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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

7 Impressive Web Design Tools to Use

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Web design­ing is an import­ant aspect of the web devel­op­ment pro­cess. If you are a web­site own­er then you can eas­ily under­stand the need of a flaw­less design for your web­site. A good design of the web­site provides it with a kind of sta­bil­ity and user accept­ance.»

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→ stunningmesh.com

30 Tools That No Designer Should Live Without

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«Design­ers are extremely busy people. Fact. Not only do they have to make time to find inspir­a­tion for their next pro­ject, man­age feed­back, attend meet­ings, and com­mu­nic­ate with their cli­ents, they also have to loc­ate the time to actu­ally sit down and do the work.»

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→ speckyboy.com

Tools And Resources For A More Meaningful Web Typography

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«It’s the small details that make a pro­ject shine. Sol­id typo­graphy, well-craf­ted with atten­tion and care is one of them. A har­mo­ni­ous visu­al rhythm, typo­graph­ic sub­tleties like soft caps, mar­gin out­dents or the cor­rect use of hyphens and dashes — there are a lot of things that add up to it.»

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→ smashingmagazine.com

Google Resizer Cares for Responsive Design

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«Thanks to plenty of types of mobile devices, con­tem­por­ary web­sites need to be designed for dif­fer­ent res­ol­u­tions and ori­ent­a­tions. How­ever, to see how a site looks on a tab­let, smart­phone, or a stand­ard mon­it­or, it’s not neces­sary to have all devices ready at all times. Google Res­izer is a handy web tool which will eas­ily show you a web­site for many dif­fer­ent types of devices and res­ol­u­tions.»

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→ noupe.com

Free Photoshop Tools For Web Designers

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«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

Codepad: A New Way of Saving and Sharing Code Snippets

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«You’ve got plenty of HTML5, CSS3, JavaS­cript, and PHP code that you want to roll out and you use your hard drive to try to remem­ber each time you start a pro­ject with your devel­op­ment team, out­source developers or even cli­ents. This has been a prob­lem with some developers in past years.»

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→ designmodo.com

9 Useful Tools Web Designers Can’t Live Without

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Tools are the best bud­dies for the design­ers, developers, blog­gers and any­one in gen­er­al who tends to spend lots of time in brows­ing inter­net. Dif­fer­ent tools are designed to sim­pli­fy cer­tain tasks so that you can achieve res­ults more effect­ively.»

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→ smashingapps.com

Four Tools for Creating HTML5 Banners

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Ban­ner ads are delivered in Flash less and less often. HTML5 has become the stand­ard for online advert­ising as well. Thanks to CSS3 anim­a­tions are pos­sible without any issues and inter­ac­tions are made pos­sible with JavaS­cript.»

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→ noupe.com

RulersGuides.js: Photoshop-inspired Web Design Helper Tool

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«The ruler and the pos­sib­il­ity to draw aux­il­i­ary lines are indis­pens­able fea­tures of Pho­toshop and oth­er image edit­ing and draw­ing applic­a­tions. Why only Pho­toshop and such? Meas­ur­ing dis­tances and check­ing ori­ent­a­tions via aux­il­i­ary lines can be help­ful on a web­site as well. RulerGuides.js comes to your res­cue. It adds a ruler with the men­tioned fea­tures to any web­site via a book­mark­let.»

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→ noupe.com