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Free Download: iOS 7 Wireframe Toolkit for Prototyping

André Revin was creating an app flow in illustrator and he made an Ai file iOS7 iPhone 5 mockup for prototyping . He made a pixel perfect wireframe mockup. Super easy to create your prototype. You can download the source file for free and use in their work. There are 28 artboards size of 320 by 568 pixels. You can export each screen separately, and can see all the screens together with relationships. All ob ...

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Waves – Click Effect Inspired by Google’s Material Design

Waves is click effect inspired by Google’s Material Design . It’s easy to use Waves. Download the latest version of Waves from Github repository. Just include waves.min.css and waves.min.js to your HTML file. And Waves is ready to use. Waves works in latest modern browser (i.e. Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari) and also IE10+ ...

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How To Profit From Selling Digital Products (Part 2)

This is the second and final article on how to sell and profit from digital products. In  part 1 1 , we covered many of the benefits of digital products over physical goods as well as the marketing philosophies to help you build an audience for your products. Today, we will be discussing more of the tactics required for a successful digital product business. There’s also a dark side to this world, which we’ ...

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How To Profit From Selling Digital Products (Part 1)

At the end of 2012, I was talking with a good friend of mine who runs a small custom woodworking company. We were discussing business over the last year and a few things we learned. While his business did about double the revenue that mine did in 2012, I made considerably more profit. That’s when it sank in how unusual my business really is: Instead of having a 10 to 20% profit margin like many businesses, ...

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Photoshop CC 2014: What’s New for Web Designers?

Last month saw the launch of the all new Photoshop CC 2014 , with lots of great new features, especially for web designers. In this tutorial, you'll learn about the following new or improved features, and learn how to get started using them: Smart Objects Layer Comps Smart Guides Typekit Integration Font Search Workflow Enhancements Smart Objects Using Smart Objects is a great way to work non-destructively. ...

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Visual Designers Checklist for Your Workflow

Advertise here via BSA Visual Designers Checklist are merely suggestions for your workflow. You can contribute on Github or make a fork and create your own unique workflow checklist. This list is meant for visual designers working within a team setting where visual comps and exploration will be shared with a developer. Checkboxes are persistent (they won’t uncheck on refresh) where localstorage is supported ...

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Case Study: PixelMogul, A Simulation Game For iOS

Are you a web designer or developer who dreams about creating a mobile game and bringing it to the app store? We have good news: Your road to the app store might be shorter than you think! And if you can recall your experience with ActionScript and the Flash platform from days of old, then you’ll even have a shortcut. Building a native app with Flash might sound weird at first. In this article, we will shar ...

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Front End Style Guides: Your Questions Answered

We recently gave our Twitter   followers the opportunity to ask anything they wanted on the subject of Front End Style Guides. Here are the best questions and (of course) the answers! 1. Semantics @anna_debenham @wdtuts What's the difference between a style guide and a pattern library? (In both theory and practice). — Jack Appleby (@jackappleby) May 12, 2014 There are lots of interpretations, but this is ho ...

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