Google Chrome is one of the best consumer browsers on the market, but it also contains a number of powerful developer tools. We can reveal some of these tools with Chrome’s Inspect Element (or “Inspect”) tool. This developer tool provides insight into how websites are constructed and styled, and it can help you debug your own […]
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This month’s collection is packed with tools that span the scope of website design projects. From icon packs to seasonal vectors to a few cool typefaces and some code snippets to make your life easier, we think you’ll find at least one element in this roundup that you use right away. If we’ve missed something […]
Part of the reason many young entrepreneurs are starting their own web design companies in today’s business climate is that there are so many cost-effective and easy-to-use support tools available. If you’re in the midst of launching or growing your own business, it can be helpful to know which tools are best. 5 Tools to […]
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From new tools to code snippets to typefaces that will make your design life better, this month’s design newbies are a lot of fun to play around with. My favorites include a task management app that’s free, a new website builder that is incredibly easy to use, and a tool that can help you clean […]
I remember the first job I had back in the day. I used to be a Social Media Manager at a digital agency. Of course I had some ideas about what I was supposed to do and how things should have worked, but I had no idea where to start from. What tools should I […]
I’ve made no secret of my love for LESS. It was my first CSS pre-processor, and still my favorite, even as pragmatism pushes me towards SASS. The addition of variables, mixins, selector nesting, and advanced calculations to CSS just blew my mind. And while the enhanced versatility and ease of writing CSS was much appreciated, […]
At long last, Adobe has discovered the text editor. Yes, I’m kidding, but let’s not lie to ourselves; the main feature of the DW series has always been the drag ‘n’ drop editor. Sure, you could use it as a code-only editor, but there were always much cheaper alternatives that did it better. They also […]
Big news from the Affinity Designer team! No, it’s not out on Windows yet (they’re still working on that). They’ve introduced two new features that will make working with Affinity Designer a bit easier. The first is one we’re all somewhat familiar with: symbols. In this case, symbols are objects of which there can be […]