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  • 8 basic resources for web design

    13 March, 2018

    When it comes to starting with web layout, or even with prototyping, it is convenient to have these resources at hand that can make life much easier:

    1. ADOBE COLOR CC

    This is very basic but very easy to use and practice when exploring a multitude of colours and defining the palette to use.

     

     For fonts:

    2. GOOGLE FONTS

    This is the best option from which to use fonts on the web. Often, it is preferable to use more common fonts that weigh a few and are known by all search engines, and all that Google Fonts has these characteristics.

    But if what you need is to orientate yourself and know what fonts you should use according to the activity or sector in which you are, you can use font in use.

     

     For icons:

    3. FONT AWESOME

    Directory of icons as a source, easy to link in the HTML of a web.

    But you can also use …

    4. FLATICON

    Directory of icons very easy and intuitive, in multiple formats, editable and downloadable.

     For vectors:

    5. FREEPIK

    It has a huge number of vectors and files in Photoshop format very useful and, above all, free for non-commercial use. Its premium version is worth less than 10 euros per month.

     

    6. VECTORPORTAL

    You can download graphics, illustrations, backgrounds and vector brushes very easily.

     

     Otherresources (CSS, HTML, java, etc)

    7. THE STARTER KIT

    Resources and more resources, everything you need.

     

    8. FREE DESIGN RESOURCES

    A mix of everything. Here you can find Mock-ups, fonts, templates, photos, vectors … And all for free.

     

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