Here at HOW, we strive to bring you graphic design inspiration in all its forms, whether that means revealing the creative whys and hows behind noteworthy projects featured in HOW magazine, delivering to you a compelling book or download that inspires top-notch design, or sharing with you the top design websites we come across.
This month, HOW art director Adam Ladd brings you the latest “Top 10″ websites for designers, some of which will provide you with sought-after design resources, and others, like Designerboard and Muzli, that are sure to give you a healthy dose of design inspiration.
A curation of design inspiration and news from Dribbble, Behance and LayerVault, distinguishing between popular and recent shots.
This Chrome extension aims to provide design inspiration and links to helpful resources and blogs for designers with hand-picked content from around the web.
Simply pick two colors to start and this site will generate a material design color palette with all the specs for primary, secondary and supporting colors.
Designer Eduardo del Fraile presents his work with natural photographs of objects in a timeline environment, all with subtle movements as you hover over them.
This Auckland-based consultancy uses whitespace and a clean grid with subtle colors to share their work.