When starting a new design it is often handy to have a set of UI items to quickly start laying things out and they can even be useful to quickly wireframe a web mockup. You will find here 10 slick free UI kits to speed up your user interface design works.
Webkit brought a lot of enhancements to the formerly dull browser based user interfaces, with transform and transition properties being among the most useful for user interaction.
In this tutorial we will learn how to use both to create a product card that flips to reveal more information with a fallback for browsers that don’t support Webkit transitions and transform.
One of the most useful options for a user of a WordPress theme or plugin is to be able to change and stylize the appearance and the colors of the output produced. In this tutorial we will learn how to add a color picker in the settings page of a plugin using the Farbtastic jQuery plugin bundled with WordPress.
A new release by ilovecolors in CodeCanyon: a plugin for WordPress to display recent posts from three different categories or tags in rotating tabs displaying featured images if they are available.
There is a lot of hype around CSS patterns nowadays, now that we can add gradients or use transformations, even if sometimes it’s only for Webkit. Here we have a pattern generator and a CSS 3 patterns gallery where you can view and download them.
Colorzilla, best known for the Firefox extension to pick colors in a web page, released an excellent tool to create cross browser CSS 3 gradients with a polished interface and the ability to upload images to create the gradients.
This TED Talk by Eli Pariser focuses on how the personalization filters applied by social networks, search engines, smart feed readers and others might be trapping us in a “filter bubble”, avoiding our exposure to information beyond our comfort zone that could broaden our worldview.
Fonts are the soul of every design so here we have seven free fonts, some offered as downloads for desktop and others offered as web fonts.
Photo-Lettering a web based letterer that you can use to create remarkable letterings using deliciously bold fonts with just a couple of clicks.
The number of icons in this two free icon sets adds up to more than 1000 icons, and in this case, quantity goes with quality. These gorgeous icons were designed by Yummygum, a design studio based in Amsterdam.