The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at CSS and HTML tutorials, Wireframing tools, great fonts and much more. Continue Reading →
The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for us to look back on the week that passed, the best design news, resources and other goodies. This week we look at 30 Stunning User Interface examples, how you can provide unique value to your clients, 9 pitfalls of of web hosting and how to avoid them, furthermore we take a look at how you can make your website more tablet friendly as well as great ways to use the website footer.
Every web designer knows that icons are an integral part of web design, and that having high quality icons can be the difference between a good site and a mediocre site. That’s why we know you will love the latest deal from DealPixel, 500 Clean Icons, a deal with 500 professional clean icons. The set is available for only $15. That is a 68% discount!
There are not many iconsets that can match the quality nor the quantity of icons that we feature in todays design news roundup. The first set, released this week by WPZOOM, has over 500 icons for every social network service you could possibly think of. And the second set, also released this week, has over 170 crafted icons perfect for web design brought to you by WooTheme.
Icons are one of the most sought after design elements within web design, and the great thing is there is no shortage of new and creative icon sets that are freely released for general consumption and satisfy our design appetite. In today’s news round-up we have collected five fresh icon-sets specifically designed for web designers, developers and bloggers.
In today’s news round-up we have two free large sets of beautifully crafted mini pixel icon-sets designed especially for web designers.
The first set (the spirit20 icon-set) has well over 500 icons for your every possible design requirement and the second set, Boolean, consists of 100 icons, all presented in a highly unique way. You’ll love them both!
Is there no end to CSS3s possibilities? In the past, would you have even considered the idea of generating a font based on an icon set, and then embedding it via @fontface? Or, even better, would you have thought it possible to create icons using only CSS and HTML? I didn't think so…