Designious Mega Pack: 111 Premium Vectors with an Extended License – Only $14

Take your design projects to the next level with this amazing set of top-quality vectors from!
In case you didn’t know, Designious is one of the leading figures in the design industry since 2008 and now they’re here with a beautiful collection that you will definitely enjoy! I’m talking about 111 vectors from 10 different sets such as: abstract trees, engraved floral, baroque, laurels, flourishes, seamless patterns and not only.
These vectors are extremely versatile an…Keep on reading: Designious Mega Pack: 111 Premium Vectors with an Extended License – Only $14

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Beautiful Responsive Progress Bars with Animated SVG

ProgressBar.js is a beautiful and responsive progress bars with animated SVG paths. With ProgressBar.js, it’s easy to create arbitrary shaped progress bars. This library provides a few built‑in shapes like Line, Circle and Square but you can also create your own progress bars with Illustrator or any vector graphic editor. ProgressBar.js is lightweight, MIT licensed [...]
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Professional Web Icons for Your Websites and Applications

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220 FilterGrade Photoshop Actions Bundle – only $24!

NOW ON: 220 FilterGrade Photoshop Actions Bundle – only $24!Expires: October 27, 2014, 11:59 pm ESTWith Photoshop Actions, you can quickly and easily give any of your photos a professional upgrade. This Mighty Deal from FilterGrade offers you more tha…

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The Most Common Questions Asked on ShopTalk

As I type this, Dave Rupert and I have recorded 137 episodes of ShopTalk. ShopTalk is primarily a question-and-answer style show. Dave’s early idea was to have it be loosely modeled after the most popular NPR show of all time, Car Talk, which is mostly Q&A. We have guests, and we talk a bit about the guest so people have a sense of who they are, but it’s not exactly an interview show.
We solicit people’s questions on …
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Daily Fitbit stats

My fitbit #Fitstats for 10/19/2014: 10,202 steps and 7.9 km traveled.

Intermediary Pages in a Site Hierarchy

I had a reader write in with an interesting question:
When one has multi-level navigation, do you think it crucial to have an actual page for the top-level item? For instance, About Company, Founder, History.
There isn’t really anything worth putting on the About page that wouldn’t be on the three sub-pages. In the nav, should About just redirect to Company? Should there not be a Company page and its content be moved to About?
Any best practices you’ve found …
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Sponsored: Stack – Task Management for Dev Teams

Stack is a powerful new task management system for Devs and Designers. A simple and fully customizable tool that fits your workflow. Manage projects and communicate with your team hassle free and in real time.
I really like how Stack approaches this. It’s exactly how I would have done it. There are projects – big buckets that tasks go into. Then each project has these columns that you can organize however you want. Each task is actually in a column. …
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A Guide to SVG Animations (SMIL)

The following is a guest post by Sara Soueidan. Sara has a knack for digging deep into web features and explaining the heck out of them for the rest of us. Here she digs into SMIL (and friends), and animation syntax built right into SVG, and gives us this epic guide.
SVG graphics can be animated using animation elements. The animation elements were initially defined in the SMIL Animation specification; these elements include:
<animate> – which allows

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Sponsor: Creative Market – October Big Bundle

It’s always great to have a personal collection of design resources you know that you can use for whatever you like at your fingertips. Vectors flourishes and illustrations, photos, textures, patterns, fonts, layouts, all that good stuff.
No better place to stock up than Creative Market. This week, they have put together a Big Bundle of their best products. From graphics and fonts to photos and Photoshop actions. For only $39, you can fill up your designer’s toolkit with 105 …
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How To Get Started in Web Design

Here’s an answer to how to get started building websites that I fully endorse and isn’t vague. This is going to cost a little money, just like learning to play the guitar requires buying a guitar and some accessories. This is also going to require a little time and mostly isn’t directly about the coding itself. It’s about getting you to a place where you’re doing web design for real and you can’t help but learn!
I’m going to …
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