10 Design Resources for WebmastersDesigning an entire website on…

10 Design Resources for Webmasters

Designing an entire website on your own can often be a herculean task. However, you can make your job a lot easier by using some of the best graphic design tools that the Internet has to offer. These include:

1.Color Supply

Color Supply is a minimalistic and simple app that helps you find complementary colors in the groups of 2,3, and 4. All you have to do is select the colors that you are interested in and it will list the various shades of these colors that go along with each other. You can also change the number of colors in the group on the fly with the arrow buttons.


A website can’t look attractive unless it has high-quality images. The problem is that many of the online resources that offer stock photos don’t have a good variety of high-resolution and professional-looking images. This is why it’s highly recommended that you check out Pexels.com. It’s one of the few websites on the Internet that offers nothing but top-notch photos mainly because each individual photo is hand-picked by the Pexels team. Plus, they tag all the photos so that you can easily find the images that you are looking for.

3. Webdesigner News

Webdesigner News doesn’t directly help you with the graphic design work, but it’s an excellent source of information that can keep you up to date with the new trends in the web design industry.  You can read about new apps and software, case studies, tutorials, and a lot more. In fact, you won’t need to read any other blog ever again as it will bring all the important stories under one roof for you.

4. Tailor Brands

To brand a website, you have to design a unique logo that fits its color palette, brand values, and industry. If you will do this manually, then it can take hours or even days. So, instead you can use an advanced service like Tailor Brands that allows you to create attractive and premium logos in a matter of minutes. This is possible because of the artificial intelligence technology that powers all of its tools including the logo maker. Plus, it’s available as a mobile app too which means that you can create and edit logos when you are traveling or are away from the office for some other reason.

5. Awesome Screenshot

Are you spending way too much time on taking screenshots and cropping them properly to make them fit for use? If your answer is “yes”, then maybe you should try using Awesome Screenshot.

Awesome Screenshot is a Chrome and Firefox extension that allows you to take screenshots easily without launching a dedicated program every single time. This is because it becomes a part of your browser itself and you can just capture different sections of a web page when you need. You can capture an entire page, a certain section, or only the visible area of the page. Plus, you can organize all the screenshots in separate folders for different projects.

6. Flaticon

Need a good selection of high-quality vector icons for your websites? Flaticon has got you covered! It offers over 1,47,000 vector icons in popular formats like EPS, SVG, PNG, PSD and BASE 64. These are neatly categorized in around 30,000 packs to make searching easier and faster.

Most of the icons on Flaticon are completely free but you can also use premium icons by subscribing to its service that costs just $8.5 a month.

7. Google Drawings

If you want to design basic visual elements like icons and shapes, etc. then Google Drawings can be of great help. It’s an image editing tool that’s really simple and easy to use, and it also comes with an invisible background by default which means that when you create a design, then you can directly export it to put it on photos, banners, etc. Since it is also a cloud-based service, you can share your work with others and collaborate seamlessly.

8. WhatFont

Admit it, there are times when you come across a beautiful font on a website and you want to learn its name so that you can find it and use it for your own projects. If you have WhatFont, then you do just that!

WhatFont is a nifty browser plugin that allows you to identify new fonts “one click at a time”. All you have to do is hover your mouse’s cursor over the font you are interested in, and it displays the correct name along with other details like font size and height, etc. It’s as simple as that!

9. Project Felix

There are certain websites that demand nothing but photorealistic visuals. However, creating images that use 2D photography and 3D assets like logos can be quite time-consuming- unless you are using a tool like Project Felix, that is.

A product of Adobe, Project Felix uses machine learning technology to automatically apply the right amount of lighting and shadows at the right spots in your images. All you have to do is preview the results and download the files to use them wherever you want.

10. Canva

With the right design templates, you can reduce your work to a huge extent, and a tool like Canva can provide you with some of the best options. From email headers to infographics, it has a template for everything. All you have to do is pick one that fits your requirements and customize it the way you see fit, and that’s it! It also has a drag-and-drop feature which makes it easy to use for even an average user.   

Designing beautiful websites doesn’t have to an ordeal. So, be sure to use the tools above to observe a drastic reduction in the amount of time that you have to spend on your projects.

Lil Uzi Vert Joins JAY-Z’s Roc Nation

It appears that Lil Uzi Vert has joined JAY-Z’s Roc Nation family. The Philadelphia rapper is now listed on the entertainment company’s artist management directory just a few days after shouting them out with a tag on his Instagram Story during a studio session.

The news comes on the heels of Uzi’s troubles with his record label, DJ Drama and Don Cannon’s Generation Now, who he claims have prevented him from releasing his sophomore album, Eternal Atake. Although DJ Drama has recently said the rapper has their “total support and blessings” to drop the record, Uzi maintains he is still blocked from releasing it and appears to be distancing himself from Generation Now.

Pete Davidson Paid the Bill for Kanye, Kid Cudi, Timothée Chalamet’s Dinner

In a recent episode of Vanity Fair’s Lie Detector Test, Pete Davidson and Machine Gun Kelly talk all things SNL, BDE, surviving the apocalypse, and in Davidson’s case, picking up a massive bill for Kanye West, Kid Cudi, and Timothée Chalamet.

Happy Birthday @KidCudi pic.twitter.com/rPkAvTgDLE

— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) January 31, 2019

The group were dining at Nobu in Malibu to celebrate Cudi’s birthday and “eating a bunch of rich people stuff” with West selecting the most expensive dishes.

“He kept ordering the whole entire time,” Davidson said, before adding that had he known West was joining the group he wouldn’t have put his card on the tab.

“I thought it would be just me and Cudi. Then, Chalamet showed up and then Kanye showed up and I was like ‘Oh, f*ck’ and then I had to book two more gigs in Ohio.”

When asked if West is a dessert guy, Davidson responded, “He’s an ‘order the f*cking everything because I can and then we all have one bite, maybe… because fuck you’… guy.”

Watch the Lie Detector Test episode in full above.