Giveaway: 5 Packs of 20 Responsive Web Templates from DX Themes

Oct 30 2012 by Jacob Gube | 90 Comments

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DX Themes, a source of high-quality WordPress themes and responsive web layout templates, has teamed up with Six Revisions to give out 5 packages that will contain 20 responsive web templates. Each of these packages are normally worth $160.

Read on to see how you can be one of the 5 lucky winners of this giveaway, as well as to find a massive 40%-off discount code on DX Themes products.

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10 Free High Quality Paint and Paper Textures

Oct 29 2012 by Callum Chapman | 1 Comment

10 Free High Quality Paint and Paper Textures

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Announcement: Winners of Monitive Lifetime Subscriptions

Oct 27 2012 by Jacob Gube | No Comments

Announcement: Winners of Monitive Lifetime Subscriptions

We recently ran a giveaway for five lifetime subscriptions to Monitive, a site uptime monitoring service. The subscriptions are worth $990 per year, and the winners will get a subscription that won’t expire. In this post, you’ll find out who the winners are.

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Free Icon Font: Pictonic Cube

Oct 22 2012 by Pictonic | 8 Comments

Free Icon Font: Pictonic Cube

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Announcement: Winners of Fluid UI Lifetime Subscriptions

Oct 11 2012 by Jacob Gube | No Comments

Announcement: Winners of Fluid UI Lifetime Subscriptions

Late last month we held a wonderful giveaway of lifetime subscriptions (i.e. subscriptions that won’t expire) to Fluid UI, an amazing tool for prototyping your mobile apps (normally valued at $129 a month).

Read on to see who the lucky winners of the giveaway are.

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Free Icons: Candy UI Icon Set

Oct 9 2012 by Mauricio Duque | 14 Comments

Free Icons: Candy UI Icon Set

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Awesome Dribbble Designs That Got Rejected By Clients

Oct 5 2012 by Martijn Oud | 19 Comments

Websites, logos, user interface components and icons can — and often do — get rejected by clients and bosses for various reasons. But that doesn’t mean they’re not great designs.

In fact, I’d like to show my appreciation of some excellent designs on Dribbble (a community site for designers to show their work) that didn’t make the cut for reasons like "it doesn’t fit in our design" or "it’s not what we are looking for."

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