Great Infographic Making Tools for Teachers 1- Visual.ly This is my favorite tool. It helps you easily create awesome infographics using pre-designed templates. It also lets you create an infographic out of any Twitter Hashtag provided you are signed in which you can do using your Twitter account. 2-Easel.ly This is another great web tool to create infographics.
11 Tools to Instantly Code Faster Twice a month, we revisit or update some of our readers’ favorite posts and sessions from throughout the history of Nettuts+. This tutorial was first published last September. Doesn't the title say it all? There are a wide variety of tools and techniques which can drastically improve the speed at which we code.
A Free Icon Web Font In a previous article, I addressed the many advantages of using a web font (in place of images) to render icons into your UI design. In the same article I mentioned a frustrating deficit of high quality, free icon web fonts available for embedding and conceded my own failure at building one with Fontstruct (less a font design tool than a mental health risk). After continued experimentation, I found a satisfactory way to create a TTF and I'm now able to offer you Heydings Icons. It's a fairly modest collection of 50 57 60 glyphs specifically intended for the accessorization and classification of textual cues such as hyperlinks, navigation elements and buttons. You can, of course, use the set much more expressively as well. Also, there's no requirement to embed; you may just want to use it as a desktop/print font.
Free PSD Files: 50+ Must Have Photoshop Files For Designers Welcome to day 2 of freebie week on Designrfix. Today we have assembled a stunning collection of some of the most creative Photoshop PSD files from around the Web. So if you are in search of some really cool free PSD files for your latest project, this post is not to be missed. Feel free to download and use them in your next design.
50+Web Development Tools (Really Useful) Web Development Tools is very perfect tools for web developer. Today i had collected 50 Web Design/Development Tools that you can use online or download to install in your computer. Some advance tools such as ajax, jQuery, css, flash animation, it can help you design a website more efficiency. Some web development tools really amazing because it can help to develop website without any knowledge code like php, css, jquery, htlm. we just use interface to creating website step by step. You may like this: Responsive web design tools 1. The 20 Best OS X Apps for Designers & Web Developers Building websites on Mac OS X provides a completely different landscape in comparison to Windows or Linux. The applications are designed much differently and built from a different standard of programmers. Not to mention the enormous Mac App Store which offers immediate downloads for software you can purchase right away. In this collection I am focusing on the 20 most useful OS X apps worth downloading for web design/development purposes. You will obviously not need every application listed, but it is worth taking a peek at each piece of software to determine if you can use it during your workflow. If we missed any great Mac applications feel free to share your ideas in the post discussion area.
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28 High Resolution Wood Textures For Designers Once in a while, you may want to try a different approach in design. If the concept/idea is green or nature related, wood elements can fit in pretty nice and they are fundamentally suitable. In this article, we attempt to showcase you 28 High Resolution Wood Textures designers can take full advantage of. CSS Sprites: What They Are, Why They're Cool, and How To Use Them This post was originally co-authored in late 2007 by me and Volkan Görgülü, I'm updating it now to improve it a bit and make it more current. You've heard of them, but... Do you really understand them?
Madame Figaro 5 January 2012 22:12 Greek | PDF | 211 pages | 84.3MB Be the first to rate this post 2 December 2011 21:47 Greek | PDF | 284 pages | 107.1MB Free Font Garton by David Rakowski This license can also be found at this permalink: This font was found on the internet and did not come with a license. While we try to make sure that all the fonts on fontsquirrel.com are properly licensed for commercial use, there are many fonts that have either been abandoned by their authors or the authors distribute their fonts without an explicit license. It is our opinion that if the unlicensed font is freely available for download from either the original source or from multiple free-font sites then we assume it to be safe to use the font commercially. This is no guarantee of such freedom, but there are so many unlicensed free fonts distributed by primary sources that the intentions must be read that the font is free to use how you like.
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