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50 Free Christmas Templates & Resources for Designers
This collection includes flat-styled seasonal illustration templates and icon sets, line-styled Photoshop Brushes, retro-styled characters, invitation templates, and finally, free fonts and Photoshop Actions that just scream ‘Merry Christmas!’ Check them out.
39 Coloured Christmas icons
This is an incredible free set of 39 coloured Christmas icons in SVG format brought to you by Iconscout that you can use to create stunning greeting cards, social posts or celebrating posters. Download.
50+ Stylish Festive Christmas Greetings Card Templates
Get in the festive spirit with this selection of the best greeting card templates around. From vintage and rustic to modern and minimal, there’s plenty to choose from, so you’ll be sure to find a card to suit you. Download.
Hand Drawn Christmas Characters
This pack includes an amazing variety of free hand drawn Christmas characters that you can use in your design projects. Download.
32 Free Christmas Icons
These free Christmas icons comes with 3 styles: outlined, filled and colored. They’re designed by Darius Dan (Swifticons). Download.
50 Awesome Festive Photoshop Christmas Add-Ons
Photoshop actions are a quick and simple way to create complicated effects in just a few moments. These actions range from the creation of complex graphic elements to classic adornments to subtle photo colorization. Check them out.
Portfolio, Photography, Freelancer & Agency WordPress theme
This is an impressive WordPress theme developed (with care) for creatives, for every portfolio, photography, freelancer or agency website. Theme brings fresh, modern yet elegant design, easy-to-use back-end and comes with fully responsive layout. Download.
4 Fresh Alternatives to the Hamburger Menu
For several years now, the hamburger menu icon has run the show. It is difficult to call it a “craze” these days; it is shamelessly overused, and feels like a must-have for responsive interfaces. Without a doubt it has benefits: it is handy, compact, and intuitive… but still, it is boring.
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Scrolling in Web Design: How Much Is Too Much?
Scrolling may seem like a very basic feature of a website, and essentially, it is. However, despite its basic functionality, the scrolling on your website can either work to users’ benefit or drive them bonkers, pushing them to your competitors’ sites.
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Leveraging User Data for Improved UX
It’s vital to leverage your data analytics to create a better UX for your website, and it’s possible to do that in several different ways.
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