Dieter Petereit

  • Next to Naught: Nexa Slab Font, Typeface with Multi-National Characterset, Dirt-Cheap

    Fonts are plain sailing. There is no shortage. Even freely usable fonts are no rarity. Google Fonts even offers a few hundreds of beautiful variants. But, what if you want your design stand out from the rest? What if you are not into buying at the next Trader Joe’s? What if you need multiple language support? Things get a little more complicated, then. Today we got something for you. Keep calm and read on…



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  • Summer 2013: The 25+ Best WordPress Themes of the Season

    A key factor to designer’s success in the internet is to be always at the forefront of – well – design. In this post we will be showcasing the best WordPress themes this summer has brought up so far. Some point design in future directions and can be very well used as inspiration, even if you are not explicitly looking for WordPress themes at the time. Some themes come with exceptional features, maybe pushing you into finding the perfect one for your project, even though you definitely wanted to design it from scratch this time. Well, there’s always a next project…



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  • Free Photos: 10 Freshly Shot Hi-Res-Images From Unsplash.com

    A few days ago we introduced you to Unsplash.com, a project by Ooomf. Today our inbox saw the first update with 10 more photos by different photographers, we thought we should share with you. If you want to receive regular updates on new photos, subscribe to their mailing list. Using this link gets you rewarded with an extra of three photos immediately.



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  • Progression.js: jQuery Plugin Takes the Pain out of Inescapable Web Forms

    From the UK, West Yorkshire county, city of Leeds stems a fresh jQuery plugin, that promises to help visitors fill out web forms by assisting them and providing progress updates. This is the more helpful the longer a form gets – and we all know, web forms can get reeaaallly looong. Two data attributes, added to the form fields, care for keeping track of where the visitor is and what he is supposed to do there.



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  • Tablet Web Design Best Practices: Free Ebook Offers Loads of Useful Tips

    Who would dare to not call the guys and girls of Canadian Mobify experts in mobile web design? They actually are. Though not everyone will find their cloud-based design concepts appealing. A short while ago the people at Mobify decided to publish an ebook on the best practices in tablet-focused web design. They titled the 25-pager "Tablet Web Design Best Practices: 30 Ways to Create Amazing Web Experiences on Tablets". Even more amazing, they give it away for free…



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  • Totally Free: Unsplash.com delivers Hi-Resolution Photos To Your Inbox

    Commercial use photos are always appreciated. In most cases, though, licensing is not as straightforward as you would want it to be. Studying license conditions is not what most of us like to struggle with. Some countries even have legal systems in place, where it is hard for the creator to waive all his legal rights, even if he explicitly wants to. The best way to stay out of trouble is to either shoot each and every photo by yourself or choose pictures with as little license overhead as possible. The new project Unsplash.com by freelancer-platform Ooomf.com promises to deliver exactly this kind of material.



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  • Win Four Nexus 4 in Four Weeks #4

    You remember: To celebrate the relaunch of our official Google+ Page we decided to do you (and us) some good. We decided you should be able to win a high-grade smartphone, while we hoped to strengthen and extend our followership over at G+: a classical win-win situation for the two of us. Last weeks winner has been drawn, so let’s go for the last of four N4. Conditions of partaking are even easier to meet, so read on and secure the last chance…



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  • Freerange Stock: Commercial Use Photos Completely Free Of Charge

    Freerange Stock, relatively new to the market, is a stock photo provider sporting a different approach. All their images are freely usable for private and commercial use alike. They don’t even force you to backlink or attribute in any other way. Money isn’t requested, either. Photographers receive a share of the Adsense revenue of the site. There is only one precondition: you need to open a member account…



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  • Free – The Future of a Radical Price (Audiobook For Free)

    I don’t know anyone working in the field of web-related topics who has never heard the name Chris Anderson. Anderson has spent years at the top-spot over at Wired, one of the most renowned magazines of the last two decades. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller "The Long Tail", too. That book describes a new economy of mass-customization and niche-products. In "Free: The Future of a Radical Price" he analyzes how companies can make money offering their products for free. And it is this book itself, that now comes for this exact radical price: It’s a free download as an audiobook over at NoiseTrade.



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  • Veneer Font Family Bargain: Distressed Typeface for Next to Nothing

    If someone tells you that you look distressed, you won’t jump for joy. That’s because you are no typeface. These actually look darn good distressed. At least as long as the distressed looks are applied by experts. Yellow Design Studio definitely is such an expert. I actually don’t know why, but they decided to offer their top-selling font Veneer for next to nothing via Mighty Deals. Let’s not complain and grab it while we can…



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