Articles by Noupe Editorial Team

Essentials

Collection of Classy and Clever iPhone Wallpapers

November 8th, 2011
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Collection of Classy and Clever iPhone Wallpapers

With so much talk about the iPhone 5 making its way around the web, we figured that it was time that we put together a collection of iPhone wallpapers for our readers. Knowing how fond the design and development community is of decorating their devices, we turned to some of the finest iPhone...

Inspiration

Illustration Inspiration for the Weekend

October 14th, 2011
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Illustration Inspiration for the Weekend

On multiple occasions in the past, we have compiled the works of several artists to give our readers an extra dose of inspiration for the weekend. This post follows along that theme, only we are refining the inspirational artists to a particular medium, illustrators. So this installation is going to veer off a bit from...

Design

What Do You Think is the Ultimate Browser Feature?

October 6th, 2011
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What Do You Think is the Ultimate Browser Feature?

The web plays such a large role in our modern lives, even for those of us not working in one of the many industries which are based there. Be we users, web workers or both, internet browsers are a major part of how that experience all goes down. For designers and...

Photography

The Wild Side of Photography: Wildlife Photographers

October 4th, 2011
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The Wild Side of Photography: Wildlife Photographers

One area of photography that requires as much patience as it often does bravery, is wildlife photography. But the breathtaking pay-offs are usually wonders to behold. Wildlife photographers have some of the most respected and impressive galleries to file through when one is looking to appreciate the art of this industry, or as...

Design

Web Design & Development Podcasts

September 29th, 2011
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Web Design & Development Podcasts

Not long ago we had a post that discussed the role that podcasts have been playing in the design field. After which we were asked for a post that focused on more web design and development related podcasts for our readers. Something of a proverbial playlist of shows that are currently helping to shape the...

Business Online

A Roundup of Valuable Facebook Tools

September 23rd, 2011
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A Roundup of Valuable Facebook Tools

Not long ago we had a post featuring some valuable Twitter tools, and we received requests to do the same kind of post for Facebook. In the interest of giving our readers what they want, and the community content that is useful, this post was born. Today we are presenting a list of...

Design

Compilation of Well Designed Donation Pages

September 8th, 2011
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Compilation of Well Designed Donation Pages

As web designers and developers we tend to view the web somewhat differently than most. Our work keeps our focus tuned to the finer points of the field as we browse, even in our time off. We tend to get inspiration from this way of seeing the web. Hints of techniques or approaches to...

Essentials

Free Fonts : A Walk on the Grunge Side

September 5th, 2011
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Free Fonts : A Walk on the Grunge Side

With so many free fonts available on the web today, it is easy to miss out on some true gems in the typographic arena. It is hard to stay on top of the latest developments and releases when there are so many outlets to turn to find your fonts. Today we...

Business Online

How To Spend Less Time With Social Media

August 17th, 2011
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How To Spend Less Time With Social Media

With Google+ hitting the scene, many in the design and development communities have had their productivity schedules thrown up in the air. This latest development in the social media networking waters has caused many to once more, begin losing themselves and their time to that old familiar interloper. So we have had...

Design

Websites Shouldn’t Look The Same Across Different Browsers…Here Is Why

August 11th, 2011
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Websites Shouldn’t Look The Same Across Different Browsers…Here Is Why

Not long ago, on our sister site Smashing, we had a post discussing the communities adoption of HTML5 and CSS3 before they have become standards, and during that dialog we stumbled across another point that needed a bit more diving into. It was proposed that client's expectations are somewhat unrealistic...