Every week we collect some of the best web and digital design resources that will be useful for designers. Check out any of the links below and leave any comments about your favourites in the replies.
YoungSerif: A Medium Serif Typeface
YoungSerif is a free medium serif typeface that you can use to create elegant headlines and titles. It is available for commercial use. Designed and released by Uplaod. Download.
Orkney: A Geometric Open Source Typeface
Orkney is a free geometric sans serif font designed by Samuel Oakes. It includes 4 weights that you can use for a wide variety of projects on print or screen. Download.
iOS 9.3 UI Kit for Illustrator and Sketch
A very complete and accurate UI kit for iOS 9.3 created by Rusty Mitchell. The kit is totally free and includes hundreds of elements (at 2x resolution) for Adobe Illustrator and Sketch. Super useful to design app prototypes. Download.
Lumberjack: Typeface With 4 Styles
Lumberjack is a free wild typeface including four different font styles (regular, rough, inline and shadow) and providing multilanguage support. Designed and released by Aleksei Kalinin. Download.
Barista And Coffee Lovers Icon Set
Check out this set of 50 Icons, available in EPS, PNG, and SVG. Download.
Epic UI: Sample pack
Epic UI is a kit containing over 100 elements divided into 9 categories. Fresh, vibrant, slick, it’s perfect to help you create beautiful apps and websites. Designed by the guys at EpicPxls. Download.
Olesia: Script Font
Olesia is a free handwriting font characterised by curly swashes and loops that give it a natural and romantic feel. Designed and released by Julia Dreams. Download.
Tool: Streamlined Image Resizing for Social Media with Landscape
Landscape is a powerful image resizing tool designed to help social media marketers, content creators and business owners develop a standout presence in an increasingly visual social world. Check it out.
The 11 Minute Guide to Bulletproof UX Strategy
The heart of great UX strategy lies in thorough research. Unfortunately, UX research is usually a mess. If you’re an outsider, you’re still getting to know everyone involved in the project at the same time you’re navigating which research activities to take on.
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The Seven Best Strategies For Using Photos in Web Interfaces
As sight-based creatures, we process visual data much better than any other input method. This should explain the emphasis on photos in web design, and not on blocks of text.
How to Choose an Accessible Typeface
Inclusive design is a hot topic and choosing an accessible font for your website is important for all brands, not just public bodies and charities. But how can you tell which typefaces are accessible and does this mean a compromise in terms of design?
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Why the Wingdings font exists
Wingdings is the font made entirely out of symbols. But why? As a means of writing sentences, Wingdings fails — but that was never its purpose. It was created to be used as a unique tool for the pre-internet era. It was akin to emojis, but with even more utility.