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.
In this article, you’ll learn (or remember) what is the one thing you need to start solving any problem.
A crisp set of 15×15 icons designed by the Modulz team.
Futura® Now, the definitive version of the family that defined modern typography, contains 102 styles. Its contemporary alignment of names and weights offers an improved user experience. And it’s also available as a Variable font—delivering limitless styles in a tidy digital footprint.
In this article Tim Yeo discusses how introverted designers and design leaders can operate successfully in a world where the extrovert ideal is desired.
Web design is such a fun field to be in and there is always something to learn. That’s why the author of this article is going to look at 31 ways you can continue to improve your learn web design skills overtime and how you can do so in a way that is both fun and productive.
Readymag explored the lives and work habits of five designers from different backgrounds to find out what helps them stay productive and creative.
When you present your logo work to clients, your goal is convincing them in your creative vision and stylistic choices. There’s a problem, though – clients aren’t designers. Things that you take for granted might not be that obvious to a client. Creative decisions that would be immediately appreciated by fellow-designers or art-directors often don’t stand out to business owners.
An interesting article on UX research for brand colour by Clo S
You may have never considered how to make money as a web designer outside of building websites for clients. Today we’re going to challenge that and help you get those creative juices flowing by looking at 22 ways web designers can make more money from their skills and interest.
Have you ever needed to create a type scale following an 8 point baseline grid, or really any grid, and had to spend extra time figuring out what should be the right line-height for every text size in the scale?No worries! The good line-height calculates the exact number so it always fits the baseline grid!
In this article you will find the in depth and the best way to website migration.
Common color mistakes and how to avoid them
To identify a font from images has never been easy, but this guide will help you to get it done.
A handy and helpful 7 step guide for website audit.
Marketing can feel like a daunting task. There are so many options out there, and so many different approaches. Do you need to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on ads to get results? Do you need an Instagram account with 10,000 followers before you get anywhere? What if you just don’t feel like you have any time for marketing?
Stand out in a crowded inbox and get your audience to read your emails is by incorporating infographics in email newsletters.
Beautiful pure CSS background patterns that you can actually use in your projects!
Created by @d__raptis
Some interesting articles, you may like.
Design Roundup September 2020
Design Roundup August 2020
Design roundup July 2020
Design Roundup June 2020
Best UI Interaction’s of the month – May 2020
8 Certifications for Web Designers to Level Up their Resumes and Stay Competent
Mega list of Remote Job Websites & Freelance Websites
6 Excellent Ideas to Make Passive Income for Designers
Startup Enigma – Adobe XD theme for Startup and Digital Agency.