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Font Lovers this is another Designcuts deal you need to go check out! You’ll get 470 Definitive Fonts in one superb collection. This is a huge deal for only $29, and it even includes some of the world’s leading font families, like Futura.
Yes, Designcuts has another incredible deal again for only $29! This time it's a huge collection of assets going from glitter effects, to vibrant florals and cute illustrations.
If you’re a fan of the vintage art style you’ll love digging through the wealth of quality design resources. With this vintage bundle from Designcuts for only $29 you can bring the past back to life in your designs in all its detail and authenticity. It contains grungy markings and surfaces, old vintage fonts and easy-to-use brush packs.

Espresso 3

12 Jul 2017
When it comes to coding in CSS & HTML, I've always been a huge fan of Espresso, the fantastic application by MacRabbit. More after the jump.
Good news! There's another jam-packed vector collection bundle for sale again over at Designcuts for only $29. The bundle includes some amazing design resources to kickstart your creativity.
There is another great bundle for sale again over at Designcuts for only $29. This one is possibly their biggest collection ever as I kept on scrolling. Even if you would only use just a fraction of this collection it's really worth the buy because its really extensive and very diverse.

All about icons…

05 Apr 2017
In many of the projects I create there’s an important role for icons. They are everywhere and in almost every application or website we use (especially outline icons). Sure you can custom create them but that’s not always useful or practical. I only do this for the special ones that need a more personal or specific approach. So instead of trying to re-invent the wheel I turn to my always expanding icon library. I’m always on the lookout for the best icon resources. Here’s are the latest additions to it.
As a graphic designer, I have a lot of textures, patterns and backgrounds collected over the years. I actually have a whole library of them, but it’s something you never have enough of. You always end up needing something you don’t have yet.
As a designer you know that presentation is everything. When you put your creation in a real scenery it’s easier for the client to get an idea of how it will turn out once finished. You could schedule a professional photoshoot or shoot it yourself, but even then you would be spending hours digitally superimposing your artwork into place. That’s where having a mockup library comes into play.
On Wednesday I came across this wonderful deal on a bundle of design resources. It's an extensive, diverse collection. More after the jump.
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