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The February edition of what's new for web designers includes new web apps, icons, color resources, webmaster tools, graphics programs, CSS frameworks, JavaScript resources, and some really great new fonts. Many of the resources below...
WordPress is still a hot technology in 2014, and the CMS of choice for the majority of web designers continues to go from strength to strength. There are some great new – and free – themes that have been released or received major updates since...
Welcome, friends, to WebdesignerDepot's first monthly WordPress plugin roundup of 2014. If there's one word that I would use to describe the WordPress community, it's this: huge. It should come as no surprise, then, that there are plugins...
In 2011, Adobe sent shockwaves through the design community by introducing Adobe Muse: design software that made websites. You could imagine my excitement as well as other non-coders worldwide. They created this WYSIWYG editor mixed with...
We've all been there: the moment when we realise that our project is missing something. With deadlines looming and clients on your back, what you really need is a great resource or two to dig you out of the hole. Today we've got 50 freebies that...
Albert Einstein once said, “Any fool can know. The point is to understand.” It’s one thing to be aware of what’s new in web design, quite another to be in the thick of it actually producing usable designs that solve problems. To keep up...
It’s often described as the CMS from hell; ugly and a total memory hog, to the novice the learning curve is often far too steep and the documentation sometimes scarce. Why is this behemoth of a CMS even used anymore? Its name is Drupal, and it’s...
The January edition of what's new for web designers and developers includes new web apps, jQuery plugins and JavaScript resources, web development tools, responsive design resources, collaboration tools, coding resources, and some really...
Ever wondered where all the money in web design goes? Perhaps you'd like to take a larger cut of it? Well this fantastic infographic from Webydo will help explain just where all that money gets spent, as well as where businesses are succeeding...
Last year, WordPress was being used to power 72.4 million websites on the Internet. That was around half of all live sites at the time. Of all the websites using a content management system now, 59.8% of them are being run using WordPress. And...
In 2013, we covered a ton of new apps, resources, and more for designers and developers. In fact, we covered hundreds of resources! So rather than you having to go back through our archive of posts, we’ve gathered up the best of what was new over...
We love web design resources, and we love them even more when they're absolutely free. so each month we scour the Internet to bring you the very best free resources for web designers and developers. This month we've included PSD resources, social...
I’m honestly a bit wary of making a simple, flat declaration that “x is the best program for y”; real life is usually trickier than that. As a guy who tries out new software for fun (I’m a riot at parties), I can tell you from painful and often...
Apple released their newest iteration of OS X, called Mavericks (finally straying from the "big cat" theme that's been prevalent from the first OS X release), a few weeks ago, and there are some important new features of use to designers. While...