Since Google announced their new Design Language, the Material Design it’s been getting more popular amongst designers and developer alike, As Material Design can change the affect of both website & mobile applications as it can transform them into beautiful & visually stunning look.

The Material Design gives number of features and a style guide to the designer which associate them to create some really exciting and beautiful designs.

So for this weeks roundup you will see that we’ve have pick some of the best and useful Google Material Design Frameworks for designers and developers.

1. Materialize


Materialize is a modern responsive front-end framework which is based on Material Design. It can be use in your web projects, as provides an option of both CSS as well as source SCSS files, along some JavaScript, material design icons and including the Roboto font and also Included are some components which are just the basic ones such as grids, forms, buttons, navbar and cards plus this framework is available on GitHub as well.

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You can use UI Style Guides, we can separate the visual language of a website from the structure. Something which is often difficult for clients to do when they are presented with a complete mock-up. It becomes possible to make quick and easy changes to the layout without needing to worry about the styling. And likewise if the client wants to make changes to the visual language, it can be done without worrying about updating multiple elements across multiple pages.

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It’s the first Wednesday of the new month and you know what time it is, It’s time for us once again to see what were some of the best free and paid for plugins and themes that you could find though the whole month of March.

Below for today’s WordPress Wednesday round up you will see what were some of the best plugins and themes that people have used to either build up or refresh an already existing WordPress site(s)

In this month’s plugins roundup you will find 10 free and premium plugins that does things like giving you a full responsive and touch enabled slider, a plugin for those needing to integrated the Australian Post service in their WooCommerce install to plugins that helps you to add your own custom CSS into your site, a add on plugin for Visual Composer to a plugin that shows the top posts in your site plus many great other plugins that been developed in April 2015.

and over the theme side of this best of roundup for April are the themes, the themes roundup you will find are 10 of the best themes that really suits any occasion such as themes for photographers that wanting to showcase their artwork, a tumblog styled WordPress themes, a couple of one page themes, a powerful business theme that provides any companies or freelancers to create an awesome online presence to a WooCommerce compatible theme plus other great themes right below.

Plugins – Free & Premium

1. JustRows – Free


JustRows takes the featured images of posts from a given post type, and shows them as a responsive image grid. The generated galleries may be customized using one of many user-created configurations.

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Mockup your t-shirt designs in style with this free unisex, color tee mockup. Simply place your artwork into the included Smart Object and save to update the template, you can also change the color of the clothing via a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer.

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It’s once time again for all of us to take a look back through 30 days that we have spent in April to see what were some of the best websites that been produced through-out the fourth month of this year (2015).

It’s really doesn’t matter what you are, a pro designer, an pro agency that produces websites or even a developer in the industry it is always a great idea to see what others who are in the same industry has been doing through the month. As you will see the following sites are just small bunch of awesome sites that been created.

I’m really hoping that these sites can inspire you to create something that could be featured in the next month roundup of great websites…

1. Asterisk


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This unique Photographer PSD Theme is designed especially for photographers looking to make an impression on their audience. With clean typography and a smart design concept, the theme is not limited to photographers – any freelancer with a portfolio or business to display can use it to create an attractive, professional look. Give it your own personal touch by editing the customisable layers.

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Magazine themes remaining a popular choice for bloggers who are wishing to provide their content around a certain subject(s) that is more suited in a news style layout instead of the classical way we see personal blog layouts.

Typical of these themes are usually having a featured images on the homepage above each content, displaying the excerpts of these post will try invite the people to click through and read the full story,  they often also display different categories of post on the homepage and prominently feature social media accounts (sometimes social media feeds) and also  adding other content widgets to encourage people to stay on the site.

So for this weeks WordPress Wednesday round we will be only focusing on 10 of the best free responsive magazine style  themes that are continues to rise up and competing with those themes that we spend money on.

1. Responsive Deluxe


The Responsive Deluxe theme features a very modern design and flat colours designed for clarity, this theme offers your website visitors visual comfort. As Responsive Deluxe was designed, developed and enhanced to look and function regardless of whether your visitors arrive by smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer.

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