Free Resources for Designers
E-literacy is unthinkable without the literacy of publishing electronic content. And the publication includes the processes of selecting an audience and tasks, creating, checking, editing and posting content. And in this sense, the choice of the right tools for a particular platform and specific device is of particular importance. So that the path of the idea to the masses is laid by suitable technology.
We present a selection of online resources and tools for creating design wonders. In this article, we have collected 35 useful resources for the designer. But when using this or that content, check if the resource allows the commercial use of its content: if there is a crossed-out dollar icon or the abbreviation NC (non-commercial), then restrict yourself to non-commercial use or contact the copyright holder. Continue reading
The designer needs to keep abreast of the latest design trends. The style of work must change and develop in order to maintain the freshness of the work and resonate with customers and products. 2019 brought together many trends of the last year, and also added several new ones. So, take a look at the brightest trends this year that we have chosen.
A browser is not only a means of accessing the Internet, but also a tool of influence. Browsers are becoming faster, more powerful and more attractive. Continue reading
The combination of English HTML letters has long been heard by everyone. Moreover, any novice user who barely mastered Word, without a twinge of conscience, will weave them into his speech. However, what is this and why, many find it difficult to answer. Although the suspicion that HTML is the first violin in the orchestra that creates web pages is fully justified.
HTML was created in 1990 by a scientist, Tim Burns-Lee. This system was intended to facilitate the exchange of documents between scientists of various universities. Continue reading