Resources

  • Titania Foto: Free Photo Collections, Made in Germany

    This is a rarity. We often introduce you to free commercial-use photo providers. Rarely any of these stem from Germany, the country were the Noupe world headquarters happen to reside. Of course we have the great resource Pixabay.com coming from here, but besides that, needle in a haystack and such. This new entry we found a few days ago is one of this rare species. Titania Foto, maintained by Tania Timpone, which actually does sound Italian, but anyway, offers quite a few photos and doesn’t cost a cent.



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  • WebComponents.org: All About The Future of The Web

    Web Components were the craze for a while. As with all standardization projects, as time passes, the effect wears off. In 2012 standardization of the web components specs felt near. Today it’s still a work in progress. There are a growing number of promising approaches and technical solutions, though. Instead of forcing you to roam the depths and widths of the web to collect vital information on web components, the community itself, supported by staff from Google and Mozilla, decided to create a central platform, covering all aspects of the future technology. Now that effort is online. It answers to the name WebComponents.org.



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  • Public Domain Archive: High-Res Photos for Free

    The market of free photo providers is growing fast. After a decade of market domination, giant services like Shutterstock and others see themselves faced with a competition that will likely change the whole way this industry is structured. This new breed of photo services is different in one vital way, they don’t take money for the right to publish a picture. Some don’t even require you to mention them or say "Thank You". One of these high-grade new services stems from Athens in Georgia, US. Designer and photographer Matt Hobbs and his wife Shayna created and maintain it. It is still tiny in comparison, but already worth a visit or two.



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  • May Celebrations: 20 Fresh and Free WordPress Themes from May 2014

    Here we have it, our first month with all the new entries to the WordPress theme stage being designed responsive. That was faster than we had estimated. But, we won’t complain. Bootstrap is also continuing to go strong, while minimal design still rules. Administering theme options from a backend options panel is becopming more and more common. Theming is getting easier by the minute. For another month we went out into the wild to search for the newest and coolest WordPress themes available. In the following article, we introduce you to our findings.



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  • HTML, CSS, PSD and More: 23 Free Design Resources from May 2014

    The show must go on. Dedicated to the needs of any designer and developer out there, we here at Noupe maintain a handful of monthly series, bringing you the best and freshest resources available in a few comprehensible posts. Today we continue with our very popular series on design resources. Our favorite this month is Foto, an enhanced photography portfolio template in HTML. As always, there should be something for everybody. If you’re a first-time visitor to this series, scroll down to the bottom of the post where we have neatly listed all the already published parts of our monthly collection.



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  • Google Web Fundamentals: Free Handbook for Multi-Device Web Design in the Making

    A few days ago, Google released a beta version of a stylish and comprehensive new online handbook for web designers and developers to the public. The project is a work in progress and will lead to a more polished version 1.0 in June. Yet, you shouldn’t wait until then, as Web Fundamentals is a fine collection of best practices in multi-device, responsive design just now. Work on the handbook is coordinated via Github, while the product itself has its own shiny website – a best practice example in itself…



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  • Death To The Stock Photo and Good Free Photos – Two More Resources For Your Designer Toolbox

    Images. We’ve talked about these often. Every designer needs them, a lot of resources exist. But the cost of a professional stock photo provider can easily exceed the budget of the average small business. That’s where free services come in handy. We here at Noupe have already showcased a lot of them, still we haven’t managed to cover each and every free photo provider out there. Today we want to introduce you to “Death To The Stock Photo” and “Good Free Photos”. Both are not the conventional kind…



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  • Typography Lovers Rejoice: Font Town Offers More Than 30,000 Free Fonts

    Australia-based Font Town is not exactly a brand-new service. In the game since 2009, Font Town has recently created ripples . This is mainly due to the service enhancements implemented as well as the rapid growth to over 30,000 fonts and the redesign of their UI. All the fonts hosted are free downloads and the user experience can well be called intuitive, while the actual use of the fonts is not always that straightforward. We have taken a closer look at Font Town and checked whether this is the new world capitol of free fonts.



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  • Spring Cleaning: 20 Fresh and Free WordPress Themes from April 2014

    It’s us again, your deep web theme divers. Continuing with our monthly series, we bring forward a new list of 20 fresh themes for a variety of purposes. Although there is a lot of color in some of the designs, the minimalism is still the common denominator. The following themes are very simple, yet advanced and good to be used as is or to experiment with them to create something unique for your or your client’s site.



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  • HTML, CSS, PSD and More: 22 Free and Fresh Design Resources from April 2014

    How was your Easter, if you happened to celebrate it in your part of the world? We did not only find loads of eggs, but also a bunch of free resources for you all to enjoy. Today we are back with another round of HTML, CSS and PSD templates as well as some UI interfaces, all created in the course of the last few weeks. Frequent readers know that we collect the best new entries to the scene on a regular basis. So, add this post to your ever growing collection of design resources. If you’re a first-time visitor to this series, scroll down to the bottom of the post where we have neatly listed all the already published parts of our monthly collection.



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