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As an Interface Designer, I am a huge fan of the paper and pencil method of designing a high or low level wireframe for any application – web, desktop, mobile or otherwise. Sketching has proved to be my most valued tool for giving form to my ideas and allowing others to visually understand them. With pen and paper I have found that I am able to stay focused on some of the finer details that should be taken care of along with the general layout and functionality. In this article I’ve listed a complete selection of free printable Mobile Sketch Paper for the Android, Blackberry, iPhone, iPad, Motorola Smartphone, Nokia and Windows Mobile Phone for you to download. Whatever you think suits your needs you can easily print them out, and get yourself on your way to sketching the next big mobile application hit. iPhone Sketch Templates
1500 Vector icons You don't need to browse different packs to find the right icons: all the essential icons are provided. You don't need to worry about the consistency: all the icons share the same visual style.
by Matthew James Taylor on 27 October 2007 This series of website layouts use percentage widths and relative positioning, and they work with all the common web browsers including Safari on the iPhone and iPod touch. They're also 'stackable' so you can use multiple column types on the one page. This makes the number of possible layouts endless! Follow the links below for the demos and more detailed info: The main features
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Web design and development has significantly changed over the years, as have the tools and technologies involved. With these advancements come tools to make our lives easier, provide higher quality work and better services for our clients. Communication and collaboration over vast distances is no longer painfully frustrating (or impossible) and project or task management is now easier than ever. Web designers and developers can also jump on virtually any internet connected computer with a modern browser to get work done without their main desktop applications.