that has no trouble dealing with huge files and malformed input.
An amazing font that, as the creator says, features a lot (if not too much) detail. Perfect for big sized texts such as titles and headlines.
A decorative all-caps typeface with eight different styles from outline to fully colored. It’s better suited for posters, logos and big sized designs.
Katahdin Round Font
Katahdin is a commercial font that has been noticed quite a bit over the last few months, which inspired its author to make a new version and offer it for free, featuring a subtle change: rounded corners.