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.
9 Free PSD Hi-Res iPhone mockups
This is an awesome set of 3D iPhone mockups released by CreativeDash for showcasing mobile websites or apps. The package contains 9 different mockups from multiple views and perspectives.
29 Free Stunning Web Icons Sets To Enhance Your Web Design
A website design isn’t complete without a set of icons. Every website we see today features at least a few icons. These icons offer a great way to add more style to the design and quickly attract visitor attention.
Free Fully Responsive WordPress Blog Theme
Elanzalite is a beautifully designed free WordPress blog theme for bloggers. It is fully responsive and multipurpose theme which can be used for any type of blogging site. The theme is minimal and loads super fast.
The Real Effects Of Bad Web Design
Web designers often talk about the importance of a good, user-friendly web presence, yet businesses still struggle to justify the expense of a web redesign and optimisation. In today’s world, which is synonymous with technology, a robust web design is far more than a status symbol.
How to Use Minimal Design to Create Practical Design Systems
Design systems can help teams start great products. But designers sometimes forget that the system itself is a product worthy of attention. Like any project that involves UX, design systems must solve people’s pain points, like being able to find the right pattern under deadline pressure.
Web Design Trend: New Stock Imagery
You’ve probably noticed that over the last few years, there’s been a serious reduction in the volume of terrible stock photography. The truth is, the stock photography hasn’t actually gone anywhere – what’s changed is how brands and websites are using it.
Building Your First App – A Beginner’s Guide
Mobile apps have become so prevalent that in response to a stated need, someone is likely to offer up, “There’s an app for that!”. However, it is not enough for your business to have an app.
How to Balance Information Density in Web Design
Information density is the amount of information in the form of content that a site visitor is greeted with as soon as he lands on a website or webpage. The greater the information density, the greater the amount of content a visitor will see on the site or page.
Are We Witnessing a Return to ‘90s Web Design?
Many aspects of pop culture are cyclical. Just as an example: There was a time in the 1980s when skinny ties were very popular. By the 90s, you’d be mocked for wearing one. These days? Well, they’re back in style. As the saying goes – everything old is new again.
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