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In this section you will find all of our popular articles covering all categories of design.

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15 Free Bootstrap Admin Themes

In the past the admin section of a web application tended to be built solely for functionality, with not much, if any at all, consideration for the design side. Thankfully things are changing. Functionality and design, especially over the last couple of years, have been merging. And with the huge rise in popularity of the Bootstrap framework, creating a beautiful…

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20 More Sets of Free Icon Fonts

Last year we published our very popular post 30 Free Icon Font Sets, and today we are back with another 20 fantastic free sets for you. Icon fonts do have their pitfalls and there are certain things you should consider before using them. To ensure that your icons always load and have reliable fallbacks for browsers that don’t support @fontface,…

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Google Web Fundamentals: An Essential Handbook For Designers and Developers

A week or so back and seemingly unnoticed, Google released a new online handbook for web designers and developers. Still in Beta and expected to be polished further in June, Google Web Fundamentals is an essential collection of information about modern web design and development. As of now, the Handbook consists of four separate topics: Multi-Device Layouts Images, Audio and…

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50 Freebies for Designers from April 2014

The tremendous thing about the design community is that we all love to share. We really do. Whether we share our thoughts and ideas via an in-depth article, or by giving advice/feedback on a forum, or even by freely offering high-quality resources. The sharing is what makes our community truly great! Here are this months freebies for designers: Free Fonts…

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How to Make Any Website Responsive

According to Verisign’s Domain Name Industry Brief for 2013, it is estimated that 85% of all .com and .net TLDs (top-level domains) have websites: that’s over 100 million websites [being that .com and .net domains collectively number over 120 million]. Now, that is a lot of websites! So how exactly are we going to make them all responsive? If you…

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Less CSS Preprocessor Toolbox

It is common knowledge that CSS has a very powerful syntax. However, if you are working on a smaller project or something that does not utilize every other feature of CSS, this very powerful syntax can become an extra baggage to deal with. To cope with such scenarios, we can make use of CSS preprocessors such as Less. Built by…

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25 New Frontend jQuery Plugins

In this post, we have put together some of the most popular frontend jQuery plugins that have been released recently. And, are also very easy to implement and configured within minutes. The jQuery plugins on this page are diverse: there are plugins that let you work with menus and scroll effects, and even some that will help you lazy load…

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15 Responsive and Lightweight Front-End Frameworks Worth Considering

There must be hundreds upon hundreds of responsive web frameworks available. Some, like the popular Bootstrap, Gumby and Foundation frameworks, that offer everything and more for building a front-end system of any type and size. While there are other frameworks, like Skrollr and Cool Kitten, that specialize in one particular function (in this case parallax scrolling). And on top of…