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This month's new tools and resources collection is a mixed bag of elements for designers and developers. From fun little divots to tools that can speed up development, you are sure to find something usable here. Here's what new for designers this month: June's Top Picks Codewell Codewell is a service to help you learn, […] The post 22 Exciting New Tools For Designers, June 2021 first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
Contributed by Nicolas Grekas in #30212. A common need in some Symfony applications is to use immutable services while still using traits for composing their optional features. Although the Symfon...
Can anyone relate to this scenario? You’re working on a design and you need a high resolution texture to add some dirty effects to your artwork. You scour the web but you just can’t find what you need! Avoid wasting time by arming yourself with this colossal collection of texture and pattern resources that you […] The post A Colossal Collection of Textures & Patterns to Cover Any Project appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Presenting 2D designs in 3D, helps give context & dimensionality to your work, especially useful for presenting to clients and in your portfolio. Here are some examples and also a great deal! Read More
This week's Designer News (N.434) includes Free Wireframing Sheets, A Quick Rundown of the New Gmail, Why Users Make More Errors with Instant Inline Validation, How to Make Front-End Developers Happy, Scrolling Interactions and Techniques, a Free Jekyll Template, Good Designer/Bad Designer and more. The post Weekly News for Designers No 434 appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Why is it that every year around this time our hygge senses start to tingle and a new set of cozy themes start to dominate the photos we take? What causes the rekindled mass love affair with XXL cocoa mugs, plaid blankets piled up on pallet beds and people staring sentimentally out of windows? It’s sweater weather that does this. It’s the romantic early phase of fall, the time of year that for a brief moment gives us the best of both worlds - when it's chilly enough to be bracing but mild enough to get properly cozy and snug. … Continue reading →Visit us at InstantShift.com
Access All Areas members have a new set of vector resources to download this week, courtesy of Eddy Biel from Layerform Design Co. This collection of 20 graphics have been digitally converted from authentic coffee stains with a variety of drips and splatters. Use them to produce vintage and grungy effects, or combine the circular […] The post 20 Handmade Vector Stains for Access All Areas Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
For various reasons, many people are still using Vue 2 and have some doubts about migrating to Vue 3. Others are only thinking of trying Vue for the first time, and they don't know which version to start with. In this article, we'll try to explain how to start using VueJS 3 and the Composition API. Another question that often raises concerns is whether you should use TypeScript at the same time. Or will it make it harder to master Vue 3?
Everyone working as a designer or author or in any other creative job knows it: the fear of the blank page or the blank screen – the creative block. There are moments where simply nothing comes to mind when trying to come up with a convincing logo or a captivating text. If creativity is your job, you can’t afford to have a lot of these moments. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to help ignite your creativity. Move to Spark Your Creativity: Escape the Everyday Routine It’s a good idea to take a step back from the daily routine when trying to come up with an idea. The least ideas are created sitting at your desk. A stroll, sports or simply walking your dog can get your creative juices to flow. Even though the beginning of an idea isn’t more than a blank page sometimes, creativity never comes out of the blue. Most of the time, associations and thoughts are what make us create something new. This works better when leaving behind all the things you are used to and know well for a short period. A stroll is not always enough, however. That’s why there is a multitude of […]* You might also be interested in the following articlesIncrease Your Productivity: How to Write FasterLinks of the Week 05/2015: Japanese in Chocolate, 5 Tips for Best…Instant Inspiration: Niice.co, a Brand-new Search Engine for DesignersBreak Free From SEO: Integrating the News_Keywords Meta Tag into…Tips for Designing Small Websites Faster and Cheaper without…Information Overload: A Great Infographic Is Worth a Thousand Words
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