- 40 UI Design Tools and Resources – Noupe Design Blog
The tools listed below can help you do all of those things. Feel free to share any more resources you’ve found useful in the comment section below.
- 5 New Social Networking Trends for Freelancers to Explore | FreelanceFolder
Here are five promising new social media tools for freelancers to explore
- Best and Worst Design: 50 University Websites From 50 States | Design Shack
If you hail from the U.S., which state are you from and how would you rate the level of design from the schools there? Today we’re going to jump into this topic by examining 50 website home pages, one from a university in each of the fifty states. We’ve divided the schools up into the best and worst and didn’t pull any punches when it comes to calling out bad design practices. Let’s see how your state fared!
- The 2010 Logo Of The Year
After a week of voting on the Top Logo Designs of 2010 the voting has now closed and we are pleased to announce the 2010 Logo Of The Year
- Symbolicons :: Clean & Stylish Vector Icons
Designed by Jory Raphael at Sensible World, Symbolicons are a family of royalty-free vector icons and symbols for (most) any use. Follow Symbolicons & Sensible World on Twitter to keep up-to-date on new icon releases and track our shots on Dribbble to see some work in progress.
- Harmonia Pastelis – 115 icone gratuite
Pacchetto di icone Harmonia Pastelis di Teekatas
- Ajaxian » iPhone Native Looking Skin
The default look of a web page is pretty bad. Simple white background with ugly black lettering. Nothing nice. With the iPhone though, it doesn’t look half as bad, and now, thanks to Joe Hewitt (again) there is an even better base. You can simply use his native looking navigation skin to make your applications look and feel like a native iPhone application.
- Web Design & CSS Inspiration for the iPhone — CSS iPhone
- 35 Creative 404 Error Pages | Inspiration
This week I was doing some research and I often found that horrible error blank page in several websites. I instantly recalled a showcase we had a while back with 40 Creative 404 Error Pages to Inspire You and decided to do a new roundup on 404 error pages. I simply love when someone spends time designing an error page, even knowing that this page won’t be seen that much – or at least it shouldn’t be seen.
- mobily.pl – playground – MobilyMap Demo
- 10 Useful jQuery Plugins for Images | Freebies
We all know and love jQuery for its flexibility and many uses. But some of the most impressive jQuery applications are those that involve images. It really can allow you to do some useful stuff and even add a “wow” factor to your project. So here we’ve rounded up 10 jQuery plugins to help you display images in your next project.
- The Photoshop Etiquette Manifesto for Web Designers
- 30 Outstanding Ecommerce Websites | Vandelay Design Blog
Ecommerce websites have a reputation for being poorly designed or uninteresting, but of course that is not the case with all ecommerce designs. In this post we’ll showcase 30 sites that show ecommerce can be done in an attractive manner. This post presents a variety of different design styles, as well as sites that are selling a variety of different types of products. Each manages to have an attractive design while still keeping the focus on the products, not allowing the design to overpower what is most important.
- Showcase of Beautiful Designers Websites
This collection of websites showcases the best in bright/collage, illustrative, graphic, and flash based designs and demonstrates how we can incorporate typographic elements, stunning color palettes and strong graphical images to create a dynamic experiences for the viewer.
- What to Ask a Client Before You Start Their Project | Webdesigner Depot
Below are eleven questions you should ask your prospective clients before you get started on their project. They’re aimed at uncovering the root of what the project will entail without requiring you client to spend an entire workday answering questions.
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