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.
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 ...
Developers are technocratic enough to have Node generate a resume for them. And, strangely, this is pretty cool.
The online banner generator Banimatic generates banners of any size fully automatically. The results can be edited, and even animated, if you want to.
Newsletters and other ways of compiling design resources are a dime a dozen. Roundups.co helps you keep an overview.
Good Web Design is a service dedicated to collecting the best landing pages. Not limited to that, the developers also focus on details, such as the best navigation bars, or the best CTA.
Design is not only about taste. Good design can be constructed, not just invented. The new service Hixle helps you do that.
The new project Vivaldi by the founder of Opera is gaining momentum. The feature set is slowly expanding towards creative workers.
Freelancers that make their money off customer projects have little time for new technologies. With Hologram, you can get a sneak peek at WebVR, without losing entire monthly incomes in ...
In democratic countries, our expectations when it comes to Belarus aren’t all that high. Still, you should know about the Travel Icon Set from Studio Agente.
Search engine optimization is a tricky thing. There’s a lot to keep in mind, and a bunch of screws to turn for adjustments. That’s the reason why there are so many services ...
Video on websites has become a common element that is often used purely for design purposes. It’s a factor that you should definitely optimize for performance reasons.
The thought experiment that CSS Tricks’ Chris Coyier came up with is an interesting one. How do you create a timeless web design for a site that is meant to last forever?
Do you miss the nineties and the early days of visual interfaces for the mass market? If you do, I have a functional version of Windows 95 that doesn’t need to be installed for you.
It’s a clear statement: UX design is boring. Thus, it kills any brand, always leaving the same stale aftertaste.
The rise of the smartphones was the rise of the emojis as well. You’ll rarely find a short message without the tiny symbols.