Another week, another issue of our “What’s Cool for Designers this Week” and, as usual we bring you the best design resources. We have a list of developers you should keep an eye for in 2014, several iOS and Android awesome apps, a few interesting tutorials, some nasty icons and some great startups. Enjoy!
Top Pens of 2013
These are the most popular Pens of 2013, as decided by Codepen’s super fancy algorithm modified without the age penalty.
20 Developers To Follow in 2014
Tutorial: Vertical align anything with just 3 lines of CSS
8 Time-Saving Hacks for Bloggers
Tutorial: Understanding Inner Shadows in Photoshop
Tutorial: Water Drop Effect in HTML & CSS
Tutorial: View mode switch
Konotor is a two-way communication channel between you and your mobile app users.
Ripple is a cool app that allows you to chat with people nearby.
Basket for iPhone
Basket is one of the best Dribbble clients for iOS.
Horizon is a beautiful iOS app that allows you to take beautiful horizontal videos no matter how to tilt your iPhone.
Dark Sky uses state-of-the-art technology to predict when it will rain or snow — down to the minute — at your exact location, and presents it to you alongside the most beautiful weather visualizations you’ve ever seen.
Duo is a web browser that allows you to keep an eye on mobile without losing sight of the desktop. Available for Mac.
Mag.io is a collaboration tool for teams crafting magazines
Vidd.me offers really easy to use instant video sharing.
With Photosynth, you can capture the places you love in amazing resolution and full 3D.
With widgiFire, you can create a live demo of your widget on any website with zero integration.
Planetary.js allows you to create awesome interactive globes for the web.
50 vectorial EPS nasty icons.