Clay.CSS – Use this library to add 3D claymorphism styles to your design.
Wanda – Check out this open-source design system built for digital products and experiences.
PHP in 2022 – What the popular language has in store for us this year.
Announcing Parcel CSS – Get the details behind this CSS parser, compiler, and minifier.
Mesh·y – This browser-based tool will help you create mesh gradients that can be exported as PNG images.
A few lesser-known Figma tips – Helpful hints to increase your efficiency in the design app.
Simple.css – Use this classless CSS framework to enhance the look of HTML elements.
hue.tools – Explore this open-source toolbox for colors.
The Secret to Successful Food Packaging Design – Take a “field trip” into the design process behind some of the industry’s most successful and effective food packaging designs.
Beercss – This framework will help you build Material Design elements.
Design Editor – Similar to Canva, this app lets you create images in React, draw diagrams and arrange compositions. From there, you can export to multiple formats.
Omni – A Chrome extension for managing tabs, bookmarks, browser history, and more.
Are Low-Cost WordPress Projects Worth Your Time? – The answer depends on what exactly you’re looking to gain.
iPhone 14 Mockup – No, the iPhone 14 hasn’t been announced as of this writing. But this free Figma mockup provides a glimpse of what might be.
Perusing the Digital Junk of a Web Designer – Digging through 20+ years of fonts, apps, and dead projects.
Proge – Test your programming knowledge with this guess-the-language game.
Brutalita Sans – Give this experimental text editor/brutalist font a try.
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