How’s it going, people? Our radars have been working this first month of the year and they’ve picked up some of the coolest new releases in the web design and development worlds. We’re bringing you icons, coding tools, mockups and some other freebies you better discover yourself. Go ahead and enjoy the show!
This freebie contains six different logo designs, twelve icons and a brush file for Photoshop; all in an old school style to give your projects a quirky image.
A mockup based on real pictures but separating all objects and shadows into layers, editable with Photoshop.
Check out this bundle containing a few magazine mockups for both front and back cover, as well as the open magazine. Available in PSD format.
A free series of logos, frames and mockups with an old school feel to give your business image a memorable presentation.
The Apple Watch release is right around the corner, make sure your apps are presentation-ready with this colorful set of mockups.
A pretty jQuery plugin for recreating the colorful preloader seen on various Google products. Look at the bar on top of the page to see what it’s all about.
A neat set of components that make use of the Web speech API in order to synthesize voice (text to speech) into a cool robotic character.
This free tool allows you to develop HTML5 apps and run them on a variety of devices including PCs, Smart TVs and mobile devices.
A great tool for those who have heavy customer support load. Manage your tickets with multiple agents, keeping track of all interactions.
A user interface library, similar to ‘React’ but bringing its own set of innovations to the table.
The classic set of material design icons, editable with Sketch. They include a bounding grid that can be easily removed.
A free set of minimal outline icons provided in AI, EPS and PDF formats.
This post provides a showcase of various icons designed by Michał Kulesza, as well as a free download at the end.
A collection of modern-looking icons displaying all sorts of writing and stationery related items.
A great tool for developing and publishing websites, available exclusively for Mac.
A gigantic collection of info displaying screen sizes, operative systems, pixel density and other facts from various smartphones, tablets, desktops and laptops.
Make full screen HTML5 presentations that can be controlled with keyboard and touch commands.
Make charts automatically by entering the link for a CSV file or Google Spreadsheet. Very useful for displaying the info in visual form.
A bit of a cheat sheet including all sorts of elements you can paste into your CMS.
A framework that serves as a great starting point for the creation of internal business applications.
This article from the Ghost blogging platform shows how they managed to increase their ”conversion to Pro” rate in 1000%
A collection of very useful plugins for the Sublime text editor. They will help you read the code better, autocomplete and collaborate with other devs, among other things.
An article talking about how NoSQL databases came about, what role they play in today’s development world and where they are headed from here.