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The Best Deals for Design Apps & Resources

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TickitWickit.com is a popular site that retails heavily discounted bundles of high quality software, aimed at empowering the creative community on a quarterly basis. It comes with a unique concept: everything you buy earns you future discounts. Users can save 2x on every purchase by earning “tickits” – a discount you win when you make a purchase – to save up to 25% additional discounts off future purchases.

Now, they are running a Ten Everyday Promotion for the next 3 Days, they will randomly select ten lucky winners. That’s 30 winners who will get ALL the deals for free for A WHOLE YEAR. That’s 365 days of deals. You can check out their current deals.


There are some awesome deals there like 60% off WebIconSet Deal gives you access to over 1,000 and counting of high-quality and user-friendly stock icons till the end of year 2015! 75% off Themify Deal gives you two developer themes for just $29.


Experiments: Interactive CSS3 Lighting Effects on iPad

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3D transforms are awesome, but they’re even cooler with lighting effects. Tom Giannattasio, working at edX which is a joint venture between MIT and Harvard focused on building an open-source platform for online education.

He has created an Interactive CSS3 Lighting Effects for iPad. The specular highlights are created with CSS gradients and masks. The cast shadow relies on box shadows and transforms. It looks best in Safari browser.


Requirements: CSS3
Download Link: http://attasi.com/labs/ipad/
License: License Free

How to Create PayPal Loading Animation with CSS3

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PayPal is a global e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet. Online money transfers serve as electronic alternatives to paying with traditional paper methods, such as checks and money orders. Most of the websites accept PayPal payment nowadays.

I particular like the loading animation of PayPal while you are logging in. Fabrice Weinberg has recreated the PayPal Loading Animation using Pure CSS. It is absolutely mind-blowing. It’s pretty amazing what can be achieved with gradients. Take a look at it, I am sure you can learn some CSS techniques there as well.


Requirements: CSS3
Demo: http://codepen.io/FWeinb/pen/BeJLo
License: License Free

Awesome CSS3 Border Transition Effects

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When it comes to design the key is to do more with less. Too much makes a page look cluttered, too little makes it look like you are back in the 80s. Luckily web developers can do some amazing things with CSS3 that give a page, or content within a page, that extra “pop” needed to make things stand out and look great without making the site look busy and thrown together.

Here are some CSS3 Crazy Effects with Border Transitions. Originally made by ksk1015. Pretty basic CSS3 code, but amazing output. They are pretty useful when making your image galleries look great and stand out.


Requirements: D3 Framework
Demo: http://thecodeplayer.com/walkthrough/simple-yet-amazing-css3-border…
License: License Free

Users’ New Twitter Profiles Now Includes Cover Image

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Last week, Twitter has updated your profile design again. Users’ new Twitter profiles now includes a Facebook / Google+-like cover image and repositioned profile image. The new striking design is already rolled out to all users.

If you’re visiting Twitter using your computer, you can upload your cover by clicking the image of the cog in the upper right-hand corner and choosing to “Edit Profile.” Choose “Design” from the left-hand menu, and then scroll down to the “Customize Your Own” section.

You will find some of the best Twitter Covers available on the internet from TwitrCovers. All Twitter covers are divided into categories like Nature, Movies, Animals, Art, Games, Quotes and etc. I am sure you can pick few ones for yourself.


Requirements: -
Demo: http://www.twitrcovers.com/
License: License Free

Infographic: What Makes Someone Leave Your Website

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Attracting a potential customer is hard enough. Grabbing their interest and retaining them is even more difficult. It’s important to design your site so that user frustration is kept to a minimum, thereby maximizing customer retention.

KISSmetrics has published an Infographic: What Makes Someone Leave Your Website, is showing some examples of what not to do when designing your website.


Requirements: -
Demo: http://blog.kissmetrics.com/leave-a-website/?wide=1
License: License Free

How to Make Awesome Lasers Effect with CSS3

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Jeff Broderick made some pretty awesome work, and he is showing an awesome laser effect on his portfolio website. And then Ryan Collins thought it was a pretty cool idea. He figured it would be easy enough to make Lasers Effect in CSS3, so he decided to give it a try.

You can hover over the image on the left and see the magic at work on the demo site. At the moment it only works on webkit based browsers. It’s very handy to achieve via CSS3, and the effect is very attractive.


Requirements: CSS3 Support Browsers
Demo: http://www.ryancollins.me/?p=539
License: License Free

Create Stacked Images with CSS3 Pseudo-Elements

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Inspect Element has written a tutorial to show us you can create a simple “stacked” look to some images with CSS3 Pseudo-Elements.

It’s important to note that currently only Firefox supports transitions on :before and :after (the transitions are defined earlier in the page on the pseudo elements themselves) as far as I know. WebKit doesn’t seem to support it in any incarnation at this point but hopefully will add it sometime soon.


Requirements: CSS3 Pseudo-Elements
Demo: http://inspectelement.com/demos/css3/stacks/
License: License Free

HTML5 APIs and Specification for Web Developers

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Whilst we see, read and hear a lot about the new semantic elements in HTML5 we arguably hear far less about the application programming interfaces (APIs) that make up a large part of the specification itself.

In some cases the APIs have been around and implemented for a while, but they’ve never been documented; something which HTML5 has set out to change.

.Net Magazine has published an article: The developer’s guide to the HTML5 APIs, which we’re not going to look at code but instead we’ll focus on describing the APIs, their purpose and progress. So that you will be in the right direction to find out more.


Source: http://www.netmagazine.com/features/developer-s-guide-html5-apis

Bringing Cut the Rope to the Web with HTML5

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Cut the Rope is an immediate favorite for anyone who plays it. It’s as fun as it is adorable. They have just made this great game available to an even bigger audience by offering it on the web using the power of HTML5.

To do this, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team partnered with ZeptoLab and the specialists at Pixel Lab to bring Cut the Rope to life in a browser. The end result is an authentic translation of the game for the web, showcasing some of the best that HTML5 has to offer: canvas-rendered graphics, browser-based audio and video, CSS3 styling and the personality of WOFF fonts.

You can play the HTML5 version of Cut the Rope at: www.cuttherope.ie.


Source: http://www.cuttherope.ie/dev/

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