You are writing a new post for the web site and you need an image in a certain format – but your boss refuses to give you a license for Photoshop. Does that sound familiar? Here are 7 free alternative … Continue reading →
The easiest and the fastest way to create custom and high quality code for your WordPress project using the latest WordPress coding standards and API’s.
GenerateWP is a tool for WordPress developers. The tool makes it easy to create the code snippets you need for your theme or plugin, without having to write everything from the bottom. The output is easy to copy/paste.
If you are in need of some nice looking device mockups for showing off your design skills in your portfolio, Graphic Burger has a PSD with a huge collection of Apple devices. The PSD file includes mockups of iPhone, iPad, iMac og Macbook with different viewing angles in which you can easily paste in your work.
Which font do you need for your current project? That can be a bit tricky to get an overview of, while working in your favorite DTP or graphics application. A font management tool helps you get an overview of the fonts that are available on your computer and makes it easier to compare them.
Font management applications are rarely free. But if you can make do with an older model, Linotype FontExplorer X ver. 1.2.3 for mac is still free. I use it myself and it works like a charm.
Google Fonts are easy to implement in any web site. But what if you need a certain font for a mock up in your preferred image editor? SkyFonts makes it easy to syncronize your favorite Google Fonts to your desktop.
If you are in need of a splash of color on your web site, you can get beautiful premium UI kits on Pixelkit.com.
If you belong to those who think Bootstrap is an awesome starting point for building web sites, Pixelkit has also made some Bootstrap themes which you can get for free on GitHub. If, like me, you are less enthusiastic about HTML and CSS frameworks, you can always get inspired by the nice designs, choice of color, and perhaps the CSS.