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Weekly Recap: AngularJS 1.3.0, Responsive Sliders, Hero Images, Freebies and More!


This week we had a variety of topics and news, and we gather all of them here in this Weekly Recap.

Something that was worth the wait like the Angular JS 1.3.0 Release, a basic but really useful guide of web design if you are giving your first steps in this world, an article explaining the importance of navigation design patterns, the trend of hero images, 38 logo design tutorials, freebies and more!


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Weekly Recap: The future of web UX, Github Student developer pack, freebies and more!!


The weekend is almost here, and we are back with another edition of the Weekly Recap.

A lot of interesting and amazing news such as GitHub Student Developer Pack, great tips to deal with unresponsive clients also you will take note of a few things you have to do if your going to hire a designer, update of Evernote with some cool news,  the hot design trends shaping the future of web UX, and of course FREEBIES! :D

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Weekly Recap: UI-Cloud, Sketch 3.1, Walk & Ride Freebie and more!


Finally Friday is here! and as we are used to, we wont leave the Pixel2HTML headquarters without giving you another edition of the Weekly Recap.

This week we had a big  variety of interesting topics, from UI Kits, UI-Cloud a really large database of UI elements, updates like Sketch 3.1, loooooots of freebies and more! So take a break and get ready to enjoy this weekly recap to start the weekend!

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Our 10% discount is up! Hurry up those clicks.



We’re happy to announce our 10% discount is back! So don’t worry if you forgot to code that website or you don’t have time to multitask, we can get you sexy pixels into top-notch HTML/CSS and JavaScript in no time. Get your order placed, and have some quality markup coded at a great deal. What could be better than that?

But waste no time, you can get this deal by clicking on the image above between now and July 25th.

Come on, make your design come to life now! You’ll be psyched with it when you see it.

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Interview to Alejandro Vizio, Aerolab’s creative director


Hello guys! We know how much you love interviews, so here we come back with another one, just for you ;)

This time we interview Aerolab’s Creative Director, Alejandro Vizio. He’s an amazing designer and web animator, and with a dribbble that precedes him, he was the perfect candidate for a Pixel2HTML interview. He kindly accepted, and gifted us with the inspiring words you can read below, and a piece of his great work. Skip the jump and read on, friends! Read More


Make your website beautiful and fast, for everyone!


With the rise of responsive design it’s been clearly stated that we need to adopt our website to every device available in order to reach maximum conversions and visits. But responsive designs are not always as accessible as we would want them to be.

It so happens that in many occasions a responsive design looks beautiful in every device, but in mobile enviroments it has a loading time that, with the variation of mobile internet connections can lead to a conversion-dropping loading time. Read More

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Weekly Recap: SVG workflow, web font crossbreeding and more


Happy Friday pals! The day is almost over, but you already now, it’s never a full Friday until you see the Weekly Recap ;)


Today we’ve gathered some more than interesting links for you, with very didactic content: How to follow a workflow to create SVG images, some royalty free image resources, git tutorials, and a bit on the Basecamp redesign. Stop for a second, click more and enjoy! Oh… and have a great weekend :)


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Lean Design: A quick introduction


Lean design is a practice that’s been popular for some time now, but what does “lean design” exactly mean?

Lean refers to a way of doing a particular task with a clear objective and a defined focus. In the case of lean design, this would mean to focus entirely and constantly on the user.

And user centered design rocks. We all know that, but in order to do it properly, we have to add a lot of work and research for us designers, it’s more than aesthetics. It means designing something in a way that it will satisfy user needs, expectations and abilities.

With all this said, in order to apply lean design properly to your workflow, you have to pay attention to these 4 aspects. Read More

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