There is nothing better, nothing more powerful and nothing more popular than the greatest graphic image editor ever that is Photoshop. Photoshop by itself is a pretty useful tool, but when its extended with stylish brushes, beautiful patterns, seamless textures and powerful actions, it is truly an unstoppable tool.

In today’s news we have collected the best free resources to help enhance your next project.

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The challenge for any web designer is to create style sheets that are unique, distinctive and can be replicated in a way that will create brand recognition. To that end, the future of CSS typography is an ever evolving and changing field that is constantly being updated, altered, and manipulated to both meets the growing demands of clients and the challenging demands of the market. Continue Reading →

Web design is anything but easy, at every turn there is always a fresh problem – demanding clients, new technologies to learn, a debuggable bug, fighting with browsers that don’t like you… the list goes on and on.

That is why we always love it and are very grateful when a developer devotes a huge chunk of there time and develops a tool that makes developing that little bit easier. You will find four such tools below.

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If you have a product or service which you believe is useful for the masses then you’re first notion would be to get the word out. Marketing your product to the right target group is vital, especially when you’re planning on seeing most if not all of your sales through online venues.

As designers and developers who are avidly scaling through the web for quality resources we’ve come across the countless advertisements geared directly towards us. Many are enticing and some are worth following, however, which advertising network does that site use to deliver these targeted ads? Continue Reading →

Within web design there are a multitude of solutions and techniques that cover the same problem. No solution is entirely correct, and none are entirely wrong. That is the beauty, and sometimes the agony, of web design.

Sometimes you just want the most basic and simplest technique to solve a popular problem, and that is what today’s Design Reviver Answers question covers: How do you create a nice drop down menu effect?
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Limiting your design range to reusing the same font on project after project doesn't go for making a decent body of work. It is essential that all designers have a good library of fonts that they can rely upon. Unfortunately, a lot of the best fonts are pretty expensive for freelance designers, and as such we have listed below the best and freshest font collections that we could find to help you out.

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Mind Maps allow you to creatively organize ideas, words, and tasks in such a way that they’re all interconnected producing a useful structure that visually helps decipher problems, with decision making, designing, and writing.

For designers mind-mapping may not seem like a feasible tool to have in their arsenal, however, if you take into consideration the amount of inspiration, ideas, and creative thoughts we take in, mind-mapping could be a very useful way to channel all of the creativity and solve design problems, figure out development issues and much more. Continue Reading →

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