Adobe Lightroom for Beginners

Daniel  •  Resources, Tools  •  September 4, 2015
Adobe Lightroom for Beginners

When we start working as photographers all we want to do is become better and better in order to enter that amazing status of being a “star photographer” or in a few words, make your photography brand known worldwide. But what do we need in order to achieve that? Equipment is obviously a must, and with equipment we also mean software. Adobe Lightroom was born almost a...

What’s New in Bootstrap 4?

Sam Norton  •  Coding  •  September 3, 2015
What’s New in Bootstrap 4?

Everyone loves Bootstrap! Being the most popular CSS framework in the world, web designers and developers got thrilled when its creators, Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton, took it to the next level with Bootstrap 4. On Aug. 19, Bootstrap 4 alpha was released with the removal of support for IE8. Of course, there are still going to be a couple of alphas before they move to the beta...

I am Creator: Frontview

Adrian  •  Resources  •  September 1, 2015
I am Creator: Frontview

Scene Generator allows you to create your own unique scenes just by dragging and dropping items into a special scene. Just select a background, drop items that you like and finalize a scene by selecting premade adjustment...

Exeo – User Interface Kit

Adrian  •  Resources  •  September 1, 2015
Exeo – User Interface Kit

Exeo is a vibrant, modern, fully customizable user interface kit. Carefully crafted with great attention to details, it offers a wide choice of elements, spread across multiple categories, Get your job done with style and reach your professional...

Best Practices for Line Icons in Website Design

Nataly Birch  •  Icons Examples, Inspiration  •  August 28, 2015
Best Practices for Line Icons in Website Design

With highly popular flat and solid icons, line style glyphs rule the roost this year. They have found their place not only in traditional control centers, navigation bars, social media widgets or pagination but also in an inner structure such as service sections or feature lists. From tiny intuitive vigilantly crafted variants to enormous and bold responsive versions, from...

What is Invisible Design?

Carrie Cousins  •  Design  •  August 26, 2015
What is Invisible Design?

Design is not always an in-your-face art. It is subtle, usable and often undefinable. Quite simply, good design is often invisible. And just to be clear – invisible design is not about adding layers or transparencies or hidden meanings to projects. It is about creating great user-oriented projects that work functionally and visually. It’s something I heard over and over...

How to Create CSS3 Animated Checkboxes

Sam Norton  •  CSS3, Tutorials  •  August 24, 2015
How to Create CSS3 Animated Checkboxes

HTML forms have a lot of elements which function differently. Some of them provide options while others need input from the user. HTML checkboxes are a good example of this. Checkboxes give the user an option to select one or more items from a set of alternatives simply by ticking or marking the box with a check. Typically, an ordinary textbox has only one traditional and...

The Second and Final Sneak Peek of Slides Framework

Adrian  •  Resources  •  August 21, 2015
The Second and Final Sneak Peek of Slides Framework

It’s time for our second sneak peak of Slides and have even more details about this stunning project. Slides Framework consists of 60 beautifully designed slides in Sketch, Photoshop and HTML/CSS/JS. Yes, we know it’s a huge number of slides. Choose the slides that look good for your projects and use them in a various combinations to create a presentation. Every slide is...

Free Fonts for Titles and Headlines

Adrian  •  Fonts, Resources  •  August 20, 2015
Free Fonts for Titles and Headlines

If you write for a site or a magazine, it is the content and the title that meets the visitor’s eye before they read in detail. The headline gives the reader a prior idea of what the site is all about. A bold headline or a title with a captivating font is the first step to win the whole battle. They grow the reader’s interest to stay on the page, instead of giving it a...

5 Most Common Interaction Design Mistakes on the Web

Anna Lisnyak  •  Design, Website Design  •  August 19, 2015
5 Most Common Interaction Design Mistakes on the Web

Designing an interaction has never been easy. It involves deep analysis of user behavior and meticulous planning. With new technologies and interaction design patterns emerging, things are not getting easier. Users are harder to impress with glossy images, smooth hover effects and unexpected animations, but the dilemma remains the same — how can you create a delightful user...