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Weekly Wonders 29

Weekly Wonders 29

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Your weekly dose of design inspiration, resources and awesomeness.
Here are Weekly Wonders 29’s champions:

 

The Responsinator
Web: The Responsinator
The Responsinator is a great tool for web developers working with the principles of Responsive Web Design. Thanks to this website, you will be able to see how your website adapts to the screens mobile devices like the iPhone, iPad, some Android phones and the Kindle. Unless you own all of these devices (lucky you!), it’s a very good alternative to the real thing.

 

Dasha Denger
Photo: Dasha Denger
Dasha Denger is a Russian photographer I’ve been following for years now, with reason: her colourful photos are graceful yet vibrant, transporting you to the world of macro photography. Denger also does portraits which emanate an air of calm and romance. Make sure to take a look at her gallery to marvel at her work!

 

Stella aka thinkpastel
Art: Stella aka thinkpastel
Stella is an artist from Italy who is passionate about the minuscule: she creates with clay miniature food. In her gallery, you will find cakes, croissants, pizzas and cookies, to name only a few, that look incredibly real and delicious. Hit her portfolio so see more of these cute creations.

 

Entypo
Freebie: Entypo
Entypo is a set of 100+ beautiful pictograms available in EPS, PSD and OTF formats. Designed by Daniel Bruce, these icons available for both personal and commercial use will look good great on your next web design.

 

Diptic
App: Diptic – $0.99
Diptic is an app which helps you easily combine photos in order to make photo collages. It also has a simple in-app color editor so it’s a pretty neat app if you like playing with frames and montages.

 

Check us out next week for more weekly wonders!

About the author

Tina Mailhot-Roberge is a graphic designer, web designer and illustrator located in Montreal, Canada. She holds a BFA in Design from Concordia University and practices her craft professionally since 2007 .

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