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Meet Tuts+ Reader Crystal Adkins

Name: Crystal Adkins  Location: Pineville, West Virginia  Topics of Interest: Web Development, Graphic Design  Occupation: Entrepreneur For the latest installment in our series of Tuts+ community stories, we're taking you to the small town of Pineville in rural West Virginia, to hear how Crystal Adkins turned a personal blog into a full-time business. The Start of the Adventure When Crystal Adkins and her h ...

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Fast, Stable and Powerful: The NEW Webydo for Professional Designers

One of the most disputed issues in web design today is the seemingly-eternal question: To Code or Not to Code? You’ll hear opinions in every which way but the truth is at the end it comes down to efficiency and workload. If you’re designing for fun and love the developer’s point of view, do that; but if you’re trying to grow your design business the answer might be more complicated. That’s exactly why many ...

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Weekly Design News for Web Developers

This is our popular weekly design news post where we share our favorite design related articles, resources and freebies from the past week. If you have spotted or want to share something that you’d like to be listed in the next issue, please feel free to let us know. You can also check out Webdesigner News for more great content from around the web that can be interest to web designers. Dropbox’s New Androi ...

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Free Download: Solid Glyphs Icons Pack

Squid.ink Solid Icon Pack offers 2000 handcrafted, consistent and pixel-perfect icons ready to use. The icons have been specially built to match the current design trends and to help you expand on your projects. This beautiful icons are perfect to create a unique design experience. Here you can download 50 of their best icons from Free Solid Icons Pack . It includes PSD files for 32px & 64px Icons, PNG file ...

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Wireframing With Sketch: Open Assignment

Welcome to a new Tuts+ open assignment; this time I’ve set a task for those of you interested in Sketch, wireframing, or both! This particular assignment relates to a course I’ve just recorded called  Wireframing With Sketch , available to Tuts+ subscribers, or as a  one-off purchase for $15 .  Open Assignment Even if you haven’t followed the course, you can still try your hand at the assignment and share y ...

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The Command Line for Web Design: Automation with Grunt

So far you’ve learned how to do things like compiling code, autoprefixing, cleaning, compressing and minifying all just by typing a few words. This is great, but what if you have a project that would need you to run several of these commands, one after the other, over and over again until you complete your work? For example: Compile preprocessor to CSS Autoprefix CSS Clean CSS Compile Jade to HTML Concatena ...

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The Manual, Everywhere (and Now on Tuts+ Too!)

We have a brilliant new addition to the Tuts+ bookshelves: The Manual , available in eBook formats to all Tuts+ subscribers! Read on to find out more. The Manual on Tuts+ The Manual Back in 2011, Andy McMillan launched a KickStarter campaign to help him realise a dream: publishing a beautifully crafted design journal, with a focus on the maturing web industry. Each edition would contain thought-provoking an ...

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Designing for WordPress: Open Assignment

In this tutorial we’re going to do things a little differently. Instead of learning something by following a number of steps, I’m going to get you to complete an assignment. This assignment relates to a course I’ve just recorded called Designing for WordPress , available to Tuts+ subscribers, or as a one-off purchase for $15 .  Open Assignment Even if you haven’t followed the course, you can still try your ...

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