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Every amazing designer has a secret list of resources they use to create their masterpieces. We're going to let you know some of the resources that ourselves use. We'll continuously be updating this page with any new resources we find. So go ahead and bookmark this page!
Our goal? To help you by building a massive library that everyone is free to use.
Today we're going to start things off with a bang with a vast creative library (bookmark it now! because this took us years to gather) that will give you everything you need to get those juices flowing.
Some of these are free, and some of them are not. Most of the paid resources you can still get a ton of things that will help you in your creative process.
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If you're needing images, look no further my friend. Here is everything you'll ever need (pretty much).
Icons are one of those things that you'll need if you really want to make your app/website standout. They're not critical, but they are if you're a designer.
There is an art, all unto itself, to fonts. Here are some great resources to get some great fonts.
Prior to spending endless hours programming an app/website it's wise to design the UI (without any coding), and then create the code around it.
UI kit is an assortment of graphics file that will help you to enhance your design quality and usability.
Vector graphics or illustrations are designs like adobe illustrator, Inkscape, and CorelDraw software use.
If you're just getting started, you must check out some of the awesomeness that these professionals and experts are creating . You must know what design is and how to do it.
We have listed some of the most popular sites.
Dribbble is one of the best communities full of professional and expert designers where they share their creativities and artistic works each day. You will get lots of inspiration for all kinds of designs like- Web design, app design, print design, logo design, illustration etc.
Behance is another major community of designers. Designers bring their online portfolio as a showcase so you can discover what they're up to.
Themeforest is the no.1 marketplace for website themes. It is part of the Envato marketplace where you can see unlimited WordPress themes, HTML template and PSD templates for different categories and so on.
Graphicriver is another website of Envato Marketplace similar to ThemeForest. If you want to get inspiration about print design (such as vectors, icons, flayer, leaflet, calendar, fonts, web element etc.) this is the place to do it.
DesignCrowd is a huge marketplace for logo designing services. Where anyone can create a design contest for their business/organization’s logo.
Pinterest is another inspiration website for graphic designers to gather ideas and inspiration. You must register first if you want to visit the site though.
“One Page Love” is another inspirational website for those that are looking to create a one-page website design. If you want to know one-page design structure don't pass this website up.
IAt Uplabs you can find tons of inspiration about professional, clean design for Material design, iOS, macOS and website design.
Land-book is a huge collection of trending, flat, modern and professional website design.
This resource should do al over you developers out there a lot of good! Hope everyone likes it!
Here are some simple SEO (search engine optimization) tactics and tips that anyone can do. In fact, if you don't do these you're throwing money away. Some may be more difficult than others, and some may require more research to be properly implemented.
Canonical tags can be tricky little devils. If you're much like the majority of people who are doing a 'DIY' website, this is something you'll need to know if you want to gain any rank in Google's eyes. However, don't fear, we're here show you what they are and how to use them to improve your SEO.
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