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iPhone 7 & 7 Plus Mockup collection
A lot of free iPhone 7 mockups have been coming out since it was announced, and here’s an early collection that may come in handy if you can’t wait to showcase your app in the new device! Download.
Migur: An Elegant serif font
Migur is a free elegant serif font characterised by curved lines and circle edges, ideal for logotype design. Designed and released by Wassim Awadallah. Download.
Banaue: Handwritten brush font
Banaue is a free handwritten brush font brushed by Ieva Mezule and released by Wild Ones Design that includes 104 characters and a bunch of basic glyphs. Download.
Hammock Handmade Font
Hammock is a free, handmade font which comes in handy for everyone who looks for a fresh and nice look. The font embodies the passion for travelling, surfing, nature and everything else made with love. Download.
60+ Travel Icons by Icons8
Who doesn’t love to travel? Whether it’s the charms of a Paris café, or the heights of Machu Picchu, we all love getting away from the daily norm. So we’re delighted to be able to bring you this awesome set of 60+ travel icons designed by Icons8. Download.
Mobile UI Wireflow kit for Sketch
A free Mobile UI wireflow kit for Sketch to help with the planning of applications and speed up your UX workflow. It includes 57 mobile screens and a bunch of gesture icons and symbols for quick style changes. Designed and released by Ray Macari. Download.
4 Clear Benefits of an A/B tested website
A/B testing (also known as split testing) is generally used to test different elements of a website where improvement of a measurable goal can be seen. Unfortunately, A/B testing is too often overlooked by designers as a way to improve the overall design and development of a website.
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When to Use “Your” or “My” on Menu Items
The difference between “your” and “my” is user perspective. There are contexts where you would want the user to view an item from a 1st person perspective. And there are other contexts where you want them to view it from a 2nd person perspective.
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6 Things All Web Designers Should Know About
Looking for a spot of web design inspiration? We round up six of the best and most interesting web design-related goodies from the last month. Scroll the images below to find out what our latest picks are.
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The Inaccessible Web: How We Got Into This Mess
Theoretically, anyone can access the web. In reality, disabled people are excluded. Compared to other public spaces, the internet provides us with choices for how we consume and interact.
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Why Designers and Web Developers Must Work Together
It seems like a common sense idea: Designers and developers must work together. But too often, these individuals work apart while working on the very same project.
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Traversing the UX Prototyping Landscape
Modern design has continued to evolve beyond pixel-perfect mockups. The designer is no longer constrained to delivering wireframes and icons, but can make use of a myriad of tools that increase their versatility and make design communication more powerful. Some tools range from research, to hand-offs, to code, but there’s no doubt that today’s big ticket item is the UI prototype.
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