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Developer’s library: license-free illustrations

Developer’s library: license-free illustrations. In the last post, I’ve shared my huge list of sources for license-free images (you can read it here).I hope you enjoyed this library of free goodies because today I would like to list my go-to places when I need cool illustrations for my projects.

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Developer’s library: license-free images

The right images are so important on the web. They make a huuuuuuge difference in any project. But have you ever searched the internet for an hour (sometimes more), looking for a good-looking, license-free image, illustration or an icon to go with your new design or project? Yeah…me too. Probably most of the developers were, at some point. Over the time, I discovered quite a few great websites that offer just that, so I’m gonna make your life easier. I’m gonna share my resources with you. Let’s start with images…

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Gutenberg.org website redesign

Fruition of my last assignment- website redesign of Gutenberg.org Medium fidelity wireframes have been done in Adobe XD. Mobile first approach has been used in order to enhance the design as the screen sizes increases, rather than take cool stuff away with a decreased size. After the initial survey, the colour scheme has been changed […]

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