We think it's important to connect you with subject matter specialists and give you a chance to say hello and ask them a question. Last week, we caught up with Daniel Schwarz for a chat about Sketch 3.
SVG is powerful, but finding a place to put your image is harder than it should be. Here's a scalable, reliable, free SVG image hosting method.
Design isn't something you only do at your desk. Gabrielle has 9 apps to help designers get things done on their iPhone.
It doesn't matter how crisp your SVG text is if it's too small to be read. Responsive SVG lets you prioritize the important parts of you graphic.
You gotta know the current trends before you can swim the other way. Gabrielle has five logo trends that are making waves in 2016.
SVG patterns are a great low-bandwidth tool for designers but setting them up can be hard. Alex shows how Boxy SVG makes things much easier.
'Don't Repeat Yourself' (DRY) is a coding concept but it makes perfect sense for graphic design too. Daniel shows us how Sketch Symbols help us stay DRY.
April's Sourcehunt brings two Open Source goliaths. How would you like to add Fedora and/or Mozilla to your design portfolio?
Sometimes it helps to think of SVG, not as an 'image format', but as a 'recipe'. And once you *really* know a recipe, you can start to change it.
SVG is hot but easily corrupted. Boxy SVG is a free editor that helps you make the most of what the SVG format is good at.
Being able to easily share your Sketch designs is hugely beneficial to your team, clients, and collaborators. Daniel has some answers.
How many gigantic-background-photo sites do we really need? Illustration is a sure-fire way to give your designs a 100% authentic, bespoke finish.
Humans love to look at eyes. We can't help it. But sometimes that can be a problem for our layouts. Alex looks at how you can direct the eye of your users.
Being creative is rewarding but when it's not happening, it's hard to force it. Hilda has some useful steps to work through creative block.
Being able to share your designs in Sketch with very little effort is hugely beneficial to your team. Daniel show us more than one way to do it!
Fireworks is fizzling out, but Adobe has returned with a mystery new UI tool. What is Adobe XD? Will this fiery comet become a star? Dan investigates.
Vectors are becoming more important on the web with the rise of SVG. Mateo looks at a cost-effective option – Affinity Designer.
As 2016 starts to ramp up, we're starting to see strong trends emerging. Zack is on point with a list of the defining styles of the year.
What keeps designers hungry? Fresh meat, of course. Aja has 14 new wells of inspiration to keep you shooting at the stars.
Sometimes the most wonderful creations die for want of a tiny bit of design love. Maybe you can make the difference?
SVG is great but what's the best way to convert your existing JPEGs and PNGs into SVG format?
Sometimes it's fun to trace how great design decision are made. The original Star Wars droids are great case study on how to channel your inspirations.
Good web animation is often a paradox - the better it gets, the harder it is to notice. Gabrielle has 4 tips for using animation in your projects.
Animation is as important to our modern UIs as buttons and menus. Daniel shows us how to prototype complex animations with Atomic.io
Cards, one-pagers, minimalism.. Jerry Cao has talked to designers and put together the definitive list of important web design trends of 2015.
Sketch App has become a viable graphics option for many designers, but it has its... quirks. Daniel looks at some big improvements in the latest update.
The hardest part of finding the perfect image is there are just too many options. We've got three tips to help you save time and narrow down your search.
Design trends have a natural ebbs and flows and it's hard not to get sucked along with the new wave. Workerbee has some smart methods to find your own path.
Designers have always borrowed from other sources, but 'fair use' is a hard idea to pin down. Jeff Koons thought he had an air-tight defence. He didn't.
We all love to be efficient, when does efficient become lazy? Daniel looks at some of the ways we can take our design from generic to fully realized ideas.