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5 Awesome Design and Development Resources (January 2014)

5 Awesome Design and...
Source: Phil Roeder

Happy 2014!

The calendar may have changed, but one day each month we’ll still be sharing with you the latest, greatest resources for digital creatives gathered from around the web. It’s the....

Digital Creative Resource Roundup!

Ring in the New Year with some very cool tools, tips, and tricks.

fonts in use

Fonts In Use

What started out as a blog in 2010, Fonts in Use has become a public archive of typography indexed by format, typeface, and industry. A fantastic place to see typefaces in use and get a feel for how they look and work together.

responsive design weekly
Responsive Design Weekly

The responsive design world moves at an ever quickening pace. In fact a few changes just happened while we were writing that last sentence. To keep up you’ll want to sign up for Responsive Design Weekly to get your dose of tips, tutorials, and articles. All delivered in a responsive format, of course.



Created and maintained by French web developer Thibaut Courouble, DevDocs combines multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable interface. Currently holding around 25 Docs including CSS, JavaScript, WordPress, and jQuery, if you’d like them to include other Docs, you can vote for them here. How’s that for democracy in action?



A web browser that allows you to keep an eye on mobile without losing sight of your desktop. (Note: Do not use while operating vehicle.) Available as a bookmarklet or a standalone Mac program, it’s a responsive web developer’s dream.



Arguably the most popular PHP framework right now, Laravel is free and open source. It’s proponents say it’s powerful and elegant while still being easy to learn and use. That’s pretty much everything, right?

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