The Mockup Club – Best Free Mockups

The Mockup Club’s mission is to provide you with a one-stop solution for up-to-date free premium design mockups for your next deadline or product presentation.This is a directory of the best free design mockups for Photoshop, Sketch, Figma and InVision Studio.

Origen: The Mockup Club – Best Free Mockups

Similar plugin to GuideGuide for illustrator – Graphic Design Stack Exchange

You don’t need GuideGuide. You can use the canned Illustrator features.

  1. Draw a rectangle to match your outer dimensions.
  2. Choose Object > Path > Split Into Grid.
    • enter the rows and columns you want and any gutters between them and click OK.
  3. Split into grid Choose View > Guides > Make Guides.

You can also tick the “Add Guides” option to automatically create guides which align to the rows and columns.

Origen: Similar plugin to GuideGuide for illustrator – Graphic Design Stack Exchange

DMesh, Triangulation Image Generator


DMesh, designed by Dofl Y.H. Yun, is a custom creative application that turns images into techy artwork. It works by analyzing an image and generating a triangulation pattern for a beautiful finished product. To build the program, Dofl employed a groundbreaking mix of computer vision technologies to make DMesh for someone without any design background.

Origen: DMesh, Triangulation Image Generator

Chart.js | HTML5 Charts for your website.

Easy, object oriented client side graphs for designers and developers.

6 Chart types

Visualise your data in different ways. Each of them animated, fully customisable and look great, even on retina displays.

6 Chart types

HTML5 Based

Chart.js uses the HTML5 canvas element. It supports all modern browsers, and polyfills provide support for IE7/8.

HTML5 Based

Simple and flexible

Chart.js is dependency free, lightweight (4.5k when minified and gzipped) and offers loads of customisation options.

Simple and flexible

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Sergio Peçanha

Sergio Peçanha works for the Graphics Department of The New York Times, coordinating information graphics for the International section. He graduated in journalism by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in 1999 and has been working with information design ever since.

Before coming to the New York, he did graphics for The Dallas Morning News, in Texas, and for O Globo and, in Brazil. He has recently worked in explanatory pieces about the tsunami in Japan, the revolutions in Egypt and Libya, and the Palestinian bid for statehood. He is proud that his work has been recognized a good number of times at the Malofiej, Society for News Design and Communication Arts.

GRAPHIC | Behind the scenes: 18 days that changed Egypt