We know the importance for designers to stay updated with relevant news and trends. It not only keeps designers well informed but also helps them to find inspiration, improve workflow, and deliver better results to their clients.
In this monthly series, we aim to round up some of the best things in the design world that we found over the course of the previous month. We aim to make this your best go-to destination for all the great stories, news, tools, resources, and everything that can make you more creative and productive.
Here’s what you may find interesting for designers this month.
Helena Zhang examine a few enduring examples of icons that have not only solved the design problem at hand but further left an imprint on the way we approach design as a discipline.
To the point guide to give you a step-by-step plan for creating beautiful, professional-quality font pairings.
In this article, Matthias Ott discusses his take on structuring CSS for web projects.
Jon Yablonski discusses his thoughts on UX Psychology of a landing page and the process of searching before moving on to search results.
How an emerging CSS standard can fix old problems and raise the bar for web apps
Use cross-platform browser features to build sign-in forms that are secure, accessible and easy to use.
In this article, let’s review basic types of web pages you can find on diverse websites around the Web. Packed with web design examples and tips.
Today helps you to actually start doing that hobby, side-project or even your homework by guiding you to do a lot, by doing a little every day.
This article talks about floral illustrations and their use in web design.
20+ easy to follow illustrated examples
Learning how to create a portfolio that speaks to your ideal client and makes them want to work with you is easier than you might think.
There are some very important human skills great designers have that software never will, no matter how advanced developers get. Here is a list of thosee.
Developer friendly color palette extension for Dribbble
What if icons of popular brands and companies are redesigned using Neumorphism? Let’s take a look at these 3D neumorphic designs and you’ll be the judge.
Brick is a super lightweight platform for creating small sites. Imagine if Google Docs was built for making sites.
Alternate income methods that act as a buffer from your dry months of freelancing
To create effective user experiences we need to start with understanding the problem, before committing to a solution.
Carly Ayres ask people who design and build Google products what they consider to be good design.
Pixel perfect mockups for your next app
In this article, Vladimir Gruev explains how to craft a cohesive visual identity for digital products. Plus, how to successfully present your concept to clients, and integrate the visual identity into product marketing and interfaces.
Most of the information we consume happens through reading, so it makes a lot of sense to pay attention to the words when designing. There are many aspects to typography, but one of the things that helped improve the quality of my design was letter-spacing.
If you want to know why you should avoid free themes, then check out this article.
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Some interesting articles, you may like.
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