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New Resources & Tools
Cody is a library of free and ready-to-use HTML, CSS and JS snippets that you can quickly use in your own projects.
React Bootstrap →, the most popular front-end framework, rebuilt for React.
Powered by Animate.css, Morphext is a simple jQuery carousel plugin for text phrases.
Skippr is a super simple and lightweight slideshow plugin for jQuery.
50 Free Bootstrap 3 Templates and UI Kits →
We have collected 50 fully-featured, creatively designed, and of course free Bootstrap 3 templates for your next project.
Tutorials & Learning Resources
Arrow Navigation Styles Tutorial →
In this Codrops tutorial you are shown how to create some creative arrow navigation styles and hover effects using SVG icons for the arrows, and CSS transitions and animations for the effects.
Like any other technology, SVG has its limitations, and in this Smashing Magazine article, they discuss how to bypass some of them.
The Anatomy of the Perfect Blog Post →
Kevan Lee has researched all of the necessary info to get you strated on the path to blog writing perfection. He covers headlines, length, visuals and so much more.
11 Steps to a Perfect Logo →
Borja Acosta de Vizcaíno has created a simple animation that tackles the principles of clean, effective and functional logo design.
Free GUI Resources
iOS 7 UI Kit Photoshop Actions →
Bootstrap 3 UI Kit (Sketch & AI) →
This UI Kit contains all Twitter Bootstrap 3 UI controls in vector format and are already sliced, styled, HTML-encoded and ready to use.
Thought-Provoking Conceptual Illustrations →
Davide Bonazzi has created a portfolio of thought-provoking conceptual illustrations, covering US security, football, politics, and more.
36 Days of Type →
36 Days of Type is a project, from Rafa Goicoechea, that invites designers, illustrators and graphic artists to give their opinions on the letters of the alphabet.