20 Newest High Quality Photoshop PSD UI Kits

Free high quality PSD UI kits are very useful to designers. PSD UI kits usually contain buttons, inputs, button groups, selects, checkboxes and radio-buttons, tags, menus, progress bars and sliders, navigation elements and more. Here you’ll find free PSD UI sets for web apps, websites, dashboards and even mobile! We’ve searched for the newest high quality PSD UI […]

500+ Free PSD Web UI Elements For Download

I always try to post as many web design resources as possible for me. In this article I collect a huge huge list of free PSD Web UI Elements for download. These elements are very useful for both newbie designers and also for professional web designers. These elements include from free icons to free sliders […]

10 Web Typography Rules Every Designer Should Know

When someone visits a website you’ve designed, the odds are that they don’t care much about the colors, images or sounds, they’re immediately looking at the text. No matter how many bells and whistles you’ve built into a website, everyone relies on text to accomplish whatever they’re visiting the site to do. That alone should […]

12 Tips for a More Accessible Website

Making your website accessible to everyone is not only a moral duty, it’s a legal obligation. Many organizations, including the International Olympic Committee, have been sued for not making their websites accessible enough. With 50 million Americans suffering from some disability or other, improving your site’s accessibility makes clear commercial sense too. Related Posts:“Call to […]

Navigation Menus: Trends and Examples

Navigation is the most significant element in web design. Since web-layouts don’t have any physical representation a user can stick to, consistent navigation menu is one of the few design elements which provide users with some sense of orientation and guide them through the site. Users should be able to rely on it which is […]

10 UI Design Patterns You Should Be Paying Attention To

Design patterns were first described in the 1960s by Christopher Alexander, an architect who noticed that many things in our lives happen according to patterns. He adapted his observations to his work and published many findings on the topic. Since then, design patterns have found their place in many areas of our lives, and can […]