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100 Pictograms in OpenType Font, EPS and Web Font

Posted · Category: CC License, Icons

Entypo is a set of 100+ carefully crafted pictograms available as an OpenType font, vector EPS and web font. They work equally well in size 15, 20 or larger. It’s perfect for websites, apps and digital services.

Entypo Pictogram Suite is absolutely free. Even for commercial use. All released for free under the Creative Commons license CC BY-SA.

entypo-icons

Requirements: -
Demo: http://www.entypo.com/
License: Creative Commons License

Grab the Dominant Color or Color Palette from Images

Posted · Category: CC License, Color Schemes

Color Thief is a script for grabbing the dominant color or color palette from an image. Uses Javascript and the canvas tag to make it happen. This script could be useful for sites that sort and search by color.

With Color Thief you can also build a UI that adapts to the colors of an image. For example, you could add color accents to the UI by changing the font or border color depending on what image is currently being displayed in your portfolio.

A recent example of a color adapting UI is seen on Google Chrome’s new home tab. The dominant color of the favicon is used as the bottom border color on the screenshot.

color-thief

Requirements: JavaScript and Canvas
Demo: http://lokeshdhakar.com/projects/color-thief/
License: Creative Commons 2.5 License

Visualizing Data into Tree Structure with jQuery OrgChart

Posted · Category: CC License, Charts

jQuery OrgChart is a plugin that allows you to render structures with nested elements in a easy-to-read tree structure. To build the tree all you need is to make a single line call to the plugin and supply the HTML element Id for a nested unordered list element that is representative of the data you’d like to display.

You can show/hide a particular branch of the tree by clicking on the respective node. It is very easy to style using CSS. If drag-and-drop is enabled you’ll be able to reorder the tree which will also change the underlying list structure.

jquery-tree

Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4151695/html/jOrgChart/example…
License: Creative Commons 3.0 License

Compile Your LESS CSS Code with SimpLESS

Posted · Category: CC License, Code, Tools

LESS extends CSS with dynamic behavior such as varibles, mixins, operations and functions. As an extension to CSS, LESS is not only backwards compatible with CSS, but the extra features it adds use existing CSS syntax. This makes learning LESS a breeze, and if in doubt, lets you fall back to CSS.

Writing LESS is cool and lightning fast if you compare it to good old CSS and besides, it trains your thinking in solving functional problems. So far so good, but in the end the web needs a CSS file to show your website as it is. Either you embed a javascript file to live-transform your LESS-Code into CSS in your browser or you find out how to precompile your files into standard CSS.

The most powerful thing SimpLESS does: Save your *.less file and, BOOOM, SimpLESS generates a 100% valid standard CSS document out of it. No further steps, it’s that simple.

simpleless

Requirements: LESS Framework
Demo: http://wearekiss.com/simpless
License: Creative Commons 3.0 License

Over 600 Free Minimal Icons for UI Design

Posted · Category: CC License, Icons

DefaultIcon is a repository of elegant, visually unified, minimal icons with crystal clear clarity, based on black color. It can be used for UI design on web, portable devices (iPhone, iPad, Android compatible devices, other smartphones etc) , desktop applications, and generally any kind of electronic or mechanic machinery interface.

The set is completely customizable as it is available in eps format. The package also includes a png format , in black color, and sizes 16×16, 32×32, 48×48, 64×64, 128×128, 256×256. The icons are free for redistribution, commercial and non-commercial, as long as the license is passed along unchanged and in whole, with credit to interactivemania.

default-icons

Requirements: -
Demo: http://www.defaulticon.com/
License: Creative Commons 3.0 License

Automatically Adapts Your Images for Mobile Devices

Posted · Category: CC License, Gallery

Adaptive Images automatically adapts your existing HTML images for mobile devices. No mark-up changes needed. Just drop it in and forget about it.

Your site is being increasingly viewed on smaller, slower, low bandwidth devices. Your desktop-centric images load slowly, cause UI lag, and cost your visitors un-necessary bandwidth and money. You’ve implemented a responsive design in CSS, and need something to adapt your <img>’s too.

A .htaccess rule on the server intercepts any requests for .jpg .gif or .png files which are not inside protected directories. Protected directories are configured in the .htaccess file so that the server does not resize any images which are not content images.

adaptive-images

Requirements: Javascript Enabled
Demo: http://adaptive-images.com/
License: Creative Commons 3.0 License

Free Google Map Icons for Point of Interests

Posted · Category: CC License, Icons, Maps

Map Icons Collection is a set of more than 700 free icons to use as placemarks for your POI (Point of Interests) locations on your maps. You can use them on Google Maps with the “My maps / my places” feature or automatically by using the Google Maps API.

All of the map icons are organized into logical color coded categories, for better and quicker overview, you get a complete and diverse collection of unique markers for point of interests, for example cinemas, hotels, banks, restaurants and stores.

google-map-icons

Requirements: Google Map
Demo: http://mapicons.nicolasmollet.com/
License: Creative Commons License

How to Create Google+ Buttons in CSS

Posted · Category: Buttons, CC License

Google rolled out a new design across many of their services as part of the Google+ launch. The new look presents a sleeker, simplified Google that puts the emphasis on your data and not on the interface. Part of the design’s success are the new buttons.

Great UIs tend to have simple, obvious buttons that are standard across the entire application. Pixify has created Google+ Buttons in CSS that you can apply to your app’s UI. You can also check out Use Apple OS X Lion to Improve Your UI.

google-plus-buttons

Requirements: Firefox, Chrome, Safari, IE7+, IE6
Demo: http://pixify.com/blog/use-google-plus-to-improve-your-ui/
License: Creative Commons License

A Stylish Apache Index with Breadcrumb & Tree Overview

Posted · Category: CC License, Menu

h5ai tries to make browsing directories on Apache servers more pleasant. More pleasant by styling it in a modern way as well as by speeding up browsing through different views, a breadcrumb and a tree overview.

Using such approaches brings h5ai closer to the look and feel of local file browsers and makes browsing files on the server straightforward even for new and unexperienced users. h5ai is provided under the terms of the CC BY-SA 3.0 License.

styled-apache-index

Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://larsjung.de/h5ai/sample
License: Creative Commons License

Tagedit jQuery Plugin with Auto Complete List

Posted · Category: CC License, Forms

Tagedit jQuery Plugin by Oliver Albrecht offers an easy way to add, edit and delete lists of keywords. Keywords can be brought to the user with a autocomplete list. I really like the clean and sleek design of the tags. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

tagedit

Requirements: jQuery Framework
Demo: http://tagedit.webwork-albrecht.de/
License: Creative Commons License

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