Archives For Design


For Thursday’s freebie you will find a Resume that is a multipurpose, elegant and well crafted one page PSD theme for any creative professionals.

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This Tuesday Freebie is Green Village which is a email HTML-template with clean and minimal design suitable for many purposes. Easily suits mobile devices, browsers and desktop email clients. The downloadable .ZIP includes layered PSD and HTML source.

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Once again this post extends from my earlier post of the 60 or more New Handpicked Goodies For Web Designers & Developers For April 2014, as I didn’t want to bury you with a huge list of great resources, so basically down below you will find some greatness such as JavaScript tools, jQuery plugins, Apps for your Desktop, Web, Mobile devices and I’ve included a few design soft extensions css tool kits, new grid system, a API glossary to some great Plugins & Themes for WordPress and lastly some fonts, icons & wireframe that deserve your attention also.

JavaScript & jQuery Plugins



HideSeek is simple but yet customisable jQuery plugin for live search, the plugin is compatible from IE7+, Chrome, Firefox, Safari and with  jQuery 1.8.1, 1.9.1, 1.11.0, 2.1.0. The HideSeek plugin supports highlighting, custom message, navigation, initialization via data attribute and custom events.

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Today’s Thursday freebie is Minima which is a minimalistic HTML5 website template that been crafted with care and attention to detail, it’s a perfect template for Portfolio or Personal website, to show your work & services, Minima HTML5 template is hand-coded, well-structured and commented HTML5 CSS3 coded

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This freebie is a branding and identity pack that contains a wide selection of top quality mockups, all of which are editable. Smart Objects are used in Photoshop to add your logo or any other artwork to the mockups. Included are: letterheads, business cards, compliments slips, pens and pencils, CD/DVD, iPad and iPhone, magazine cover and a Moleskine style notebook with imprinted effect on the leather.

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As web designers, web developers and graphic designers we are constantly looking at for those new resources, tools and application that can help us increase our productivity while working on client or own personal work.

Down below is a quick look at some the recently created resources that really deserve your attention — everything from some great JavaScript tools, jQuery plugins, Apps for your Desktop, Web & Mobile devices to some awesome items in HTML5, CSS, Web Tools, mobile development and including some frameworks. For those WordPress lovers like myself I’ve also added some themes and plugins and last but not lease i’ve added some design files such free and paid for fonts.

JavaScript & jQuery Plugins



Permit.js is a jQuery plugin that makes building interactive, multi-state prototypes for websites and apps easy. As Permit.js makes simulating those different situations a breeze. As it’s been designed to be use by anyone that does interactive prototype work in HTML and CSS, including information architects and other user interface and user experience (UI/UX).

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Fortune is a hand written web font with a childish, sloppy charm. This font was made with a thick tip felt marker to give it a chunky shape. It includes all uppercase, lowercase and numerical glyphs as well as most common symbols and accented letters. Add a hand made look to your next design with this cursive font and a @font-face kit is included for use on the web.

Download from MediaLoot


This Tuesday freebie is Piccolo a free responsive HTML theme using Bootstrap. It features a simple and clean design, with a light subtle grunge background. The theme includes 19 different page layouts with sliders, sortable galleries, lightbox popups, alerts, icons and much more.

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The aim for Responsive Web Design approach is to craft a website into being able to provide an flawless viewing experience for any end user by providing the content to be a easy reading, an easy use navigation and with a small amount of re-sizing, panning, and scrolling across a wide range of devices.

Being able to start crafting your own responsive website does not have to become an backbreaking venture if only one set themselves up with the right set of tools by using an flexible Grid framework but also be able to utilise responsive images into the design.

So in today’s post you will see a small list of 12 great responsive frameworks that which will enable you to get started within creating your own responsive website.

1. Neat


Neat is a semantic grid framework built on top of Sass and Bourbon. The primary objective of this framework is help you to  promote ca lean semantic HTML markup by using Sass mixins to avoid excess presentation classes and extra wrapping of div elements. This framework is simple enough to get you up and running in minutes, and powerful enough to handle any responsive layout that you can dream of.

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Juicicons is a set of 225 vector icons created and released by Jared William Kennedy. These icons are free for both personal and commercial use and available in fully scaleable vector formats (AI, SVG and SKETCH).

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