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
Most modern Internet technologies are based on the long-used, most debated HTML language. It was designed to perform markup and execution of documents posted on web pages. The language began to acquire its first features in 1986. The impetus was the adoption by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) of ISO-8879-standard – Standard Generalized Markup Language or, in abbreviated form – SGML. Attached to it is a description stating that SGML is intended for structural markup of text. It is noteworthy that the description of the appearance of the document was not supposed. Continue reading