Each month we present you with the latest, greatest resources for digital creatives from around the web. Which is why we call this feature:
Digital Creative Resource Roundup!
Look below and find five great ways to make you (almost) forget your St. Paddy’s Day hangover.
There were a lot of great web design apps released in 2012, but quite a few designers were all abuzz about Breezi. VentureBeat called it perfect for “obsessive designers, because Breezi provides ‘pixel level control’ over the look and feel of a website created on its platform.” And, for those who love such a thing, it’s drag and drop.
If you’re looking for a place to showcase your app’s awesomeness on all the Apple platforms, Place It gives you the images to strut your stuff. Just drop in a screenshot and you’re done. (How about that, also made by Breezi. Those guys are doing something right.)
Work in a silo no more! According to a paper in the Journal of Consumer Research, background noise can have a positive effect on creativity. Coffitivity is a website with a ten-minute loop of ambient background noise to help boost your creative mojo. It’s like working in a coffee shop without spending the $12 on coffee and muffins.
Our very own dev team just used this to build our latest web project and have fallen in love. It’s a jQuery plugin that “enables filtering, sorting, and dynamic layouts” that are magical. Or so their site says. We agree, but obviously, we might be a little biased.
John David Lloyd: Archive
John David Lloyd has been designing in the UK since the 1960’s. Co-founder of the international design consultancy Lloyd Northover, this is a wonderful collection of beautiful, mostly modern work that’s bound to make you fall in love with design again.
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