There are useful apps, then there are beautiful apps. But it’s a little rare to see the two qualities put together. This roundup is composed of beautiful and useful apps, some are for serious use, some for fun (like taking photos and making sharing moments easier between friends), and some could help you significantly with… Continue reading 25 Beautiful and Useful Apps to Watch Out For
Google Chrome is a wonderful and very popular web browser. It is the most commonly used web browsers because it is faster and simpler. Developers and designers tend to prefer using Google Chrome for so many reasons and one of them is the huge plethora of available extensions that make Google Chrome an even more… Continue reading 12 Chrome Extensions For New Tab Extensions
It’s an exciting time to be a designer. With almost unlimited connectivity, designers and firms can work together without needing to inhabit the same space. Many designers and web professionals love the ability to be mobile, and luckily for them, more and more companies, particularly startups, are starting to embrace a remote workforce. Especially when… Continue reading Enterprise Productivity Apps for Remote Teams
Apps to Watch is a weekly collection of the most beautiful and innovative mobile apps in the market. There are more apps coming to the market every single day but only a few will make the cut. Here is a collection of 10 apps that are beautifully designed, solve a problem, entertain and have a… Continue reading Apps to Watch: Code School, Lumify, Momondo and Others
But First, Some History Edge Reflow is a relatively new program from Adobe, having been announced in 2012 and released in February 2013, with the elevator pitch of enabling you to “Design the responsive web” and “Create beautiful responsive designs”. The tricky part is that right now you can’t actually use it directly to create responsive websites, only responsive designs. This… Continue reading Five Useful Things You Can Do With Adobe Reflow Right Now
Open source is now a well known concept whereby the developer of the code will release it to the public for typically zero cost. This has greatly benefited the community in a couple of ways including giving us free alternatives to expensive software such as illustrator. There is of course a trade off in using… Continue reading Open source alternatives to illustrator, Balsamiq and other designer/developer tools
Sketch is a graphics application for designers, lending itself very nicely to the world of web design. If you’re new to it, you may not be aware of some of the tricks Sketch has, hidden under the surface. Today I’d like to run through some top tips to speed up your design workflow.
Over the past several years event apps have been soaring in popularity, and it’s easy to understand why. The event details you need are accessible on the go and not reliant on a WiFi connection. Plus, these apps make event organizers’ lives easier by making it easy to manage event logistics and monitor and report… Continue reading Hey, Event Apps: Why So Serious?
Adobe Photoshop has been one of the most widely used tools for creating banners, logos, website templates and other forms of graphics. However, anyone who has used Photoshop knows that it’s an advanced software that a normal user cannot use very easily. This is why we have created this list of 20 extremely user… Continue reading Top 20 Photoshop Alternatives for Creating Multimedia Content
With this collection, we want to share some amazing and extremely handy apps for entrepreneurs that they can use from their iPhones. Everybody believes that an entrepreneur organizes a business venture and assumes the risk for it and he must have to create an impact with a budget as low as possible. Using different applications… Continue reading 12 Free iPhone Apps Entrepreneurs Should Use
Edge Reflow application is used by web designers to create a native web surface with CSS design and layout features in a familiar and intuitive way. Edge Reflow helps designers to create resizable layouts that simulate the look and feel of both desktop and mobile devices; control media query breakpoints in design for custom device sizes, add typography to their projects using the integrated Edge Web Fonts, and preview their work on desktops as well as mobile devices using the integrated Edge Inspect plug-in. You can extract CSS code and hand off to developers with confidence that your design vision will remain uncompromised throughout development.
Adobe Muse CC software allows designers to create professional websites for desktop and mobile devices without writing code. Using Adobe Muse CC you can plan, design, and publish HTML pages according to the latest web standards using familiar Adobe tools the same as in Illustrator or InDesign. You will be able to work quickly with… Continue reading New Features of Adobe Muse CC
I’ve never hidden the fact I need help with creating palettes when it comes to anything from illustration work to icon design to decorating my home. You can be a skilled sketch artist and designer, but color theory is still something which can be hard to grasp for some. This is why the new Adobe… Continue reading Capture Colors With the Adobe Kuler App for the iPhone
Last week, Adobe announced that they were discontinuing the physical versions of the Creative Suite, and moving their entire operation to what they’re calling Creative Cloud (CC). This means that from here on out, if you want to use Photoshop, Illustrator or any of the other great Adobe programs out there, you’ll have to pay… Continue reading What Creative Cloud Means to You
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… Continue reading The 20 Best OS X Apps for Designers & Web Developers
Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you need to write down a thought or an idea just to find that you do not have a pen and paper with you? While it isn’t convenient to bring a pen and paper out, a majority of us now own a smartphone, so there lies… Continue reading Top 10 Free Note-Taking Apps For Smartphones
When the editor of Nettuts+ requested an article to show Windows developers love by listing popular web development apps, I was all over it. OSX devs get a lot of attention, so it’s good to mix things up a bit. What I want to do is list the development tools that I frequently use as… Continue reading Windows Apps for Web Developers
Web design is a process. There are many phases that require careful thought and observation to get the job done. Our job requires many skills and tools to design the right solution. Quite often, web designers find themselves spending a lot of time on small things like finding the correct colors or measuring DIVs, margins,… Continue reading Must Have Mac Apps for Every Web Designers