Design

  • Clipart for VR/AR: Google Poly Provides Free 3D Objects

    Virtual reality can only succeed when it conveys a bit of realism through the use of three-dimensional objects. To free you from the burden of having to create all objects yourself, Google Poly offers a whole bunch of them. Extensive Portfolio of 3D Objects Google Poly is a collection of 3D objects to use in […]

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  • Sonar: Microsoft’s Free New Tool Tells You How Good Your Website Really Is

    In the past, Microsoft was not known as a business that cared about web standards. However, at least since the new browser Edge, Microsoft tries to stick to HTML and CSS standards. Now, there’s a new tool called Sonar, which checks if websites meet the standards, and tests them regarding optimization options and safety issues. […]

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  • Mobile Webdesign: The Right Place For Your Navigation

    The design of mobile web layouts for smartphones poses a challenge for designers time and time again. The little space available on the devices has to be used in a meaningful way – mostly for the content. Thus, it would be best if the navigation took up no space at all, while still being easy […]

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  • 6 Design Courses to Get Your Creativity Flowing

    Do you have a great idea for an app or website, but are completely lost when it comes to the layout and look? Treehouse has some great courses to get you started in design and courses on tools that help you along the way. Put your design hat on and check out these courses for creativity and […]

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  • Adobe’s Project Cloak Removes Undesired Elements From Videos

    The video is pretty cool, but it would be even better if your ex weren’t on it? Adobe’s Project Cloak may have what you need. Sneaks, Technological Experiments, at MAX 2017 During its annual MAX conference, Adobe always gives the visitors a peek at the technologies that are in the works. Adobe calls them sneaks. […]

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  • UI/UX: Faster Page Load Times With Skeleton Screens?

    Recently the apps of larger providers tend to make their loading times seem shorter by displaying a basic frame of the actual layout first; the so-called skeleton screen. Skeleton Screens, Spinner or the Void Skeleton screens are supposed to leave the impression of a fast loading time. This works by displaying the skeleton, the basic […]

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  • Innovative: Wix Code Massively Accelerates the Creation of Web Applications

    It’s nothing short of a revolution. Website builder Wix provides the option to write and edit code. However, this is not even the most significant change coming with the new product Wix Code. Here at Noupe, we’ve been following Wix, the website builder from Tel Aviv for many years already. Based on what we learned […]

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  • Clipart for VR/AR: Google Poly Provides Free 3D Objects

    Virtual reality can only succeed when it conveys a bit of realism through the use of three-dimensional objects. To free you from the burden of having to create all objects yourself, Google Poly offers a whole bunch of them. Extensive Portfolio of 3D Objects Google Poly is a collection of 3D objects to use in […]

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  • By Designers For Designers: Fontbase Organizes Your Fonts For Free

    Straightforward font management is a must in the workspace of every designer. The free Fontbase provides just that and even has a couple more ideas to offer. Universal Tool for the Three Main Operating Systems The reasonably new tool Fontbase is available for free on your Mac, Windows, or Linux device. Originally, Fontbase was made to […]

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  • Fontjoy Combines Fonts Via Deep Learning

    Correctly combining fonts is a complex task, which is mostly taken care of in an overly subjective fashion. The free web app Fontjoy objectifies the selection with “Deep Learning” methods. The suitable combination of different fonts hides plenty of pitfalls that can only be avoided with a significant typography knowledge. In practice, this results in […]

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  • Fontplop: Free Mac App Turns Web Fonts Into Desktop Fonts

    Life can be this easy. Drag your TTF or OTF over to Fontplop, and get a web font bundle consisting of WOFF2, WOFF, TFF, SVG, and EOT in return. Fontplop is a small app for macOS, available for free on Github. You can download it as source text, but also as a DMG, ready to […]

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  • Web Standards Documentation: Microsoft Joins the Mozilla Developer Network

    Microsoft is busily exporting documents that deal with web standards. Target of the export is the MDN, the Mozilla Developer Network. What gives? In times where a reading and thinking human can get the impression that everyone was a splitter, Microsoft’s latest move is well received. Recently, they decided to merge their web standards documentation […]

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  • The Ugliest Fonts Are Used in the East of the USA

    I’ll just say Comic Sans. If you have positive memories related to this font, please send me an email. You can imagine that I don’t expect a lot of mail on that. Of course, Comic Sans is only the fontificated ugliness by word usage, but it surely is not the only ugly font that the […]

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  • Bubbly Backgrounds: Moving Backgrounds for Your Website

    It’s not modern if it doesn’t move. Of course, this also applies to your website’s background. Bubbly Backgrounds are at your service. JavaScript for Bubbles Bubbly Backgrounds is a very small JavaScript written by a Norwegian developer called David who goes by the name of Tipsy on Github. With its compressed 696 bytes, the short […]

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  • Free: InVision Studio Could Kill Adobe XD, Sketch, and Framer

    You love Sketch, just got the hang of Adobe XD, or pay for Framer already? InVision Studio could still win you over. InVision Studio is a tool for rapid prototyping and the creation of production-ready assets alike. This puts it on one level with the favorite weapons from the houses of Bohemian Software, or Adobe, […]

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  • 11 WordPress Themes for Startups and Small Businesses

    You can’t grow a business by placing an ad in the yellow pages and sitting back to wait for customers or clients to show up. In today’s competitive business environment, it’s essential to have a quality website. To efficiently advertise your products and services, you will most certainly need one. Read Also: 50+ WordPress Keyboard […]

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  • 50 Awesome And Creative Web Designer Workspace Setups

    Anyone who works on a computer has a workspace. Some people’s work spaces are clean and look nice, whereas some people just go way over the top. Designers spend a lot of time in front of computers, that’s pretty obvious. So why not make the most of it? With the right setup, your workstation can […]

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  • Things to consider when building a website for a yourself or client

    1) Collaboration between Designers and Developers It is better to be in liaison with the website’s designer, to deliver the best results to your client. Statistics show that website design has become prominent in shaping a business’s online presence. Web developers who collaborate with designers will deliver better results than those who do not. It […]

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  • 8 Best Places to Get a Custom Logo for Your WordPress Website

    Do you want to get a custom logo for your WordPress website? A custom logo helps establish your brand and makes your website stand out. In this article, we will show you some of the best places to get a custom logo for your website within a small budget. Why You Should Get a Custom […]

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  • 3 Essential Design Trends, August 2017

    If the dog days of summer have you longing for a change of scenery, this month’s web design trends are the perfect start. While minimalism has been the “it” style of late, more designers are beginning to shift toward more details and features within the layout. The striking design patterns that we are beginning to […]

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