✏ Issue #486: Sketch In 2021 And Beyond, Exciting New Tools For Designers, Pinterest Sans, Bootstrap 5, and more…

View this newsletter online Unsubscribe
WebDesignerDepot
NEWSLETTER ISSUE #486 MAY 13, 2021
Sketch: In 2021 And Beyond

Sketch has been a stalwart of UI designers for years; it was one of the first apps to challenge Adobe’s dominance. To keep up with the challenge from newbies like Figma, Sketch is developing a raft of new features, from workspaces to real-time collaboration. Pieter Omvlee and Emanuel Sá explain more in this state-of-the-app post.

Pinterest Sans

Pinterest has been revising its visual identity into something more cohesive, and in the process, has commissioned Grilli Type to create Pinterest Sans, a corporate typeface that works well over imagery. Jenny Brewer reports on the project with some fascinating insights from the designers on what makes Pinterest Sans a good solution.

                                       
                                                       a0                    
                                                       ac                            
- AD
Bootstrap v.5

After months of development, Bootstrap version 5.0 has finally been released. The latest major version of one of the Web’s favorite frameworks introduces some core upgrades, including a handy offcanvas component for keeping things…off-canvas, updated form controls, RTL text, and there’s even a slick new logo to enjoy.

26 Exciting New Tools For Designers, May 2021

Each month we scout the Web looking for the very best new releases and then publish this roundup of the most exciting new tools for designers and developers. In May’s edition, you’ll find free illustrations, plenty of super-helpful dev tools, developer toolkits, some slick productivity tools, and as always, some great free fonts.

Every Design Is A System

The Web is filled with articles on design systems: how to build a design system, how to use a design system, how not to use a design system… According to this great post by Benek Lisefski, every design is a system, and the mark of a great designer is thinking systemically. It’s a must-read post for anyone designing for the Web.

CSS Hell

Do you set your measurements in pixels? Do you overuse specificity? Do you add browser prefixes? If you’re making any of these mistakes in your CSS, then you should check out CSS Hell, a fun site that explores common CSS mistakes, explains why they’re problematic, and offers a good alternative solution with examples.

Trendy Web Color Palettes And Material Design Color Schemes & Tools

The complexity of color use has moved on from the simple minimalism of a few years ago, and vibrancy and contrast are the designer’s go-to choices in 2021. In this timely article, the Awwwards team looks at the latest color trends in web design and covers various tools and resources you can use to pimp your own site.

mult.dev: Travel Visualizations

mult.dev is a free project that generates a simple place-to-place visualization animation. Create a trip around an animated globe by specifying real-world locations in the simple app. The animation can be square, landscape, or portrait, and when you’re happy with your trip visualization, you can copy and paste the embed code.

Want more cool news? Click here to automatically subscribe to WebdesignerNews...





 

Sent to you
unsubscribe from this list
Buddy Industries Inc. · 1372 Seymour Street · Suite 3105 · Vancouver, BC V6B 0L1 · Canada

Older messages

✏ Issue #485: Design Leaders’ Salaries, 3 Essential Design Trends, Adobe Font Recommendations, Winter CMS, and more…

Thursday, May 6, 2021

View this newsletter online Unsubscribe NEWSLETTER ISSUE #485 MAY 6, 2021 3 Essential Design Trends, May 2021 Spring is a great time to explore new design trends and find fresh inspiration. Every month

✏ Issue #484: 20 Best New Websites, Fonts Of The Top 1000 Websites, Mighty Browser, Designing Search, and more…

Thursday, April 29, 2021

View this newsletter online Unsubscribe NEWSLETTER ISSUE #484 APRIL 29, 2021 20 Best New Websites, April 2021 Each month we put together this collection of the best new websites we've seen launched

✏ Issue #483: Intrinsic Typography, Heartbeat of the Earth, Exciting New Tools For Designers, TinyVid, and more…

Thursday, April 22, 2021

View this newsletter online Unsubscribe NEWSLETTER ISSUE #483 APRIL 22, 2021 Redefining Web Design On Editor X Experience a seamless creation process from concept to production with advanced design

✏ Issue #482: Get Ready For Next Month’s Google Shakeup, Open Data Design, Uncut Open Source Fonts, Design Systems 101, and more…

Monday, April 19, 2021

View this newsletter online Unsubscribe NEWSLETTER ISSUE #482 APRIL 15, 2021 TemplateMonster One of the best places on the Web to buy and sell digital products is TemplateMonster. It stocks thousands

✏ Issue #481: Sensory Design, 3 Essential Design Trends, A11y Public Library, Container Queries Are Coming, and more…

Thursday, April 8, 2021

View this newsletter online Unsubscribe NEWSLETTER ISSUE #481 APRIL 8, 2021 The Principles of Sensory Design Most of us navigate the world using a complex, interrelated set of senses of which sight is

✏ How to Avoid SEO Disaster, 6 Types of Web Design, Simply Markdown, and more...

Sunday, June 20, 2021

Work at the Intersection of Data, Design, and Technology [ad] SPS.NORTHWESTERN.EDU An Alternative Voice UI to Voice Assistants SMASHINGMAGAZINE.COM COMMENTS Simply Markdown - Easy Create Markdown with

✏ Is AMP Dead and Do We Care? React Markdown Editor, Bad vs Good Designs, and more...

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Poll: Is AMP Dead, and do We Care? WEBDESIGNERDEPOT.COM COMMENTS Bad Vs Good Accessible Designs USABILITYGEEK.COM COMMENTS Client-Side Routing in Next.js SMASHINGMAGAZINE.COM COMMENTS React Markdown

The 25 Best Accent Chairs, According to AD100 Designers

Friday, June 18, 2021

Plus, more sourcing inspiration. View in your browser | Update your preferences Architectural Digest AD PRO logo image Welcome to the PROcurement, our new weekly roundup of the best designs to source

✏ 40 Javascript Memes, CSS Specificity Calculator, HTML Semantic Tags Sheet, and more...

Friday, June 18, 2021

The Problem with UX/UI Portfolios MARKBOULTON.CO.UK COMMENTS CSS Specificity Calculator POLYPANE.APP COMMENTS Your Image is Probably not Decorative SMASHINGMAGAZINE.COM COMMENTS Top 40+ Javascript

What Will Back-To-Normal Look Like?

Friday, June 18, 2021

A weekly dispatch from Architectural Digest's Editor in Chief. ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌

UX/UI Portfolios, Feels, Bear Plus Snowflake, Optical Size, Aspect Ratio

Friday, June 18, 2021

The 5 best design links, every day. Curated by a selection of great editors. Email not displaying properly? View browser version. Sidebar June 18 2021 The problem with UX/UI portfolios markboulton.co.

RWD Weekly #462— the one about the little yellow book

Friday, June 18, 2021

No preview text for you this week, you've got to commit to reading this one by opening it first :) Read online Hello again, welcome back to RWD Weekly #462 happy Friday! This week I've been

Meet Image Optimization, A New Smashing Book

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Meet Addy Osmani's new book on image optimization: from formats and compression to delivery and maintenance. Brand new book: Image Optimization by Addy Osmani. Dearest Friend, How do we deliver

🔥 Dashing Mobile UI Designs and more

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Round Up The Newest UpLabs Weekly Freebies 🤠 Check out some fresh high-quality Freebies that have been handpicked for you by the UpLabs team this week. The New Super Fast Way to Build a Website

Holly Hunt Reinvents Herself Once Again

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Plus, a houseplant sells for almost $20000 at auction (image) Architectural Digest AD PRO Logo house plant - philodendron Think You Love Houseplants? This One Just Sold for Almost $20000 Read More →