Design

Flexbox: How to Create a Responsive Comment Section with HTML5 and CSS3

March 11th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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How to Create a Responsive Comment Section with HTML5 and CSS3

Very often, when you surf the web, it is likely that you may have noticed how responsive comment sections are more and more becoming a common thing. These are mainly a lot more popular in blogs and some sites that belong to the social media bracket. Here, we shall take a look into how one can easily construct such a responsive comment section with...

Design

Easily Editable Vector Globes in Adobe Illustrator

March 10th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Easily Editable Vector Globes in Adobe Illustrator

There can be a time that you are working on a design that would go well with a globe of the earth. Where to start? Searching for the perfect globe clip art can be a tedious task. Not to mention it would sure need to be in your custom style, with individual line widths, colors and probably rotated to your preferred location. One Stop...

Apps

GoodBarber: Mobile App Development Made Easy

March 9th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are still on the rise. An end of that growth is not in sight. On the contrary, more and more users are browsing the internet while on mobile. Therefore, mobile apps have become a necessity for every serious web business and website to have. But, how do you create a mobile app? Sure, you can learn to...

Inspiration

Five Daily Habits to Stay Inspired for Web Design

March 9th, 2016
by Tim Brown
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Five Daily Habits to Stay Inspired for Web Design

Creating new fresh web design projects that don’t suffer from same-old requires some intention. Luckily there are so many talented web designers sharing their work out in the world, and every week there’s something new that will blow you away with its originality. That is, as long as you’re looking. Just this past week the designer who brought us the exquisite Web Design Field...

Design

Graphic Design Trends That Will Rock 2016

March 8th, 2016
by Sufyan bin Uzayr
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Graphic Design Trends That Will Rock 2016

Graphic design is a genre of its own, and it has its own norms, conventions as well as trends. Much like web design, graphic design too evolves with time and is never static or rigid. That said, graphic design is as much about making a statement and leaving an impression as it is about focusing on user experience and ease of accessibility. So, what...

Design

Best of 2015: 100+ Free Photorealistic Mockups to Make Headers and Presentations Rock

March 7th, 2016
by Nataly Birch
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100+ Free Photorealistic Mockups to Make Headers and Presentations Rock

For us, it is always about the first impression. We trust our instincts, so why not use this knowledge to achieve our goals. If you want to sell a product or increase conversion rates on your website, it is a really good idea to take care of the ‘wrap’. Any service or digital merchandise requires a proper environment to draw the readers’ attention. If...

Cartoons

Cartoon: A Great Opportunity

March 6th, 2016
by Dieter Petereit
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Cartoon: A Great Opportunity

We bring designers together from Berlin to Bombay. Ever heard a slogan like that? I am sure you have. There are platforms out there that try to sell you the international comparability of your designs as an advantage. Let me tell you a secret: It is not! To be more precise: It is not an advantage should you be one of those designers that...

Design

CSS Shapes: How to Line up Images and Texts

March 5th, 2016
by Denis Potschien
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CSS Shapes: How to Line up Images and Texts

In applications such as InDesign or QuarkXPress, letting letters flow along paths is a long established standard for lining up images and text. With CSS3 CSS Shapes allow you to create the same behaviour in the browser. To do so, you can define paths which the text is supposed to follow, as well as define cut-out images, which the text is meant to place...

Design

SVG Filters: How to Apply Them to HTML Elements

March 4th, 2016
by Denis Potschien
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SVG-Filter: How to Apply Them to HTML Elements

You can use CSS3 to add blur, shadow, brightness or contrast to an element. Overall, there are ten filters available. The SVG format knows filter effects as well. Partially, these options overlap, for example when it comes to blur. However, the SVG format knows several additional filters that CSS3 alone can’t create. With little effort, you can add any desired SVG filter to an...

(Free) Services

Google Resizer Cares for Responsive Design

March 3rd, 2016
by Denis Potschien
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Google Resizer Cares for Responsive Design

Thanks to plenty of types of mobile devices, contemporary websites need to be designed for different resolutions and orientations. However, to see how a site looks on a tablet, smartphone, or a standard monitor, it’s not necessary to have all devices ready at all times. Google Resizer is a handy web tool which will easily show you a website for many different types of...

Inspiration

Seven Amazing Neon Dreamscapes Made on Mobile Phones

March 2nd, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Seven Amazing Neon Dreamscapes Made on Mobile Phones

Using mobile phones, these artists are bringing highly unusual weather to the cities of the world. Neon blue clouds and purple fog have descended on urban centers in these seven luminescent dreamscapes. While you might think that these effects require sophisticated skills in one of the powerful pixel editors, such as Photoshop, we are about to surprise you. Read on. The artists below all...

Development

Perfectly Responsive Typographic Headlines with CSS and JavaScript

March 1st, 2016
by Tim Brown
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Perfectly responsive headlines with CSS and Javascript

When charging ahead with all of your new strategies for responsive web design don’t forget the one of most important parts – the typographic headlines. Stay ahead of most web designers by paying close attention to how the headlines are playing out on the page at different sizes. That means being very intentional about the sizing and line breaks for type. Here are some...