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5 Awesome Design and Development Resources (September 2013)

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Each and every month we present you the latest, greatest resources for digital creatives from around the web. Which is why we call this feature:

Digital Creative Resource Roundup!

Nights getting a little chilly? Warm them up by spending some time snuggling up to these five toasty tools.

(And if you have any additions, please add them in comments!)

Emmet LiveStyle

Emmet LiveStyle

A plugin for live bi-directional CSS editing which currently works in Google Chrome, Safari and Sublime Text (more browsers and editors are promised later). See changes as you type without file saving or page reloading. Changes made in DevTools of one window will be automatically applied to other ones. Smart!

Free Storyboard Illustrations

Free Storyboard Illustrations

Julian Burford, a designer and illustrator from the Netherlands, shares more than 430 of his illustrations (in .ai and .png format) that you are free to use in your storyboards, sketches, and pitches. Not for final commercial use, but a truly generous gift to the design world!



A great tool for sorting CSS properties so that they’re more organized, readable, and easy to maintain. There are versions for Coda, Textmate, Notepad++, and many other text editors and coding apps, not to mention an online version. (And yes, we’re still waiting for CSSCombover.)


The Grid System

They describe their site as “the ultimate resource in grid systems.” Too bold a statement? You may agree after you see the amazing abundance of tools and advice for leveraging grids into your own creative work.



Just updated again in June, the much-loved Topcoat is an open-source CSS library created to help you build polished, clean, and very fast mobile web apps or sites. New features in their recent release include custom build and theming.  

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