10+ Absolutely Best Web Resources for Web Designers

This post sums up some of the best and most efficient resources for web designing, that really deserve your attention. They are a “must-have” when talking about web design projects.

1. Ultimatumtheme.com


Ultimatum is a WordPress theme builder, that lets you create your own and unique WordPress designs. To get started, you simply create a template (which can be the base of your entire design). After making the settings for your template, you create your site’s “layouts”, which can be either partial layouts (header and footer) or full layouts.

Besides its powerful Layout Builder, every design you make can be perfectly seen on any kind of device. Ultimatum is Mobile Friendly, build with a responsive design that will give users the chance to access your site on their laptops, desktops, smartphones or tablets. Even more, if you take the Pro version of Ultimatum you will be able to easily make your own mobile web application of your site with only a few clicks! However, if you’re stucked to the normal version, you still have many features to choose from, including Social Share Plugin, Fast Loading, Custom Widgets, Child Theme Support or a Huge Font Library.


2. Browserling.com


Browserling is absolutely the best tool we’ve recently used. With Browserling you can now browser test your website in all the browsers in a few seconds. It supports Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari and it runs the most popular operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and others. (Android, iOS and Mac OSX support is coming soon.)

It takes you just a few clicks to start testing. Go to browserling.com, enter your website, choose OS and browser, click “Go” and you’ll get a live interactive browser! Also, the best part is that the service installs the latest browsers as soon as they come out, so you’ll get instant access to the latest browsers.

Browserling is also useful for quickly testing weird looking websites that you don’t really trust. If you’re concerned about getting infected with viruses or trojans, the browsers run in secure Browserling’s infrastructure, so there is no need to worry. Try it out!


3. Instapage.com


Instapage is exactly what you need if you are looking to build landing pages to really up your marketing game. By using it, you don’t have to worry about something not being clear because they focus towards the lesser skilled users, with no coding experience. This way, you can use a big range of pre-built, customizable templates and the drag & drop editor to build a landing page, complete with custom forms, for whatever purpose.

However, if you want to make it not so common, you also have many customisation options to help you enhance your landing page, but not too much because they still want to keep it simple. In comparison with Unbounce, it is much more easier too use, as it hasn’t got so many controls. It has a lot simpler interface, providing you with the basic needs only.


4. Jumpstartthemes.com


MVP Ready comes with a multitude of original and easy to use components, such as: Notification Center, Custom Layouts, Custom Stat Layouts, Form Validation, Data Tables, Pricing Tables, Social Feed, Image & Video Gallery, 519+ Font Icons. All are this are meant to help you get your project started quickly and with little effort, while also being sure that your work will definitely be a success. Also, MVP Ready is compatible with Chrome 14+, Safari 5, Firefox 5+, Internet Explorer 9+, Opera 11 and can be accessed on your Smartphone


5. Shrinktheweb.com


Shrink the Web provides a lot of exclusive pro features like inside page, custom size, widescreen or full length captures or even URL-to-PDF conversion. You can acces them by buying your own account(basic, plus or enterprise) but you can also try it with a free account for the first time. It has the fastest times possible for captures and it is easy to use and install, making it able to be used by everyone.

6. Powermockup.com


PowerPoint’s toolkit, PowerMockup, helps you create and add wireframes, mockups, shapes and icons to your PowerPoint presentations, but the good news is that it works on mobile applications too. It is simple to use and has a vast library of shapes but if you’re feeling creative you can also add your own shapes that you can share with others.

7. Themify Ultra


Ultra is a Themify theme for WordPress that helps you speed up your site development, both for yourself and the clients. It has a drag & drop builder, thus in order to create a design you simply import a layout, change the text, image, and done!


8. Teslathemes.com


Whether you’re brand new to creating a WordPress blog, or just looking for a new theme than your existing one, or you want advice for the good maintenance of your website– TeslaThemes is the right place! The themes are packed with lots great features powered by a robust Framework, all at an affordable price.

9. Themetrust.com


ThemeTrust Create Theme provides you a full control over styling and design so you can rearrange home sections in desired order. This plugins provides you with a flexible canvas where you can add tabs, widgets, custom content modules just within a moment, being a great plus to your website.

10. Snappages.com


SnapPages is a well-designed website that, surprise, helps you create your own website or blog, their motto being “do-it-yourself” isn’t “go-it-alone”. They also have an interesting feature called Ecommerce, because it lets you integrate some of the best ecommerce solution for your website making it perfect for your business no matter if you have only a few products to sell or a big online store. They provide a lot of customizable and professional themes and great designs for your website or blog.

11. MHthemes.com


MH Themes is a great site for developing feature rich premium magazine WordPress themes, which work well with dynamic news websites, online magazines and other editorial projects. They have a great responsive design and a lot of awesome custom widgets. In conclusion, the tools above will save you a lot of time when working and will make all your tasks a lot more easier than before, so I advice you to give them a try!


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