October 13, 2017 Design , Fonts , Freebies no responses # , , , ,

10+ Free new scary spade fonts (October, 2017)

A font is all the letters, numbers, punctuation and other symbols which compose a typeface.

A lot time passed after that day when Johann Gutenberg designed first typeface for his movable type press. He designed his type in the style of the Gothic blackletter at the time, so that his printed books would look hand-lettered.

Today exist thousands of different fonts. Now you can get some really nice fonts for free, simply because designers are trying to make a name for themself.

Here is a list of scary spade fonts for Halloween and completely FREE :).

#1 Vampire Calligraphy Font

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Made by Misti’s Font.

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July 16, 2013 JavaScript , jQuery no responses # , , ,

Minified.js – A Tiny Alternative To jQuery

As the size of a web page is very important for the loading speed (specially on mobile), there are already lightweight alternatives to these full-featured frameworks (Zepto is the most popular one). Minified.js is a very strong alternative to these frameworks and it comes with an impressive size, less than 4kb minified.
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July 4, 2013 iOS , Mobile , Mobile Development no responses # , , , , ,

Pixate – Dynamic UIs For Native Mobile Apps

Pixate is a free platform for creating the user interface of native mobile apps with CSS. It is actually a graphics engine that transforms CSS into scalable graphics, bitmap effects and more.

The app can be built with any tool/language (Objective-C, Titanium, etc.) and Pixate will work with all of them.

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July 1, 2013 Development , JavaScript no responses # , ,

Countable – Paragraph, Word & Character Counting With JavaScript

Countable is a tiny and standalone JavaScript function that brings the ability to count all three. It works very straightforward and has the option to count the inputs with stripping HTML tags.

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June 28, 2013 PHP no responses # , , , , ,

Pico – Flat-File CMS

Pico is an open source CMS application that is capable of very few things. It uses flat-files as the database and built with PHP. Simply, there is no setup and the app works instantly.

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June 27, 2013 Mobile no responses # , , ,

Free & Complete iOS7 GUI Photoshop Template

The GUI of iOS is completely changed with iOS7 and the developers of this platform or anyone inspiring from it needs new resources now. Teehan+ Lax has created a very nice iOS7 GUI set so that anyone can easily design for this new version and it is shared for free.

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June 25, 2013 Illustrator , Inspiration no responses # , ,

Some Free UI Wireframe Kits

Every time when starting a new web design project, it’s always a good idea to begin with a wireframe. The purpose of a wireframe is to communicate the layout of a page without getting caught up in color and design elements. Wireframes can be a big time saver as they help all parties involved come to an agreement on placement of major page elements such as headers, content areas, navigation menus, and footers. The key is to get the layout nailed down so major layout changes won’t take place once detailed design elements are in place. To help you in this, we’ve gathered 10 Free UI Wireframe Kits that will make your life easier.
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June 25, 2013 Design , Fonts no responses # , , , ,

Fontastic – A Platform For Creating Icon Fonts

Fontastic is another solid option for that which enables us to choose items from multiple icon sets. The chosen items are combined into a single font with a click where this approach helps minimizing the font size as we only choose the icons needed.

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June 25, 2013 JavaScript no responses # , , ,

Progression.js – Real-Time Hints & Progress Feedback For Forms

Progression.js is a jQuery plugin that shows tips about an active form field and also displays the progress (how much of the form is filled).

Web users are experienced in filling standard forms like contact or comment forms. For non-standard forms, it is always a good idea to inform users about the data expected.

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June 25, 2013 Design , Mobile no responses # , , , ,

Cardinal – Small Mobile-First CSS Framework

Cardinal is a small and mobile-first CSS framework that positions itself as a starter-kit, provides the basics and lets the users customize/develop the rest.

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