Every week we collect some of the best web and digital design resources that will be useful for designers.
This week features several icon collections for Back To School and other occasions, insight into designing for augmented reality interfaces, and some eye-popping animated mobile interfaces for inspiration, among many others.
Check out any of the links below and leave any comments about your favourites in the replies.
48 Fintech Vector Icons
A new icon set in the fintech category brought to you by Agente Studio, a small agency based in New York and Minsk.
Elegant Business Templates
You can present any project in these elegant brochure templates special for business, created by Freepik and Flaticon, which come as free .Ai and .EPS files ready to use.
⇢ Link: Elegant Business Templates
Back to School Flat and Line Icon Set (50 Icons, SVG & PNG)
There is a total of 50 individually designed icons in the set, coming in three different styles (Bold Line, Bold Flat, and Colored Line), and are available in both PNG and SVG formats. And, of course, you are free to use this free icon set in both your personal and commercial projects. Happy New School Year!
The Free UI Interface Icon Set for Web Designers (60 Icons, SVG)
There are 60 icons included in the free UI Interface Icon Set, all designed with user interface designers in mind, and they come in SVG format, and also come in both line and colored versions. You can freely to use these icons in both your personal and commercial projects.
10 Powerful Plugins for Integrating Social Media into WordPress
These days, no website should go without at least some basic social media integration. If you’re a content creator, then enabling readers to share content across various services is a must. But you can also go beyond just the basic share buttons.
30 Free WordPress Themes for Personal Bloggers
WordPress is one of the most popular platforms for personal bloggers both for its ease of use and the thousands of free themes that are available so you can customize your blog to look exactly how you want.
Why UI Changes Annoy People and How to Handle It
Sometimes, revamping a website’s or a mobile app’s interface causes users to freak out. People may get disappointed with a new color scheme, the positioning of elements, or anything similar. Obviously, such a reaction isn’t what you’re expecting from your interface redesign.
3 Secrets of Successful AR Design
The field of designing AR user experiences is still in its infancy, and since there are no established UX best practices for it yet, I’d like to share my own personal approach to UX in AR apps…
10 Things Every Designer Hates to Hear
It’s happened to every designer at some point: A client or co-worker makes an absolutely cringe-worthy comment about your work. Feedback is important. And often the problem with some of these elements no designer ever wants to hear is that they cause a roadblock in the communication process.
UX Design for Big-Data Applications
This article looks at how the clever use of big data can lead to customized products and experiences for consumers, as well as larger profits for companies. How can we achieve all of this effectively and efficiently? Through good UX design.
Have You Revisited Your UX Personas Lately?
Personas are more than caricatures of your ideal user/customer base. They allow designers, content creators, and developers to step into someone else’s shoes and look at a project from a different angle. The user persona is one of the most valuable tools in your UX toolbox.
20 Creative Examples of Textures and Patterns in Web Design
What is the simplest and maybe one of the most effective ways to create a slight 3D illusion on a website? Sure thing it is texture! Textures are universal elements used in web design and they allow designers to experiment with their projects greatly.
UX Case Study: Duolingo
With over 150 million users registered around the world, Duolingo is one of the most popular language-learning apps on the market today. It takes a gamification approach to education, attempting to make study and practice more engaging than a game of Candy Crush.
⇢ Link: UX Case Study: Duolingo
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