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    Welcome to the New Home of Web Design on Tuts+Webdesignthumb
    Things at Tuts+ are forever changing, but the regular visitors among you will notice a particularly obvious change to the Web Design content; it has a new home!Read More…
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    Making Web Icons SmarterIconic retina
    This article is the first in a three-part series showing the new approaches to iconography Iconic will be delivering. If you like what you see in this article, please consider backing Iconic on Kickstarter.Read More…
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    Exclusive Freebie: iOS 7 Omnigraffle and PDF Stencil KitUikit retina
    It's not something you'll see very often on Webdesigntuts+ these days, but occasionally we just need a bit of candy, right? Here's a great freebie file for you; an iOS 7 Omnigraffle and PDF stencil kit, courtesy of Sourcebits, free for personal or commercial use. Go get it!Read More…
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    The Web Designer's Guide to Google GlassGlass retina
    As I look up into the screen just above my right eye, I think about all of the things Google Glass is: the future, a communication device (and a great one at that), a conversation piece, a camera, information literally right in front of your face, and as of the latest update, a web browser.Read More…
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    Become a Better, Faster Front-End DeveloperBetter retina
    So you're a pretty great web developer already. You've got some killer CSS chops (cross browser even), perhaps you've been a Photoshop expert for years, and you've got enough jQuery knowledge to make almost any chained animation go smoothly. But certainly you ask yourself, what's next?Read More…
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    During previous articles, we've focused on being more creative, or overcoming obstacles which prevent you from being creative. Today, we're making the sometimes difficult connection between creativity and business.Read More…
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    Learning from Historic Web ArchivesHistoric archives retina2
    There are a plethora of resources available to aid in your success on the web. From countless analytics and SEO applications, to thousands of articles and reports from our peers. For anyone who runs their own website we can use these resources to improve and fine tune the online experience we give our visitors. One oft-overlooked resource is the Internet Archive, which contains years of fine-tuned updates and improvements from the world’s biggest and most successful websites - and we can learn from them.Read More…
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    Goodbye, Adobe FireworksFw dead retina
    The real world as we all know, is a place of hard knocks, bottom line economics and tough decisions. After one such decision, and a controversial one at that (see the number of comments), Adobe have this week announced that Fireworks, their unique product for web designers, will no longer be developed beyond the current version - apart from a few operating system updates and bug fixes (some long overdue).Read More…
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    Intellectual Creative BlockIntellectual retina
    Beating any form of creative block is difficult, but hopefully this creativity session has helped so far. Today, we'll conclude our coverage of creative block, discuss some creativity techniques and prepare ourselves for becoming more creative.Read More…
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    CSS4 is Coming: What You Need to KnowApril 1 preview retina
    The Internet is constantly evolving — it's hard to believe rickrolling is six years old, Internet Explorer 6 is twelve years old, and CSS is nearing the public release of version 4. So what's new in CSS4? I've taken a look through the entire CSS4 spec, hand-picking the best parts. Here are just a few of them.Read More…
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