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Web Design Library is a rather old blog, it's been online for about a decade. Christmas posts are a long withstanding tradition of this blog. I've already published one this year. But since I haven't been working here that long it was interesting for me to explore what this blog has to offer. So I read all the old Xmas posts. I've gathered here the most interesting ones, I think you'll like them too.
Christmas is finally around the corner! I love winter holidays and I'm sure you do too. Let's be honest - the reason we all love this season is mostly because of all the presents. I prefer giving than receiving though. So today I come bearing an awesome gift for you! Read on to get an unheard-of discount of 50% off ALL Template Monster web templates! Plus a giveaway of an awesome optimized for social WordPress theme.
Most of us will ask 2-3 questions before we purchase web hosting, usually they're no more than simple ones just to put our mind at rest that we're dealing with a genuine, professional company (especially if it's a brand you've never come across before) but maybe it's time you started asking more specific questions.
Let's face facts - there are new tools and solutions coming online every single day, and if you want to stay current it's a good idea that you're aware these tools and apps exist, even if you don't wind up using them very often. Here's a selection of my favourite UX tools for you to read through, think about and hopefully benefit from.
I don't know if you've noticed, but October is already here. And this means Halloween is not far away. I have selected 30 funny and scary things for your Halloween party 2014.
The world of web development is constantly changing, with new development, business and productivity tools being introduced every single day. The vast majority of these tools will prove to be useful to at least some developers out there, but which ones do you actually need to use, and which ones are just fun to play around with?
Working as a freelance designer affords you an incredible amount of flexibility in how you live your life. You can usually work when and where you want, earn as much (or as little) as you wish. Here you'll find a few good tips to help you make more.