Line icons are some sort of a trend at the moment and it seems that everyone is using them in web design as well as in app design because of their sleek style.
Given the fact that I consider my subscribers a group of designers who want to be up-to-date with the latest trends, I thought that an article like this one with a lot of useful line icons would be the thing that was missing from this site.
If you happen to be working on a website or an app for a client or you just want to gather resources for future projects, this article will be quite a treat. It contains several icon packs created by designers who wanted to share their resources with the rest of the design community.
If you are a designer who is aware of the fact that icons are a vital part of any interface design, then you should download these icon sets.
Sketch App has really gained a lot of popularity since its first release and this is because the people at Bohemian Coding listened to their customers’ needs and improved the app significantly with each new version.
Even if the app is gaining a significant amount of popularity, there are still people who don’t know what it is or why it should be used, or for what, for that matter.
Sketch is an app that was created as an alternative to Photoshop and a good alternative, if I may say that. Unlike Photoshop, Sketch is being used primarily for designing apps and websites, but it also offers image editing options, although the image editing option is fairly limited.
The most important thing that this wonderful app does and does really well is that it creates everything in vector format and that’s a relief for a lot of designers. You can create icons, websites, interfaces or anything else you can think of and edit them in vector format.
If you’re leading a relatively small web design or development team, then the most common ways to organize and share information are meetings, e-mails, and spreadsheets. These methods are faulty, for a number of reasons. For instance, e-mails don’t always manage to deliver the intended message on time, meetings are notoriously unpredictable and time-consuming, not to mention that spreadsheets tend to pile up as you take on more and more projects.
Web based solutions for project management upend this norm. Some of these give creative start-ups the perfect environment to control their projects. Check below for 15 suggestions of top-class collaboration apps.
If you are a DYW subscriber, you are probably used to articles like this one, posted once every three months and which showcase the best free fonts that have been launched in this time frame.
While this site has become lately one just for web or UI designers, these fonts don’t have to be used just by the two categories of designers that I just mentioned. These fonts can also be used by graphic designers who need new and interesting fonts for their print projects and not only.
We can all agree that using the same fonts over and over again is not a good idea and we recommend using a variation of them in your projects. There are two reasons why we are recommending this:
I invite you to check out this interesting collection of free fonts for designers that have been released or promote in the last three months. Check them out, read their licenses and use them appropriately.
Come one, come all, Black Friday is here and this time web developers and designers are getting their share of the fun.
Read on to see the eleven exclusive deals we’ve got for you this Black Friday and get these products while they are available. Hurry, cause Black Friday isn’t every week.
You’ll see here top products that will make deadlines seem like nothing. You’ll manage to finish the projects for your clients a lot faster.
After revolutionizing the theme market, Themeco’s new X 3.0 release brings forth over a dozen new exciting, elegant and functional plugins that are ready to take things to a new level. These new plugins combine functionality with exquisite designs and the result is simply stunning. Building sites with X is magical.