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100 Colored Food & Drink Icons (EPS, SVG, PDF & PNG)
This is a beautifully designed collection of 100 colored food and drink icons, all courtesy of Icons8.com. These icons are perfect for any food-related project you’re working on. Download.
Landing: UI kit for Sketch and Photoshop
Landing is an UI kit for Sketch and Photoshop including tons of handcrafted components that may help you to increase your web creating speed. Download.
Hello: UI kit sample for Sketch
Hello is a new colourful and modern mobile UI kit for Sketch that you can use to quickly prototype your app or just for inspiration. The free sample includes 20 unique screens and 100+ vectored custom UI elements that can easily be combined. Designed and released by Yuriy Kondratkov. Download.
Vevo Concept: Mobile UI kit for Sketch
Vevo Concept is a modern mobile UI kit built with Sketch including 29 hi-fi screens, 19 lo-fi wireframes and some extra Principle animation templates. It’s precious if you need inspiration for your next music player app! Designed and released by Dima Miroshnichenko. Download.
Typewalk Mono 1915: A Vintage Typewriter Grotesque Font
Typewalk Mono 1915 is a vintage typewriter grotesque font family by Sven Fuchs inspired by European sign painter and lettering tradition of the early 20th century. It works great for cultural, editorial and branding purposes. It is versatile in small printing sizes and works great on the web. Download.
Fira Code: monospaced font with programming ligatures
Fira Code is an extension of the Fira Mono font containing a set of ligatures for common programming multi-character combinations. This is just a font rendering feature: underlying code remains ASCII-compatible. This helps to read and understand code faster. For some frequent sequences like .. or //, ligatures allow us to correct spacing. Download.
The Futureproof Responsive Web Design Bundle
Combining UXPin’s 3 greatest resources on responsive design into a single download, the Futureproof Responsive Web Design Bundle features over 180 pages of responsive design advice, available for free. Download.
Why Aren’t You Asking Questions?
It’s the kickoff meeting. You are the lead designer on the project, and this is the first meeting with everyone in the room. Your client is reciting her wish list, and you’re taking diligent notes—probably with cute, relatable doodles. An hour passes, and you’ve barely said a sentence.
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The New Rules of Form Design
Every day, we use forms for essential online activity. We fill them out to complete purchases; to sign up for email lists, social networks, and more; to participate in discussions; and to describe that oh-so-delicious looking photo of our lunch.
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Things I’ve Learned About Responsive Email Design
Email opens on mobile are at 50% and rising. The exact metric depends on what report you check, and what audience you cater for, but I think we can all agree this is important.
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6 Top Infographic Design Trends for 2016 So Far
We’re into the final third of 2016 and infographics are more complex, more aesthetically pleasing, and more innovative than ever.
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How Spotify’s website UX has changed (2006 to 2016)
Web design has changed a lot in the last decade. In this post, Sean Hervo analyses Spotify’s website through the years and discussing key changes as he views them.
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