Web Designer and Developer Resources #1

Web Designer and Developer Resources

I am a Designer and Developer, too, so I look for valuable resources that can speed up my daily work most of the time. As you are aware, there are many free web designer and developer resources available on the web, which can make you work smarter and faster.

And as I surf a lot and the resources I come across always go in my bookmark, and sometimes I never refer them back when it is required, so I thought to choose this platform to share excellent and helpful resources as and when I came across them.

I hope you will like these, and you can always share the resources with me via comments or tweet me @wittysparks or mail me.

Freebies to Grab:

IKONS from Piotr Kwiatkowski – These quality and helpful icons are Handcrafted, scalable vector icons for designers and developers, with custom icons in SVG, AI, ESP, PSD, CSH, and PNG format. All the 624 vector icons are royalty-free for personal and commercial use.

BlackTie is an excellent website with excellent and free professional-looking Bootstrap Themes for everyone. These themes are unique, colorful, simple, professional, with good typography and flat designs. That’s a beautiful job done by Carlos.

HTML5 Admin – This is a downloadable HTML5 Admin Responsive built using Twitter Bootstrap, contains – Page templates, printable templates, e-mail templates, modern flat look, responsive, easy to customize, and you can get lifetime updates.

Blogs to follow:

Derek Allard – a programmer, author, and award-winning instructor, who builds web applications and other software and holds an honors Bachelor of Environment Studies, and a Master’s of Education.

He is a standard and accessibility supporter who does scripting and database designing, an Open Source & Mozilla advocate, and an author of BambooInvoice, an Open Source online invoicing system.

Ben Frain – A front-end web developer and author based in Cheshire, UK. And Ben Frain is the author of two books, “Sass and Compass for designers” and “Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 Paperback,” and a Speaker, Writer, Front-end developer.

Web Developers to follow on Twitter:


Last but not least:

Share Desk – I am sure most of you might know this excellent website, where you can search for workspace in your nearby location or anywhere you wish to. If you are looking for some unique workspace or meeting rooms, etc., or planning to rent space or meeting rooms or studios, this is the best place to do so.

Not only that, you can even share your space and can make money by giving the length in rent by promoting your collaborative workplace culture.

More to come in the subsequent notes… So keep watching this blog :)

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