I’ll just say Comic Sans. If you have positive memories related to this font, please send me an email. You can imagine that I don’t expect a lot of mail on that.
Monthly Archive: October 2017
You love Sketch, just got the hang of Adobe XD, or pay for Framer already? InVision Studio could still win you over.
Microsoft is busily exporting documents that deal with web standards. Target of the export is the MDN, the Mozilla Developer Network. What gives?
Life can be this easy. Drag your TTF or OTF over to Fontplop, and get a web font bundle consisting of WOFF2, WOFF, TFF, SVG, and EOT in return.
It’s not modern if it doesn’t move. Of course, this also applies to your website’s background. Bubbly Backgrounds are at your service.
WPThemeDoc by Rich Tabor is an HTML template that helps you write documentation for your WordPress theme, or any other project, really quickly, and in a contemporary fashion.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 is here, and there are a couple of solid arguments for a spontaneous purchase. We’ll tell you about them.
Animated font effects are real eye-catchers. Used correctly, they can enhance your design. Moving Letters provides you with 16 fantastic visuals.
Print on demand with drop shipping is a way to monetize your brand. Now, Printify, one of the largest competitors, announced the integration of their service with self-hosted WordPress ...
If there’s a lot of month to go through at the end of your money, this is either due to your income, or due to your expenses, or a deadly combination of the two. In all of these ...
If a premium WordPress theme suits all of your customers, yet no design looks like the other, you might be using Pearl. Let’s take a more in-depth look at it.
It’s time for a thorough autumn cleaning. We show you ten free WordPress themes that have just been released, and we guide you through the steps to create a proper child theme ...
There are two defining trends of web hosting 2017. One is the transition from physical to virtual hosting, the so-called cloud. The other is the rise of dedicated WordPress providers.
I started out as a designer. At one point in time, I was forced to start developing. Now, it’s time for a reset.
If a logo is truly clever is not decided by its pleasant design. It’s much more important that potential customers remember the logo.
Developers are technocratic enough to have Node generate a resume for them. And, strangely, this is pretty cool.