Layerform posted in Tutorials 107 days ago
In this Layerform.com tutorial we teach you how to make a clean Vector Ribbon in Adobe Illustrator to use on your own projects.
Dynamic123 posted in Resources 174 days ago
Here is a round up of a few of my favorite free creepy fonts to make your Halloween party just a bit creepier. These free Halloween fonts are the best spooky and scary fonts available free to download
Dynamic123 posted in Inspiration 155 days ago
Today we are presenting some hand picked and excellent examples of HTML5 based website portfolio designs for your inspiration.
blogsizzle posted in Resources 8 days ago
Download 30 great and absolutely Free Tooltip PSD. You can feel free to use them for your personal and commercial projects.
This week's freebie is a set of Hipster Labels Set: Free Vector Pack. This cool free vector pack is full of flat vintage hipster labels and elements all ready for you to play around with on your future design projects. Including 9 Labels and 9 hipster elements. This free Hipster Labels Set: Free Vector Pack is in vector format making them easy to use on your next project!
In this collection we've gathered 55 Bootstrap Themes & Templates You'll Love, ranging from $0 to $55 Bootstrap Themes & Templates. These Bootstrap Themes will allow you to complete your responsive website designs quicker.
tk421jag posted in Design 147 days ago
Here at NJI, we love our Apple products as much as we love Breaking Bad. We appreciate the engineers at Apple who design the incredible machines we use, but we like to add our own personal touch. Not many people are aware that the Mac interface is customizable in many ways. One method, which we will talk about today, is how to customize your app icons. This post will tell you how to create new icons in the correct format and how to position them in place of the old ones. You can also download our custom adobe Breaking Bad icons.
colinMD posted in Web 14 days ago
It’s fair to say that blogs like this one have experienced a dip in comments of late. Social media shares remain high, emails still bulge in our inboxes, subscribers continue to sign up for newsletters, but the comment section of individual articles is conspicuously bare.As a general trend, Twitter mentions tend to outweigh comments by 100 to 1, which leads one to ask: “Do we really need comments at all?”