Previously we did a free TxEff giveaway contest and the feedbacks were very well received. Jumpeye Components would like to hear more feedbacks from you guys. This time they are giving out the MCTE component. To enter the contest, just write your feedback in the comment form for this post and everyone will get a free copy of MCTE V3 (value $50). In addition, we will draw three random numbers from the comment list to giveaway the MCTE Collection Plus (value $200).
Web Designer Wall is giving out freebies again! This time we are giving out 3 license copies of TxEff, sponsored by Jump Eye Components. TxEff is a Flash Component that allows you to create stunning text animations without ActionScript skills (read review here). To enter the contest, add a comment in this post and you could win one of the three TxEff component giveaways (value $169.97). All comments must be submitted before January 25, 2008.
Last year I did a free Christmas icon pack for fun. They are still looking fresh and cute. So, I just want to announce again in case you missed it last year. The pack included 49 icons in various formats: GIF, PNG, ICO (favicon purpose), and vector EPS (print purpose). It is free. You can use them for any purpose — commercial or personal. Only restriction is you can not resell/redistribute them (ie. upload to istock or offer download on your site). If you like my icon design, you can check out my stock icons.
Next2Friends combines new and exciting services with an enriched online social experience that will rival all existing social spaces. Each quarter they will give away a new Dell Laptop; and each month they will give away an iPod Touch. All you have to do is pre-register (it is free) and be the first to experience the fun and innovative web technology. Next drawing for the laptop is Dec 15th. Next drawing for the iPod Touch is November 15th. For more details, visit Next2Friends.com.
Note: Web Designer Wall does not host the draw.
Urban Dirty is a regularly updated online photo library featuring hundreds of grimy, slimy, gritty and grubby textures (managed by Paul Burgess). They range from crusty concrete to mysterious splats, all intended to bring a bit of dirt to your designs. Images are available in various sizes and offered free for any purpose. They’ll come in handy when creating Photoshop brushes or something like the Deep & Moody tutorial.
First of all, we would like to thank Flashloaded, who provided us with the photoFlow component to complete the PhotoFlip Gallery tutorial. In addition, we are giving out 3 licensed copies of photoFlow. Just add a comment in this post and you could win one of the three photoFlow component giveaways (value $59.95). All comments must be submitted before August 31, 2007 at 12am.