It’s that time of the month again for us to share some good stuff that we carefully selected for web designers and developers. In this month’s roundup, we have tools and resources to help you with royalty-free high-resolution photos, a JavaScript library that formats numbers to date and time, font icons for payment options, a tool to help return the workspace to Photoshop CS6, and so much more.

Enjoy!

Voice Elements

Voice Elements

Voice Elements is a JS library that makes using Web Speech API a lot easier. It introduces a brand new element called voice-player, along with a number of options, functions/methods, and events.

Workspace

Workspace

On Photoshop C6’s latest update, you’ll notice that there’s a lack of Web workspace. Photoshop is now mainly used as a support tool to build websites, with the toolbar not much of use. If that’s the case for you as well, then consider downloading this tiny file which will bring back a setup similar to the Web workspace.

HiResStock

HiResStock

Looking for free photos to use on your projects is quite tricky. If you’re not careful, you might end up stirring a legal issue. But with HiResStock, you’ll be in good hands, as it provides a superb collection of high-resolution stock photos that you can use for free. It’s really worth bookmarking.

WinJSWinJS

 

This collection of UI found in Windows 8 and Windows Phone UI lets you find a number of common UI like image slider, tooltip, data picker, search box, and toggle button. This toolkit, however, implements its own animation model and design paradigm. Take note, however, that some of them, at present, only work well under Internet Explorer. Get it now to see how the UI really works.

Moment.js

Moment_js

Moment.js is a JS library that formats numbers into date and time. It supports formatting of many regions and languages, including Catalan, Arabic and Hindi, among many others. It’s a must-have tool, especially for those who frequently build sites or apps that present date and time.

Payment Webfont

Payment Webfont

This collection of beautiful font icons is ideal for payment processor companies like PayPal, Bitcoin, Google Wallet, and Stripe. It’s yet another font icon collection to bookmark.

Hookr

Hookr

Hookr is a web app that records and lists down the growing number of Hooks in WordPress.Simply put, it’s a search engine for WordPress hooks and functions. You’ll be provided with a slider so you can easily slide to change the WordPress version, then you’ll instantly see the number of hooks available in that selected version. For better organization, Hookr organizes this in alphabetical order.

Thermal API

Thermal API

This WordPress plugin gives you WordPress-based website APIs, giving you access to content, extend and publish it in different forms of media. For instance, you can use the API to build a mobile app that shows your site’s content. The plugin supports all WordPress post types and taxonomies.

CSS Font Stack

CSS Font Stack

Sometimes, the default fonts installed in your PC isn’t enough, so you need @font-faceto customize the typographic presentation in your website. CSS Font Stack lists popular fonts that are installed in Windows and Mac, such as Arial, Impact, Times, Georgia and Future, and stacks them in font-familyaccording to its popularity.

Pondasee

Pondasee

Built with Sass and Compass, Pondasee ships with a number of customized Sass Mixins and a bunch of popular libraries like Normalize, Formalize, and Seletivzr, making it a great starting point for you to build a website.

June 2014: 10 Fresh Tools and Resources for Web Designers and Developers0Jennifer Sandra2014-06-11 05:00:20It’s that time of the month again for us to share some good stuff that we carefully selected for web designers and developers. In this month’s rou…