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Free Ebook: Mobile App Marketing Cheat Sheet

With literally millions of apps now available on the App Store and Google Play, people are finding it increasingly difficult to cut through the noise and get their app noticed and downloaded. Recent surveys have pointed out that successful app publishers, those that manage to make a business out of their apps, invest time and money in marketing to launch…

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We have 10 yearly subscriptions (worth $39 each) to PixelKit to giveaway – Comment to enter!

Friday again and you know what that means, don’t you? It is competition time! This week we have another fantastic giveaway for you – courtesy of the guys over at PixelKit we have 10 yearly subscriptions (worth $39 each) to giveaway. PixelKit is a premium design resource site that specializes in UI kits and icons sets. To enter this competition…

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8 Free Icon Sets for Web Designers

As you will know by now, here at Speckyboy we really do love free icons. Although, unlike our previous icon posts, today we feature eight free sets that have been realesed by our good friends over at Webdesigner Depot. Perhaps unnoticed by most, they have been periodically releasing high quality icon sets over the past year or so, and thus…

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The Illustration Portfolio of Steve Simpson

Steve Simpson is an English born illustrator that currently lives and works in Dublin. He works mainly in the areas of packaging, advertising and illustrating children’s books.His impressive body of work has a unique nostalgic/retro style mixed in with vintage color schemes throughout and has garnered over 30 prestigious international awards over the years. Sit back and admire this selection…

50 Clean and Modern Ecommerce Sites

Smaller ecommerce sites have the luxury of not having to follow the pre-defined design styles that many larger corporate stores need to use. They really don’t need to have a content-heavy landing page, a mega-menu with hundreds of categories, or even a section for suggested or alternative products. All smaller stores need for their prized products is a great designer…