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.


50 Unique Landscape Photos

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Stock images can be an expensive acquisition, so it’s always appreciated when a professional stock photographer makes their work available for free. This awesome collection of unique, professional-grade photographs, has kindly been made available by DreamyPixel. Download.


48 Great Handwriting Fonts

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If you need a handwriting font for your project, look no further. When we talk about handwriting fonts, we’re not just referring to one style of typography; they can come in a number of various executions. Download.


24 Headline Fonts to Transform Your Web Designs

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Transform your web designs with the quality headline fonts guaranteed to grab attention the moment users see them. Download.


Musical Instrument Icon Set (PNG & SVG)

musical instruments

Bring the music to your design projects with this free, amazing icon set from Iconshock! The set includes 30 carefully crafted icons designed in a cool flat-style and features many of the most popular musical instruments, including the guitar, drums, piano, trumpet, saxophone, and many more. Download.


UI Kits To Use For Creating Projects Faster

UI kit resource

Designers love UI kits, due the fact that they allow them to express their creativity, and simplify even the most complex projects they are working on. Download.



Guacamole 3-in-1 UI Kit

guacamole UI kit

Whether you feel like designing an eye-catching look book in Photoshop, a spicy app in Sketch, or a sweet sweet interaction in Xd, Guacamole goes well with anything. Download.



5 Simple UX Exercises That Will Change How Decision Makers Think

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We’ve compiled a list of UX exercises that go from start to finish in the UX design cycle–stuff you can try on your own time without a master’s degree in interaction design or expert intervention.

Keep reading 5 Simple UX Exercises That Will Change How Decision Makers Think


Google’s AMP project expands beyond news

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Six months after launching AMP for news stories in its mobile search results, Google today announced the next step for the project: moving AMP beyond news and bringing it to other mobile sites, too.

Keep reading Google’s AMP project expands beyond news


Apple’s new emojis are a diverse delight

Apple Emoji

More than a hundred new and updated emojis make up the set, with Apple putting a big emphasis on diversity. Complete with emojis that expand their gender options, this looks to be the most inclusive update yet.

Keep reading Apple’s new emojis are a diverse delight


Making a case for letter case

letter case

Can you spot the differences with the messages above? The left side has a few more capital letters than the right side. Big O, little o. Who cares, right? Well, if you write for an app or website, you should care. A little thing like capitalization can actually be a big deal.

Keep reading Making a case for letter case


Everything You Know About App Design is Wrong

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If you work in Silicon Valley, you’ve heard this prevailing wisdom ad nauseum: The best mobile apps do just one thing well. But that little piece of wisdom is the motivational poster equivalent of app design. It sounds good. It’s easy to repeat. But it’s not entirely true.

Keep reading Everything You Know About App Design is Wrong



11 Sites to Help You Find Material Design Inspiration

material design

Here’s a list of sites that will give you a near-endless supply of material design examples that you can draw inspiration from.

Keep reading 11 Sites to Help You Find Material Design Inspiration


The typography of ‘Stranger Things’

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The Stranger Things title sequence is pure, unadulterated typographic porn. With television shows opting for more elaborate title sequences (think GOT and True Detective), the opening of Stranger Things is refreshingly simple. It trims the fat and shows only what is necessary to set the mood. More importantly, it proves a lesson I’ve learned time and time again as a designer: You can do a lot with type.

Keep reading The typography of ‘Stranger Things’

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