iOS icons have come a long way since the birth of the iPhone. Not only are they now shared between iPhone and iPad, with the introduction of retina displays the resolution of the these icons is so high it allows the designer to incorporate some unbelievable detail. This post showcases some of the most detailed iOS icons on the web, with some even crossing into the realm of hyperrealism.
Ready made Photoshop UI kits are useful resources for web designers to quickly put together website or application interface designs with buttons, menus and input fields. There’s plenty of high quality free UI kits available across the web, but it’s sometimes difficult to know where to look. This post rounds up the best websites to find great quality UI sets, with a selection of samples from each.
Wood textures in web design aren’t anything new, in fact they were pretty trendy after the days of “web 2.0″ until they kind of lost their coolness. Recently though we’ve began to see wood textures make a return in website designs and iPhone and iPad app interfaces. This post rounds up a showcase of 30 web designs that are all helping make the wood texture cool again.
Dribbble is not only a great website to find insights into what fellow designers are working on, it’s also home to an array of freebies available for download from generous Dribbble users. This post rounds up 30 high quality icon sets that can be downloaded and used in your own projects for free.
Through experience as web designers we memorise all kinds of code syntax, hacks and snippets. With CSS in particular there is a number of rules and declarations that can really help transform your website designs and open up new possibilities when compared to older techniques. This post rounds up 10 declarations and tips that every web designer should have available in their CSS arsenal.