All Design Websites In One Place.
Here you can follow 157 design websites just by visiting us. Check the design categories you like by clicking "popular" link at the top menu bar or our other editions such as FoodiePLX, FashionPLX at the bottom menu bar. Once you sign up, you can add more websites, categories you like and remove the ones you don't.
Learn more about MultiPLX or signup for personalized experience.
OmniFocus 2 for iPhone brought a visual overhaul to Omnigroup’s OmniFocus that later made its presence felt in the Mac app.
1Password is the most important app on any device for me. If you use it properly, it will be to you as well.
Calendars 5 — the gorgeous calendar app by Readdle has today been updated to version 5.5, just in time for iOS 8.
I’ve reviewed some great calculator apps on Beautiful Pixels. All of them are unique and get the job done brilliantly.
iOS 8 is scheduled to be released to the public tomorrow, September 17th, 2014. With this release, Apple has made a gigantic leap by offering some incredible new APIs that let 3rd-party developers add remarkable functionality to their apps.
New design bundle from Creative Market. Graphics, fonts, icons, textures, Photoshop plug-ins and more.
The App Store is filled with plenty of time zone converters for iPhone and iPad. Many of the ones that I’ve tried are terribly crafted, have clunky & confusing user interfaces or are just plain ugly.
Mingle is a Gesture-based alternative contacts app for iPhone developed by Sam Ghobril. It sports a minimal, neat & clean layout and a spiffy user interface that lets you perform actions on your contacts, such as call, message, email, tweet, etc.
Silvia Gatta over at Icons & Coffee released this beautiful set of icons this past week that’re designed specifically with OmniFocus 2 in mind.
Laser Dog Games, the developers that brought us the absolutely fantastic Puk, are back with a new game, Alone.
Day One, recipient of Mac App of the Year and the prestigious Apple Design Award, is widely recognized as one of the best journaling apps available for Mac and iOS devices.
Although I haven’t posted on Homescreen.me lately, it has always been a nice place to discover new apps and see what others are using.
Lighting is arguably the most important factor when it comes to photography. How good a photo ends up being is directly dependent on the way a subject is lit.
As kids, we used to love playing sports. Be it football, cricket, baseball or even something as simple as hide & seek, outdoor activities used to be a lot of fun.
Over There 2 is a lovely little location-sharing app for iPhone, built by the same team who brought us Simply North.
Since the introduction of the iPhone 5s, we’ve seen several fitness related apps appear on the App Store.
Remember the time when not everyone’s social pages, websites and phones looked the same? The time before “skeuomorphic” design was even a thing?
It’s raining journal apps here on Beautiful Pixels. It started with Journey for Android, Heyday for iPhone and now STEP Journal has showed up on my homescreen.
It’s been a while since we’ve written about a weather app here on Beautiful Pixels, hasn’t it? Let’s correct that.
Most Android phones today have an LED notification light and many apps have started making use of this with colored LED notifications for their apps.