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6 vintage logo kit

A vintage starter kit including 6 Logo / Insignias (AI), 12 Icons (AI), an ABR brush file for Photoshop to add texture to your final piece using the Eraser Tool.

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3 Christmas icons – EPS

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3 Christmas icons – EPS




Here is a small set including 3 vector shaped Christmas icons and released in EPS format. Designed by Dasha.


Teracy Wireframe UI Kit for Sketch

It’s always a good idea to begin with a wireframe when beginning a new web design or mobile app project. Wireframes can be a big time saver as they help both designers and developers come to an agreement on placement of major UI elements. The key is to get the layout nailed down so you don’t have to change major layout when detailed design elements are in place.

In our design process at Teracy, wireframing and mockups takes an important position. We have developed a wireframe kit to speedup the design process and use it in our daily design workflow. Today, we are excited to share the version of our wireframe kit that we are using, which includes the most common UI elements in web projects. This is the second UI kit we share to Sketchcommunity, you can also check out our first freebie Bootflat UI kit for Sketch shared not a long time ago.

Here it is, hope it’s useful for all Sketch lovers!

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25 BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED BAR AND PUB LOGOS FOR YOUR INSPIRATION

Inspiration is an important part of the design process. Whether you’re designing a website, logo, or business card, creative ideas are a necessary part of the process.


New-found inspiration can come from any number of different sources and each designer has his or her own preferences.

In this post I’ll provide some inspiration for bar logos with icons and text effects. I’m specifically focusing on the topic of logos for bars and pubs that could work anywhere in the world. Hopefully these examples can spark creativity for your own projects.

Is Wordpress the New Frontpage?

In the “Web 1.0” era of the mid-1990s to early 2000s, Microsoft Frontpage lowered the barriers to web publishing. It was easy to use (especially with MS Office familiarity), it was collaborative—enabling multiple authors to contribute to a single website—and it enabled otherwise non-tech-savvy users to add a variety of dynamic elements, such as forms, polls, discussion boards, and guestbooks.