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6th Mar 2014
Share links and messages, have them delete after a set amount of time or a set number of views.
Cover images, profile pictures and ad banners in a free up-to-date Photoshop plugin
Free, Photoshop, PSD
3rd Mar 2014
Unsure how to lay out your content across web, tablet and mobile? Find plenty of inspiration here.
CSS, HTML, Responsive
24th Feb 2014
A comprehensive handbook on digital design covering much of UsTwo's collective knowledge and process.
Free, Photoshop, Productivity, PSD
The if/else ability in CSS looks pretty useful.
Because it's fun when elements aren't where you left them...
Make stuff by convention.
CSS, CSS3, HTML, HTML5
13th Feb 2014
5th Feb 2014
2800 Icons free to download as PNG - Paid if you want the vectors.
A solid introduction from Adam Kaplan.
CSS, CSS3, Grid, HTML
4th Feb 2014
Very nearly perfect. Could have been worded a bit more strongly.
"Replicating and improving the lightbox module seen on Medium with fluid transitions"
A jQuery plugin for extracting dominant colors from images and applying it to its parent.
Origami is a free toolkit for Quartz Composer—created by the Facebook Design team—that makes interactive design prototyping easy and doesn’t require programming.
Free, iOS, Mobile, Productivity
10th Jan 2014
A collection of sites and the fonts they are using.
Fonts, Inspiration, Typography
Bit late for your 2013 year in review site, but there is always 2014.
"Free of known copyright restrictions" Use with cation.
9th Jan 2014
Nice tool for collaborative server management and dev-ops tasks.
A collection of random names from a variety of countries. Nice UI too.
A collection of tools, code snippets, API's etc from the people behind Layervault.
12th Dec 2013
11th Dec 2013
Lightweigh JS widget that allows you to react to the user's scroll.
6th Dec 2013
You wont know how you lived without some of these. My personal favorite, "Create a script of the last executed command" - $ echo "!!" > script.sh
Useful tool from Idan Kamara. Contains 29761 parsed manpages from sections 1 and 8 found in Ubuntu's manpage repository.