Category: Web Design


Best E-Commerce Plugins for WordPress

Starting a small e-commerce website shouldn’t be so complicated that it takes you days to figure out how to set it up and use it. That’s why, we have listed couple of WordPress shopping cart plugins for you here. These plugins are easy to setup, integrate well with your existing WordPress websites and in no time, you will be able to sell products on your own e-commerce store.

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Awesome Jquery Responsive Slideshows

We work on jQuery image slideshows all the time and it’s a great way to showcase content on your website. Thankfully, there are a number of wonderful jQuery slideshow plugins available that integrate well with responsive web designs. Most of them are available free for non-commercial/commercial use, depending on their license agreement. We are listing a handful of them in this post.

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Gorgeous Free Fonts For Your Next Design

While working on projects for our clients, every now and then we come across some gorgeous fonts. Some of them are paid, but lots of these cool typefaces are freely available to use on design projects. Here I am going to share some of my favorite high-quality typefaces which you can download from their designer’s websites. Depending on their licenses, you can also convert these fonts for @font-face implementation as well.

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How Dribbble Can Inspire Your Next Project

If you are a graphics/web designer, then you may have heard about Dribbble. In fact some of you may have been using Dribbble already. For those who are not, “Dribbble is show and tell for designers, who share shots — small screenshots of the designs and applications they’re working on”.

Dribbble is well known for its great community of designers, not only do they raise the standards of design but also provide a great source of inspiration. Talented graphics and web designers from all around the world hang out at Dribbble and share their latest work as small 400×300 pixels screenshots. You can follower designers, like your favorite shot, comment and share through Twitter!

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