Spring is well and truly here, and so are some more gems of web design inspiration (opens in new tab)! We've rounded up the best new tools, books and apps all web-based folk need to treat themselves to this month, check them out below.
01. Sketch Camp (opens in new tab)
Sketch Camp is a range of online courses for creative explorers, aimed at helping you get your Sketch skills up to scratch. It's a no-subscription, pay-once setup, and you can choose from the 'cub scout' package or a more extensive 'park ranger' option.
02. Go Freelance (opens in new tab)
If you’ve always wanted to go freelance but weren’t quite sure how, this book from Dave Ellis could be for you.
03. Do Fly (opens in new tab)
Written by Aardman’s friendliest employee, Gavin Strange, Do Fly promises to be your passport to following your passion.
04. Atomic Design (opens in new tab)
Brad Frost’s popular methodology has finally been committed to print. Read it for free online, or show some support and pay for a copy.
05. V for Wiki (opens in new tab)
Viki has relaunched as V for Wiki, but still offers a great way to explore Wikipedia on your Apple device.
06. DotsPlus Notebook (opens in new tab)
The result of a popular Kickstarter campaign, DotsPlus notebooks include a ‘super grid’ design.