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Blisk: the new browser built just for developers

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«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

12 Brackets Extensions That Will Make Your Life Easier

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Brack­ets is a great source code edit­or for web design­ers and front-end web developers. It has a ton of use­ful fea­tures out of the box. You can make your Brack­ets exper­i­ence even bet­ter by using exten­sions. These Brack­ets exten­sions will help make your web design and front-end web devel­op­ment work­flow a little easi­er.»

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→ sixrevisions.com

20 Beautiful PSD Templates You Can Download For Free

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«PSD web­site tem­plates can be really use­ful for web design­ers of any level. Instead of a Pho­toshop win­dow, you can start your pro­ject with a ready-to-go lay­out includ­ing UI ele­ments.»

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→ hongkiat.com

The Retina Asset Workflow You’ve Always Wanted For Photoshop

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«If you’ve dreamed of the day when you could design more than one thing at once in Pho­toshop, the wait is over. You can now have mul­tiple designs right next to each oth­er. Design mobile lay­outs along­side your tab­let and desktop lay­outs. And in this art­icle, we’ll design an entire set of assets all at once.»

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→ smashingmagazine.com

Useful Chrome Extensions For Designers and Creatives

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«Nowadays, a lot of the graph­ic design can be done com­pletely online. With online design tools pop­ping up on the Web each day, the demand of an optim­ized design work­space for browsers has become extremely high.»

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→ spyrestudios.com

Free Bootstrap PSD Grids for Crafting Excellent Website Designs

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«In web­site pro­duc­tion, there are lots of import­ant factors that affect work­flow and the final res­ult, includ­ing time. No one can argue that time and money are tightly con­nec­ted: sav­ing time means gain­ing extra money, so every­one tries to use it more effi­ciently with vari­ous work-sav­ing solu­tions. Here, front-end devel­op­ment frame­works take up a lead­ing pos­i­tion.»

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→ designmodo.com

Free Photoshop Tools For Web Designers

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«Pho­toshop is still a favor­ite among a lot of web design­ers, and the right tools make it even more power­ful than it already is. To help you boost pro­ductiv­ity, save time and (obvi­ously) nerves, we have picked some valu­able Pho­toshop resources, plu­gins and scripts for you. Some of them will speed up routine tasks so you can con­cen­trate more on your actu­al work, oth­ers build a bridge between Pho­toshop and code so your design mockups can bene­fit from the best of both worlds.»

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→ smashingmagazine.com

Best of 2015: 100 Free PSD Website Templates

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Regard­ing web­site design, 2015 has passed under the aus­pices of flat style. How­ever there were also oth­er factors that shaped the Web the pre­vi­ous year, such as asym­met­ric­al arrange­ment, which helped pro­jects to break away from»

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→ noupe.com

Automattic Releases WordPress App For Windows Desktop

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«It didn’t take long. A little bit more than two weeks after launch­ing an OS X app, Auto­mat­tic, the com­pany behind Word­Press, is launch­ing a Win­dows ver­sion. Like on OS X, this app takes advant­age of the com­plete rewrite of WordPress.com.»

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→ techcrunch.com

The 10 Best Web Design Tools of 2015 Worth Using

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«While 2015 might take some flak for not deliv­er­ing on the prom­ises of Back to the Future 2, the web design industry made Biff-sized leaps in what tech­no­logy allowed and what users expec­ted. Exist­ing web design tools had to sharpen their edges to com­pete with new­comers mov­ing in, but the biggest win­ners are the design­ers who now have an assort­ment of new toys to play with.»

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→ webdesignledger.com