It’s very clear that my previous free vector resource: Dotted World Map, was getting a lot of attention and downloaded by many. As a sign of appreciation, here I’m releasing another dotted vector resource, but for this time is a dotted city skyline.
The city skyline not only comes with 3 different sizes of dots, but also 3 different height of skyline, from lower to high. I saved the vector files in both Adobe Illustrator (.ai) and also EPS format, and hosted on Box.net. Please continue reading to preview the vector.
Time is running really fast and now we have few days left before welcoming a brand new year. Well, in the fast moving world of web development, many articles and resources were uploaded by designers and developers to contribute and share with rest of world. And in this post, I gathered a few article links that show you the best of web design and dev resources for the year 2012!
As usual, the links are categorized in different genre for better viewing experience. I will constantly update the list if there’s more links! Please continue reading to find out the links!
I believe everyone love freebies. So do I! Recently I stumbled upon Freepik, a website that aggregates design resources from all around the world that you can download for free! As of writing, it has about 1.4 million items you can find. That’s really a huge collection!
These resources break into three main categories: photos, vectors and layered PSD. The prominent search bar allows you to search with your desired keyword. You can actually register an account to save or bookmark resources that you like for later download!
Personally I find this website really useful because occasionally I will look for quality free resources, and download it for my future projects. With FreePik, I can easily look for it without wandering around with search engines and find only bad quality stuff. I hope everyone could benefit from this site!
Ever fancy of using Japanese fonts that are cute and unique? Today, I’m going to introduce 5 new Japanese fonts that you can download for free and use it right away!
Kodomo Maru Gothic (こども丸ゴシック)
This font give a sense of the naive handwriting style by the small kids. It has the standard Hiragana, Katakana, Numerals and Kanji that students learn during early primary school years.
If you are looking for jQuery slideshow plugins for your next project, the official jQuery Plugins library is the destination to look for the plugin. Unfortunately, at this time of writing this post, the plugins page is under development. So, where you should go to look for your slideshow plugin?
Luckily, there are several other plugins libraries that you can rely on. Here I will introduce 4 jQuery plugins libraries that you should visit today, while waiting for the overhauled Plugins page to be up in future time. Please continue reading to check them out!
As mentioned in my previous article, fancy scrolling website is one of the hottest trends on the net. When scrolling down, the parallax effects and unexpected object animations give a fresh new definition for scroll down the page where it used to be boring. But for people who are not really good in coding, how are we going to create such cool scrolling and presentational effect website?
Well, I gathered a few essential plugins and tutorials found on the Internet that will let and teach you to make such websites with a breeze. Many of these plugins mentioned below are powered by jQuery and they are really powerful. Please continue read to find out all of these great resources.
It’s been a while since I posted Japanese related font. But with the help of the social network, I stumbled upon this really cute Japanese font called “mini-wakuwaku”. The font style is rounded and cheerful, it’s perfect match for cute and wacky designs!
This cute font contains two styles: normal and a rounded one, but the difference are just slightly. It supports Japanese character like hiragana and katakana as well as romaji characters, numerals, punctuations and more! Below is the sample sentence I typed with the font. Looks cute right? Unfortunately this font doesn’t support kanji, but in my opinion that’s not a problem. Continue reading to find out the download link!
Here I found several useful sites that provide sets of questions to test your web development knowledge that you can participate. From these quizzes, you can learn from mistakes and become a better coder! Read on to check out the quiz sites!
In recent years, the hype of the web design world has been involving around the popular HTML5 and CSS3. Many showcase galleries, articles, and tutorials on the Internet out there just to showcase the wonderful things that these two front-end dynamic duo can achieve.
But perhaps at the same time admiring the latest CSS3 effects and the cutting edge HTML5 specifications, web designers might wonder how well it is supported by the popular web browsers and the compatibility issues with them, especially the Internet Explorer. Well no worries, here are two awesome resources that will guide you so that you would use HTML5 and CSS3 with confidence!
Perhaps you had been to design school, learning web design skills that are actually quite outdated and not practical anymore, and been wondering where is the best place to learn the best practices of web development. Well, in this post I will show you some really useful sites that teach you real web development skills.
Personally, I think that the best place to learn about web design or development is going to be on the net. Those dedicated sites, blogs and tutorials are very useful which one might hardly get to learn this in school. Without further explaining, here are the 11 great sites to learn about web development online.