Good things are hard to find

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I don't know about you but I personally read a ton of tweets and blog posts everyday from designers/developers I respect in the industry. Every once in a while I'll come across some awesome tip or maybe a new time saving tool and when I do I'll neatly tuck it away in my Pocket account (if you don't use Pocket I highly reccommend it, especially if you're obsessive about saving things like me).

Putting it there gives me the piece of mind that it'll never be lost or forgotten and when I'm ready those golden nuggets will be there waiting for me to use. Problem is, I rarely ever go back and find those awesome things I save let alone use them. I have hundreds of articles in there and I've probably only read about 10% of them. So starting today I've decided to stop the madness and begin sharing what I save with you. I'll feel better about making good use of this stored away knowledge and you'll get to benefit from it too, it's a win-win situation.

So without further adieu, here's my list for today:

Batch : 300+ Icons for Web & User Interface Design
An awesome set of free icons from Adam Whitcroft.

Style Tyles
A design deliverable consisting of fonts, colors and interface
elements that communicate the essence of a visual brand for the web.

The Bricks
A free pack of great UI components from designmodo
that'll help you save time on your next website mockup.