StockSnap adds hundreds of free high-res stock photos to their collection every week. What’s more, the stock photos featured on the site are free of copyright restrictions, so you can literally use them any way you want.
This excellent tutorial on CSS layouts will teach you how web page layouts work.
The free photos at the Made in Moments travel blog are beautiful and can be used anywhere you want.
Sans serif fonts are great because of their versatility. They can be used in virtually any context. It never hurts to have a lot of them at your disposal.
A project by Anca and Vlad of ECSSPERT serves as a fascinating proof-of-concept that shows just how powerful CSS can be.
In the web game Hex Invaders, you’re tasked with fending off an extraterrestrial invasion by shooting the invaders with the matching hexadecimal color code.
All web designers know that reducing the file size of their design’s assets is a good practice to ensure that their website visitors don’t experience long load times, and so their site doesn’t suffer the consequences of poor page speed.
One unit of measurement that digital designers are familiar with and are exposed to on a regular basis is the pixel.
Need to get your hands on some free, high-quality website templates? Check out this awesome site called TEMPLATED.
Good usability tests result in delightful designs and user experiences. But they can be intimidating to get started with if you haven’t done one before.
Good South, a North-Carolina-based husband-and-wife design team, has a knack for producing delightful vintage-themed packaging and logo designs.
This is a collection of high-quality city photos that can be used and downloaded for free.