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Everyday Fonts: These Typefaces Always Work

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«The search for suit­able fonts for a web pro­ject is not always easy. Many fonts have a unique char­ac­ter, and thus, don’t suit every case. How­ever, there are a lot of free fonts with a very gen­er­al design, allow­ing them to be used in almost any web pro­ject. We call them every­day fonts and have gathered some for you.»

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→ noupe.com

Free HTML & PSD Templates & UI Packs: Spring 2016

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«Wel­come to the Spring round of our free HTML and PSD tem­plates show­case. As always we have put togeth­er a pleth­ora of vari­ous design ele­ments that only have one thing in com­mon – they are all free to use. Oth­er than that you will find a diverse vari­ety of dif­fer­ent ele­ments for dif­fer­ent use cases. We hope we have what you are look­ing for.»

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→ noupe.com

Custom Fonts in Modern Web Design

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«In 2015, two major Amer­ic­an craft beer com­pan­ies were at odds over a font design. Lagunitas, known for their sig­na­ture IPA, and heav­ily recog­nized for the graph­ics on their labels, includ­ing font style, sued Sierra Nevada.»

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→ webdesignledger.com

15 Killer Flat 2.0 Websites to Inspire You

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«With Flat 2.0 the tex­ture and depth are easy to incor­por­ate into the design ele­ments. These web­sites com­mu­nic­ates the mes­sage effect­ively with plain, yet catchy design and yes, redu­cing a lot of load­ing time.»

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→ stunningmesh.com

SVG Clipping Path Examples

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«Last week I walked through a few examples using the path ele­ment and the text ele­ment as clip­ping paths. I also showed you how to clip ele­ments inside a group as opposed to indi­vidu­ally. Today I want to con­tin­ue with more examples start­ing with one where we’ll use a vari­ety of SVG ele­ments to build up a more com­plex clip­ping path.»

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→ vanseodesign.com

Advanced CSS tricks and techniques

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«As time goes by, CSS is becom­ing more and more power­ful and nowadays it allows a lot of pos­sib­il­it­ies. This art­icle is a com­pil­a­tion of fresh, advanced tips and tech­niques to mas­ter your CSS skills.»

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→ catswhocode.com

20 Beautifully Crafted HTML Templates for Professional Web Developers

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«Web design nowadays is heav­ily depend­ent on user exper­i­ence, which in turn is based on numer­ous (and extremely expens­ive) stud­ies. In such a situ­ation, try­ing to build web­sites from scratch is an eco­nom­ic­ally unreas­on­able thing to do. That’s why even the most skilled design­ers often resort to the use of readymade solu­tions: web­site tem­plates, UI kits, CSS frame­works, etc.»

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→ queness.com

Web Image Effects Performance Showdown

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«As browsers con­stantly improve their graph­ic­al ren­der­ing abil­it­ies, the abil­ity to truly design with­in them is becom­ing more of a real­ity. A few lines of code can now have quick and dra­mat­ic visu­al impact, and allow for con­sist­ency without a lot of effort. And as with most things in web devel­op­ment, there are often many ways to achieve the same effect.»

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→ mashingmagazine.com

Blisk: the new browser built just for developers

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«Developers have had a hard time try­ing to home in on a browser that’s com­pletely user-friendly to their needs. Sure, Moz­illa has taken strides to gain favor with the developer com­munity. If you’ll remem­ber, it last year released what it billed as its most developer-friendly browser update to date, Fire­fox Developer Edi­tion 38.»

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→ webdesignerdepot.com

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→ blisk.io

20+ Minimal Bootstrap Templates

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«Clean, min­im­al lay­outs are all the rage in web design these days. Wheth­er it’s to have your work stand out in your port­fo­lio, send a clear busi­ness mes­sage, or show­case your blog con­tent — a min­im­al theme or tem­plate might be the answer. Today, we’ve col­lec­ted a selec­tion of min­im­al Boot­strap tem­plates that fit the trend.»

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→ designshack.net