Weekly design resources and inspiration – #1
Welcome to weekend! This week I am going to start up a new category called weekly design resources and inspiration from around the design community. I am going to feature some very best graphic design resources, inspiration and articles from some of the popular design blogs. I hope the resources featured hereunder will be very useful to you. Let me know what you think of this idea. Have a great weekend!
The icon set is called “Buddycons” and includes 126 vector social media icons. Included in the set are PNG versions of all 126 icons in both circular and rounded variations as well as a vector source file for easy resizing. The icons are free to use for personal and commercial usage, however, redistribution is not allowed, so if you’d like to share these icons with your friends, please direct them to this page so that they can download their own copy from here.
Since typography is one of the most challenging and important aspects of web design, it’s important to have useful tools that can make things easier. Here’s a list of tools that will be a big help in making your typography beautiful, and you won’t even have to leave your browser.
These seven tips can help you give an effective, accurate, and clear project quote that’s neither a sales killer nor a risk to your freelance longevity.
Futurism is an artistic movement formed in Italy around 1910 that tried to express the energy and values of the machine age. While the style has changed some since its beginning, it still focuses on using futuristic styles for its time. In this post I will share with you a collection of 31 abstract & retro futuristic designs.
Sport logos are fantastic to work with – some of the world’s greatest brands are sport-related (think Nike, Adidas, ESPN and Everlast). Golf is a popular sport with wealthy and successful people – as such, golf businesses (such as golf clubs, golf courses and golf websites) can be extremely lucrative. With such a savvy client base, the marketing, branding and (of course) logos of these businesses needs to be sophisticated (as well as sporty).
The importance of colors can be described by only one sentence – “Color to life is like salt to food”. Colors can change your mood, determine your attitude, whenever you see color you can feel its pleasing effect within your soul. In other words, in life colors express a lot of meanings without saying anything.