Jan 02 2014

Webydo vs. WordPress vs. Wix: Who Wins The Web Design Race? (Infographic)

The web design industry is changing. Web design was once dominated by hand-written code, using tools that were pimped text-editors at best. Then tools evolved to help web designers spare some of the repetitive tasks of hand-coding and support them more by offering auto-completion or syntax-highlighting. It’s only since a few years that we see tools which are able to achieve much more than that. A new generation of website builders has arrived to help people not only stint on coding but dismiss it completely. But, not all website creators are equal. Webydo, who wants to be the center of your web design business, has teamed up with visual.ly to show the state of the industry as of today in a comprehensive infographic. Lets’s take a deeper look into it. It’s worth it…

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Dec 31 2013

LayoutIt! Free And Powerful Boilerplate For Your Next Bootstrap 3 Project

LayoutIt! is a clever web tool, created by Entropeer, a small design agency based in Buenos Aires. At first sight you might go mistaking LayoutIt! for a website builder, which actually it is not, although it looks and functions much in the same way. What LayoutIt! creates is „only“ a kickstarter, an initial foundation to build up upon. Get your next Bootstrap 3 project up and running in a shortened period of time, and thank Entropeer’s tool, which just recently got overhauled to support version 3 of Twitter’s popular front-end framework.

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Dec 30 2013

Codeblock.js: Edit and Run JavaScript Directly from Within Your Browser

Talking about introducing JavaScript frameworks, libraries or just step by step tutorials, it is always useful, if you are able to support all your words by a handful of fitting live examples. So, instead of just posting dead code snippets, would it not be far better, if you could embed JavaScript in a way that it can be edited and run by your readers, without forcing them to download examples and what not first? That’s what Codeblock.js offers…

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Dec 27 2013

E-commerce Freebie on Noupe: 50+ Credit Card Flat Icons by Freepik

The year 2013 comes to its end. Christmas has already been and gone. Maybe you’ve spared yourself a few days to recover, but soon enough you’ll be thinking towards 2014 again. We have quite a few maintainers of online shops in our readership, who might right now be polishing their sites to deal with next year’s customers. It was with you in mind, that we sat down with our friends from Freepik to put together a set of flat icons with a focus on international payment systems. The 50+ icons we serve you today can be used freely for private and commercial purposes alike. The only twist is, that you can only grab them from here…

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Dec 24 2013

Brushlovers – Free Photoshop Brushes, Styles and Patterns En Masse

Brushlovers is one of these sites to waste one’s day away, without ever feeling bored. If you are an avid user of Adobe Photoshop, Brushlovers should sit at the top of your bookmarks list. What Brushlovers enables you to do is far more astounding than what the average filter overkill does for you. Every other site these days jumps the brushes bandwagon, yet only very few are really notable. Brushlovers is one of these few. We have curated some of the best free Photoshop brushes and some of their other resources in the following article. Enjoy…

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Dec 23 2013

Mouth-watering: 50 Stunning Commercial-free Photos for Food Industry Designs

Professional photos of food and food-related scenes can be hard to come by when you have to stick to a thrifty budget. Yet, sometimes you have a startup business client who needs to keep costs low, which means that cheap – or even free – photos are necessary. Or maybe you need stock photos to make your theme demo look too incredible to pass up. Food photos are also an excellent idea for unique textures for your design project.

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Dec 20 2013

Exclusive Freebie on Noupe: Human Pictos with 500 Icons of Everyday People

It’s that time of the year again. Everybody roams the cities on the hunt for the perfect Christmas present. Our present for you involves no running. Again, we’ve teamed up with Freepik, our friends from sunny Spain, to bring you another freebie. This time we’re giving away a set of 500 icons symbolizing human behavior in loads of everyday situations. Instead of bringing you sparkling Christmas icons that you cannot use anymore in two weeks from now, we decided to go for something more timeless ;-) All of the icons are free to use for any type of project, but you can only get them here…

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Dec 19 2013

HTML5: FileSystem API – Create Files and Store Them Locally Using JavaScript and Webkit

The FileSystem-API allows the creation of files and folders as well as their local storage using JavaScript. Files can be simple text files, but even more complex files such as images are possible. Modern Webkit browsers with HTML5 support are already able to handle the FileSystem-API. We show you how you can benefit from the new possibilities.

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Dec 18 2013

Homepage Builder on Steroids: Is Wix.com Going to Disrupt the Web Design Industry?

Wix.com has grown to more than 40 million users lately and has put loads of effort into changing from the ground up in the last few years. A few weeks ago, Wix.com went public. It was the biggest IPO ever in Israel’s history. Will Wix change the web design industry in a way similar to what Apple did to the computer industry? A disruptive service bringing a whole new definition as to how websites will be designed in the future? At least this doesn’t seem too far-fetched…

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Dec 17 2013

Let It Snow: Festive Resources to Santa up Your Website

In these special times we tend to not only decorate houses, streets, the whole country, basically. We don’t even leave our websites untouched. Christmassy looks are mandatory these days. If you are on the lookout for a bunch of effects to implement on your blog, portfolio, whatever, look no further. We have compiled a small collection of just what you need to bring that Santa sparkle to the eyes of your visitors.

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