Icon fonts are useful in responsive designs because, among other things, they scale to the appropriate size. For those of you who love icons as much as I do, I’m excited to share this roundup of my favorite free icon fonts. This roundup features more than 3,600 icons!
Want to create beautiful 3D typography? Learn how to create 3D text effects with our tutorials.
One of the most popular responsive front-end frameworks, Foundation, gets a major update today with the release of Foundation 5.
We’re giving away 10 premium WordPress themes from TemplateMonster. The winners will get the WordPress theme of their choice out of the 1,800+ themes TemplateMonster has. Also in this post, you’ll learn about a 50% discount sale until November 26 on all WordPress themes over at TemplateMonster.
Check out these beautiful examples of stationery designs for ideas and inspiration.
Look at these excellent examples of dark web designs for ideas and inspiration.
We just finished our giveaway of subscriptions to Timeneye, a newly-launched web app that’s trying to solve the problem of time tracking. We asked readers to share their ideas on how time tracking could be improved. In this post, I’ll share some of your suggestions, as well as the winners of our giveaway.
Creating CSS gradients can be time-consuming and tough. This short list of free online tools will help you quickly generate CSS gradients by giving you a graphical user interface and other useful functionality.
If you’d like to learn how to create your own vintage-inspired designs, check out our excellent collection of vintage Photoshop tutorials.
BlendMeIn is a free Photoshop extension — and as of a few hours ago, also a free Illustrator extension — that lets you easily search and use free design resources like icons and vector shapes from within the software.
We recently had a giveaway of a set of 500 custom plastic business cards from Plasticprinters.com. PlasticPrinters.com is an innovative, fully-featured printing company that caters to thousands of clients worldwide. In this post, I’ll let you know who the lucky Design Instruct reader is.
Photos are extremely expressive and can evoke pleasant emotions. Is this why we’re seeing landscape visual imagery being used in web designs?