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5 Awesome Design and Development Resources (July 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!

Here’s a few design and development resources guaranteed to light up any creative’s night (or day).

If you have any additions, feel free to add them in comments!

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CSS Modal

CSS Modal lets you create modal windows entirely with pure CSS, with added JavaScript for extra flare. It’s optimized for mobile use and can be used as a Sass plugin. Sweet!



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Secret handshake

The Secret Handshake

An online resource for student designers and creatives looking for insider insight, honest answers and solid solutions to help them get ahead. Advice given includes resumes, portfolios, and the application process. One of our favorite speakers from AEA San Diego, Jessica Hisch is on here as well as designer Stefan Sagmeister -— we could recommend it on their advice alone!



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iOS 7 Icon Template

Created by UI/UX designer Rob Sim, this awesome iOS 7 app icon template includes iTunesArtwork, iTunesArtwork@2x, iPhone, iPhone@2x, iPad, iPad@2x, Settings, Settings@2x, Spotlight and Spotlight@2x, all in Photoshop (PSD) format. All the icons you need for production, ready to go!

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