We start the first freebie of 2014 with a subtle 45 pixel perfect social media icons set that you can edit each icon to your own colours and re-size them to your liking.
Archives For social media
Today’s freebie includes 20 beautifully designed social media badges. Each badge is crafted by Photoshop shapes, so you can edit or resize it anyway you like.These badges was designed by Denis Shepovalov who can be found on Behance
Today’s freebie are a bunch of slick circle social media icons. Included in the free PSD download is the icon hover states as well. These might just be what you’re looking to use on your next website project.
Created at 326DPI they’re ready for your retina web and mobile projects. In the collection you’ll find 30 different social icons in PNG file type including; 500px, AIM, Android, Badoo, Dailybooth, Dribbble, Email, Facebook, foursquare, github, Google+, Hipstamatic, ICQ, Instagram, last.fm, Path, Pinterest, Quora, rdio, reddit, RSS, Skype, Spotify, The Fancy, tumblr, Twitter, Vimeo, Xbox, YouTube and Zerply.
Within the downloadable .zip file there are two sizes of the icons, both 64px and 32px.
Download from Obox Design
Since i’ve posted 40+ New Resources, Tools, Apps & Handpicked Goodies For Awesome Web Developers & Designers a few weeks ago, I’ve been some more looking around the web for some more goodies for web developers and today’s post is where you can find all the great goodies that I’ve found and that deserve your attention.
Everything from new jQuery plugins that can organised web pages content, CSS media queries, feeding your social media with a great jQuery plugin. applications that can convert any articles into mp3s, task management apps, making bullet proof HTML emails, web design tools including some one new cloud based CMS and everyone favourite WordPress themes which you can found down below.
BigScreen makes it easy to use full screen on your site or in your app. It smooths out browser inconsistencies and bugs, especially if the element you’re working with is inside of an
<iframe>. It will also intelligently fall back to the older video full screen API if the element contains a
<video> and the older API is available.
Being a designer or a developer isn’t your average job as it is constantly evolving, giving you new tools to either become more productive or to simply create better work. We often read books, brush up our skills with tutorials, subscribe to blogs and even attend conferences but we most of us still overlook one medium and that is the almighty podcast today’s post is about 8 Great Podcasts for Designers & Developers.
Shoptalk is a live and pretty new podcast from Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert. Both of them does an excellent job focusing the conversation on front end web development, and they bring on great guests to talk . They balance show by answering audio and email questions including all that great geeky humor. I’ve personally been a listener to their very first show.
So what are Shortcodes, Shortcodes were introduced in WordPress 2.5. To put things simply, it is a shortcut. Shortcodes are WordPress specific pieces of code that allow you to save time. Many themes includes shortcodes these days but having them in a wordpress probably not the best way to handle them because if you change themes you will lose those codes.
That’s why it is best to include them within a plugin so if you change themes all of those codes stay within your posts/pages. Today’s WordPress Wednesday post is all about free and paid for shortcodes plugins. To start with I’ve personally used both Style With Shortcodes and Shortcode Kid which are premium/paid plugins which are included on this list.
J Shortcodes allows you to add custom buttons, content boxes, tabs and accordion panels, build call to action and information boxes. You can choose color, size and shape for any of these elements.