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Advertisement Web design community is strong and hard-working. We have plenty of useful resources, tools and services created, developed and released every single day: apart from goodies such as free fonts or icons, there are also many educational resources and little time-savers that can significantly improve designer’s workflow. We permanently look out for the new projects and support them by presenting them on Twitter, Facebook, in our e-mail newsletter and, evidently, in Smashing Magazine’s posts. Today we are glad to present one of such posts: an overview of handy new resources for web designers; most of them were released recently, but some of them are a bit older.

Time-Saving and Educational Resources for Web Designers - Smashing Magazine

Time-Saving and Educational Resources for Web Designers - Smashing Magazine
Cleaning Up The Mess: How To Keep Your Coding Workflow Organized - Smashing Magazine Cleaning Up The Mess: How To Keep Your Coding Workflow Organized - Smashing Magazine Oops, we used the word “organized” in the title. Time to switch off — is probably what many would think. Being organized is a somewhat dull, though important, subject. Perhaps it would help to give it a bit of context. Let’s keep it classy, and imagine we’re building a website for a trendy restaurant / café called “bEat”, catering to the arts community.
Showcase of Beautiful (or Creative) E-Commerce Websites - Smashing Magazine

Showcase of Beautiful (or Creative) E-Commerce Websites - Smashing Magazine

Designers are constantly striving to create eye-catching designs without losing the usability features that add significant importance to the experience of online shopping. Today’s showcase presents a variety of websites with elegant design solutions and innovative design techniques. We have analyzed the designs and now discuss their advantages and disadvantages in this review. We also suggest improvements and further ideas that could help improve shopping experience on these sites.
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