This is our popular weekly design news post where we share our favorite design related articles, resources and freebies from the past week.
New Resources & Tools
CSS Triggers – An interactive resource that lets you see how CSS properties utilize browser resources.
QuickBill – Free and Simple invoicing for freelancers and businesses.
Create Stunning Websites with Uncode WordPress Theme – Are you a busy creative professional? Chances are that you need Uncode WordPress Theme – it offers a quick and easy solution. [AD]
Best-Resume-Ever – Build fast and easy multiple beautiful resumes and create your best CV ever.
10 Free Open Source Responsive Pricing Table Designs – A collection of fully responsive pricing tables for use in your projects.
10 Useful Web Typography Frameworks and Libraries – Oustanding frameworks and libraries you can use to achieve a number of exciting typography effects.
HTML App Mockup – A developer-friendly mobile design kit with quick export to Swift, Android XML or CSS.
LazyStrap – A free responsive and minimal Bootstrap template.
GitHub Desktop 1.0 – Get a unified cross-platform experience that’s completely open source and ready to customize.
Sublime Text 3.0 – The latest version of the popular text editor includes lots of new features and faster performance.
Learning Guides, Tutorials & Tips
The Ultimate Guide to Flexbox — Learning Through Examples By Ohans Emmanuel
The All-New Guide to CSS Support in Email By Stig Morten Myre
12 cool things you can do with GitHub By David Gilbertson
Nachos By Trello
iOS 11 Sucks By Jesus Diaz
Designer’s Self-Checklist: what kind of designer are you or want to become? By Geunbae “GB” Lee
Making Your Website Accessible for the Visually Impaired By Stephen Moyers
Meet Greg Schoppe: The Developer Who’s Taking on Gutenberg – One developer’s take on the controversial new editor for WordPress.
Gutenberg Team Member Andrew Roberts Dishes on the New WordPress Editor – A behind-the-scenes look at the work the Gutenberg team is doing to ensure the new editor lives up to its potential.
Strapping React.js on a WordPress Backend: WP REST API Example – Using the REST API to create a “headless” CMS.