• 23 Credit Card PSD and Payment Button Freebies

    Looking for useful and free resources for an eCommerce web design project such as credit card PSDs? If yes, then these 23 PSD freebies for payment systems will surely help you save a lot of time! In this list there are 23 icon sets and PSD objects for payment systems, which can be used on […]

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  • Dealing with Difficult Workshop Attendees

    1 comment No workshop will be free of disagreement, especially when there’s a group of designers or developers in the room. We are highly technical people, after all, and the internet is full of possibilities. It’s OK to disagree, especially when it means we reach cool new conclusions. The problem comes when arguments or difficult […]

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  • 6 tips for coming up with blog ideas

    Tip 3: Get inspiration from your own work Situations from your own work could also be great inspiration for blogposts. If your clients or colleagues are faced with a certain problem, it could well be that other people encounter the same problem. You should always make sure that you respect the privacy of your client, […]

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  • How to Add Beautiful Mobile App Badges in WordPress

    Do you want to create a mobile apps review blog using WordPress? Mobile app review sites not only help users find apps, but you can also make money out of them by signing up as an affiliate to paid apps. In this article, we will show you how to add beautiful mobile app badges in […]

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  • The Advantages of Becoming a Web Hosting Reseller

    The web hosting services sector is probably the single “dot com” bubble aspect that never went burst. It has not experienced any significant downturn; in fact it continues thriving even when all other areas are going through challenging economic times globally. For the business savvy person, this provides a sizable business opportunity. Ideally, such a […]

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  • Web designers, digital signage needs you!

    Digital signage is the term for the displays you see in coffee shops, gyms, hospitals, schools, banks, and pretty much any other business or organization with a physical presence. Digital signage has a wide variety of uses such as providing information, generating sales, recognizing donors, etc. It used to be limited to large businesses because […]

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  • 2016 New Year Resolution List for Designers & Creatives

    There’s only one day until the New Year’s eve and we’re eager to jump right in and embrace the new adventures that 2016 has prepared for us. Thus, starting a new year’s resolutions list would be a wonderful way to welcome the upcoming year with open arms. We’ve seen many resolutions list out there, but […]

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  • Neil Learned Swift With Treehouse and Released His First App

    Faye Bridgewrites on December 30, 2015 Electrical engineering student Neil Sardesai was drawn to the mobile industry and the valuable role smartphones play in everyday life. He decided to start building his own apps. In his free time Neil began learning iOS development with Objective-C, but with the growing popularity of Swift, decided he wanted […]

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  • 10 Amazing free icons webfonts

    10 Amazing free icons webfonts Published on December 30th, 2015by Jean. Icons are widely used by designers and coders when making a website. for years, we have been using images. But as modern browsers made webfont embedding easy and widespread, icons webfont started to rise. Here’s CatsWhoCode selection of the ten most awesome -and free- […]

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  • Eight Tips to Start Your Own Web Design Agency

    You’ve always wanted to be your own boss? When working as a web designer or developer, having an own agency or working as a freelancer can be very tempting. But it’s not an easy challenge, as you need to have a lot of abilities to be successful in the tough market. The accounting needs to […]

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  • Top Resources for Abstract Background Design

    7 0 1 1 0 Hundreds of design resources can be found online to improve any web or mobile UI project. You can find everything from vector graphics to tileable textures and even quality resources for abstract background design. Custom abstract backgrounds give a more creative feeling to a website while still placing content front-and-center. […]

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  • Revisiting Firefox’s DevTools

    Revisiting Firefox’s DevTools By Patrick Brosset December 30th, 2015 ToolsWorkflowBrowsers 7 Comments If you do any kind of development for the web, then you know how important tools are, and you like finding tools that make your life easier. Developing and testing new browser features, however, takes time. Between the time a useful tool first […]

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  • 9 Tips for Better Typographic Hierarchy

    1. Start with Comfortable Body Copy While you may want to start with a cool headline treatment, the place to start is actually in the middle. Establish a comfortable typeface, size and spacing for the main body copy first. This should make sense because this is the bulk of the text in the design. Whether […]

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  • My Plans For 2016 (What Are Yours?)

    This time of year, people usually do a sort of retrospective on their blog, their podcast, or whatever form of media they use most. And they are a lot of fun to read. I’ve never really done that, though. Instead, I’ve often talked about what I hope to accomplish over the next year or so. But […]

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  • 10 Podcasts All Web Developers Should Subscribe To

    If you commute long distances for study or work, there are plenty of ways to put that travel time to good use. For instance, you could listen to audiobooks or subscribe to podcasts to listen to on the bus or train. While there are plenty of great podcasts out there for you to check out, […]

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  • Weekly News for Designers (N.315)

    This is our popular weekly design news post where we share our favorite design related articles, resources and freebies from the past week. You can sign-up to our awesome weekly newsletter for some more amazing design articles, resources and freebies. 2015 Year in Review A Web Design History Lesson: 20 Years in Web Design by […]

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  • Ship Fast and Iterate

    One of the phrases many involved in software will likely hear (especially early in their career) is “Ship fast and iterate.” And there’s definitely something to that when it’s been implemented correctly. But when I’ve watched others trying to adopt this idea when building something for WordPress, it seems like something gets lost in translation. […]

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  • Developers: 20 Ways to Challenge Yourself Come 2016

    If you want to improve professionally in your career, it’s always a good idea to plan ahead. The beginning of the New Year is an excellent time for setting new goals you want to accomplish in the near future. According to Forbes, there are only 8% of people who actually achieve their New Year resolutions. […]

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  • Value-based billing: Escaping the trap of trading hours for dollars

    In the Billing Like a Boss series, you’ve learned about how to work through the uncomfortable money talk with clients and the basics of an invoice for web designers. We’ve also shared some easy ways to get your invoices paid lightning fast. In this post, we’ll share with you the problems with hourly-based billing and […]

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  • 22 Extremely Funny Ads with Beautiful Graphics

    These extremely funny ads surely have the WOW factor! We saw that you liked our previous lists which gathered both smart advertising designs and creative advertising projects, so we decided it’s time to show you some funny ads as well! These awesome funny ads are not only eye-catching and creative, but also will teach you […]

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