Dribbble has quickly become one of the most popular design communities on the Web, and many designers have taken to giving away their side projects — like buttons, templates and mockups — as freebies on the site.
There’s only one problem with this: Dribbble wasn’t built to be a discovery engine for free design assets, and so finding them can be a time-consuming experience.
Psddd was created to solve this discovery problem by surfacing the best design resources on Dribbble. The site, which is both a nod to the Photoshop file format (PSD) and the triple “b” in Dribbble, was built using the Dribbble API.
Each resource on Psddd is hand-selected to ensure high quality across the site. Freebies include mockups like this iPad Browser PSD, these colorful HTML/CSS icons, and this attractive music player. Check it out via the link below for more.
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