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21 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

By / Mar 25, 2013 / Inspiration

A website should have a clear an obvious way for visitors to get in touch with the site’s owner. This is normally done with a contact page. It doesn’t mater if you are a designer, creative studio, shop or anything else, it is important that your audience can easily find how to get in touch…

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8 jQuery Plugins for Layout and UI Enhancements

By / Mar 21, 2013 / Tools

On occasion, you might have to work on a project that has unique layout or UI requirements – things that can’t be achieved with CSS alone. With projects like these, jQuery can be very useful. So for this post, we’ve rounded up some jQuery plugins that can help you accomplish some amazing things when it…

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The Benefits of Working on Freelance Projects

By / Mar 20, 2013 / Tips

I often read about designers who cannot stand freelancing yet continue to use this path for solid income. I suppose there is nothing wrong with hating your job, but some designers actually enjoy freelancing. It is not a career choice that many people would keep for decades. But it does offer a unique lifestyle of…

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$500 Apple Store Gift Card Giveaway from DealPixel

By / Mar 19, 2013 / Giveaways

DealPixel.com is a site where you can find discounts of 50% and above on stuff like Icons, Vectors, Premium WordPress themes, Photoshop actions, brushes, premium fonts, and much more.

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21 Inspiring Single Page Websites

By / Mar 18, 2013 / Inspiration

Back in january we showed you some Creative Techniques for Single-Page Websites, and since the single page design trend is getting more and more attention from designers, today we decided to show you some inspiring examples of websites that have all their content in a single page.

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Beautiful and Inspiring Visual Identity Projects

By / Mar 14, 2013 / Inspiration

Visual identity is what represents a company’s image. It’s that thing that we will see and will associate to a firm or a product. From logo to business cards, from website to package and everything else that you may use to represent your product, your name – everything is part of the visual identity. It…

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Responsive Web Design Workflow Considerations

By / Mar 13, 2013 / Tips

Birthed in May 2010 in an article by Ethan Marcotte published on A List Apart called “Responsive Web Design“, this device-independent design philosophy has spread like wild fire amongst the design and development community. Evidence of the larger business community embracing responsive web design began in 2011 with notable redesigns of Starbucks, Time Magazine and…

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12 Helpful Tools for Responsive Web Design

By / Mar 12, 2013 / Tools

Creating a responsive web design goes way beyond arranging things in a way that won’t compromise the look of your website in different screen sizes. Even tough we talk a lot about responsive web design, we are all figuring out the best way to go about developing a responsive site. One of the best ways…

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21 Inspiring Examples of Typography in Web Design

By / Mar 11, 2013 / Inspiration

Typography is certainly a huge part of a design. It doesn’t matter if it is web design, print or packaging, the right typography can get the attention of users, setting a project apart from all the others, showing the importance of choosing the right type for your design. Today we gathered some inspiring examples of…

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9 Fresh Free Fonts for your Projects

By / Mar 7, 2013 / Freebies

Here at WDL, we like to gather all types of freebies for our readers. We know designers need as much resources as they can get to keep their designs fresh and beautiful. Since fonts certainly play an important role in a design and also because we know you can never have enough fonts at your…