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Keeeb, The Free Next Generation Knowledge Management System for Everyone

May 28th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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Keeeb, The Free Next Generation Knowledge Management System for Everyone

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Bookmarking services are a dime a dozen. So, I wasn't too keen on checking out yet another iteration by the name of Keeeb. But, and I honestly mean it, I'm glad I did. Keeeb is not simply a social bookmarking service, it is a knowledge management system and it levels up the quality of my...

Design

Learning by Pulling Apart: An Interview with UI/UX Designer Matt Dempsey

May 27th, 2013
by Tara Hornor
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Learning by Pulling Apart: An Interview with UI/UX Designer Matt Dempsey

Every once in awhile, we come across an amazing story of someone in the design world who seems somewhat hidden or insignificant. Matt Dempsey is such a someone. His career as a web and graphic designer begins at the very young age of 13 and includes such inspirational highlights as hiring a developer to build an app that was acquired...

Design

The Perfect User Interface: GoodUI Equips Web Designers with Solid Marketing Knowledge

May 24th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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The Perfect User Interface: GoodUI Equips Web Designers with Solid Marketing Knowledge

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Jakub Linowski, UI designer from Toronto, Canada, is used to be working for the bigger brands. He obviously possesses knowledge not only in the field of webdesign craftsmanship but also in the field of marketing. The latter is what he conveys through his side project GoodUI.org. If you are a web designer interested in maximum...

Inspiration

To Eat With Your Eyes: 40+ Delicious Food Typography Designs

May 23rd, 2013
by Tara Hornor
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To Eat With Your Eyes: 40+ Delicious Food Typography Designs

Delicatessen and fabulous fonts are two sources of inspiration for me, and when they are combined, even better! In fact, it's really very clever to create beautiful typographical designs with food. Designers then have the chance to trigger cravings with the food, which viewers then associate with the typography. Of course, most food typography is purely for artistic...

Essentials

Maximum Quality: 44 Free Fonts for Creative Designers

May 22nd, 2013
by Dirk Metzmacher
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Maximum Quality: 44 Free Fonts for Creative Designers

font1 We did it again. We curated more than 40 high-grade fonts for your designing pleasure. Each one is equipped with additional info as to whether the font is private and commercially usable and in which format it will be delivered. Most fonts contain special characters from several languages, but as our audience is international, we...

Design

Book of Wisdom: 7 Things Web Designers Can Learn from Print

May 20th, 2013
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Book of Wisdom: 7 Things Web Designers Can Learn from Print

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Although the knowledge in effective web marketing has increased over the last decade or two, there is still a great deal that web designers can learn from print designers. After all, print marketing has been around since the invention of the printing press and roughly five-hundred years of successful designs can’t...

Design

CSS3: InDesign-Like Text Formatting with Exclusions and Regions

May 17th, 2013
by Denis Potschien
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CSS3: InDesign-Like Text Formatting with Exclusions and Regions

css-regions-exclusions-w550 It's Adobe again. They made two proposals to a coming standard, which would lead to the possibility to format and present texts on websites just as we already know it from DTP software such as InDesign. With Exclusions we will be able to let text flow in any shapes and forms, while Regions will allow...

Inspiration

Back from the Shoe Box: Audio Cassette Revival Art Work by Benoit Jammes

May 16th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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Back from the Shoe Box: Audio Cassette Revival Art Work by Benoit Jammes

Children of the Seventies and the Eighties are likely to be particularly interested in what we want to show you today. French artist Benoit Jammes found a bunch of audio cassettes in his basement, yet did no longer own the appropriate player hardware. So he went ahead and sculptured the former sound sources to something more...

Development

HowTo: Build (Sort of) an Instagram Clone with HTML5

May 15th, 2013
by Noupe Editorial Team
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HowTo: Build (Sort of) an Instagram Clone with HTML5

instafuzz-home-550 When I started out on this app I was only really just interested in seeing if the web platform had really evolved to a point where an app like the hugely popular Instagram app could be built using just HTML, JavaScript and CSS.  As it turns out we can in fact do exactly that. ...

Deals & Giveaways

Decals Galore: Your MacBook Gets a Unique Look with our MacStickrs Giveaway

May 14th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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Decals Galore: Your MacBook Gets a Unique Look with our MacStickrs Giveaway

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MacStickrs, a small company based in London, wants to help you make your MacBook feel more like it is yours and yours only. To achieve that, founders Aleksandr Karev and Jaroslav Urban designed a decent set of non-obtrusive stickers with a twist. Instead of taking the Apple face off and putting their own thing up,...

Essentials

SkyFonts: The Best Way to Use Google Fonts on Your Desktop

May 13th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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SkyFonts: The Best Way to Use Google Fonts on Your Desktop

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Google Fonts, this is the new name of the former Google Web Fonts, the well-known web font directory under Open Source license. There is nothing new to this announcement, other than the name change. You might associate the possibility to not only use Google Fonts on the web with the new name. Yet, this possibility...

Essentials

Glimpse, a Chrome Extension for Mobile Web Developers

May 10th, 2013
by Dieter Petereit
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Glimpse, a Chrome Extension for Mobile Web Developers

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Mobile web development is lots more demanding than classical desktop design, because it extends the stage to screen sizes you usually do not have at hand while developing. Of course you might be able to do proper testing on target devices, but doing so on every step of the way would blow up the efforts...