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Articles by Benjie Moss

It's billed as the battle of the century, at least as far as app developers are concerned; which has better ROI, Apple's iOS or Google's Android? Consumers are split: Apple have the single largest market share, Google have numerous manufacturers...
It’s easy to become jaded with an application, especially an application like Photoshop, where you open up a new document to be presented with a blank screen. Professional results are easy to achieve with the right know-how, but professional...
The long, painful and drawn-out death of skeuomorphic design lurched forward another step this week with a redesign by the world’s biggest social media site, Facebook. The new look is spearheaded by a logomark that is a simplified version...
Hot on the heels of jQuery Mobile 1.3 comes jQuery 2.0, a brand new, full release version of the popular JavaScript library. The big news — that we've known for a while — is that jQuery 2.0 has dropped the library's support for Internet Explorer...
For many web design professionals, there was no option but to be self taught. Years ago, the academic qualifications simply didn’t exist. Sure, you could study design, but you’d be left to learn the technology by yourself. You could take...
There is so much technology employed on the web, it’s difficult to keep up, and even harder to know where to begin when you’re just starting out. That’s why, for this week’s deal, our sister site MightyDeals.com is offering a huge 53%...
DesignModo's hugely popular set of resources 'The Bricks' is available once again through our sister site MightyDeals.com. Massively popular with designers and developers, 'The Bricks' is a UI bundle carefully designed to make your projects...
Yesterday, anyone old enough to have been working during the browser wars, felt the icy cold fingers of fear creep up their spine when Google announced that its browser Chrome will be abandoning Webkit in favor of their own Blink rendering engine....
It’s April 2nd, and news sites have gone back to reporting the news instead of inventing it. Yesterday’s annual festival of invented headlines, some convincing, some lame, many frighteningly plausible, was as popular as ever with websites....
Late on Friday night, Norwegian blogger Ally Tenor posted a number of screen grabs from Firebug that appeared to show Apple's Norway store running scripts through an eu-ampd.swf file — a format output by Adobe's Flash Professional software....
Since the very earliest illuminated manuscripts, dating back to the 5th century AD, we’ve associated flora with enlarged type. Perhaps it’s something to do with the way plants repeat the same shapes, echoed by type. Or perhaps it’s...
Today we're excited to share an awesome vector pack from Freepik.com The set includes a whopping 500 vectors icons, provided as both individual PNG files as well as a master Illustrator file for quick resizing. Freepik.com is a leading search...
Sports branding used to be about differentiating two opposing teams on a field; it used to be about an umpire or referee quickly identifying the team to award points to, or to penalize; it used to be a world in which the identity of a team could be...
VectorStock.com have a huge collection of vector files, with thousands of new files being added each week. Vectors cover subjects ranging from vintage labels, to floral patterns, to cityscapes. You’ll also find some clever hand-drawn...