Best Wallpapers on Pexels

Pexels offers free stock photos that you can use everywhere. One use case are setting them as background for your desktop, smartphone or tablet. We have a huge section with HD wallpapers that you can check out. In this article we will show you the best wallpapers you can find on Pexels: Brown Bear Marguerite…

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Sketch (+ More) Giveaway

Pexels is a website where you can find free stock photos. All kind of creative people use our photos for websites and other projects. Another tool many of our visitors use is Sketch. If you don’t already own a license you can win one here. What you can win 1 License For Sketch 3 (worth…

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CSS Clip Path Demos

Clip path is a CSS3 feature that becomes more and more popular. You can use it to cut parts out of an element. To give you a clue what you can do with this CSS property I created three small demos. If you don’t know how to use clip-path I recommend to read this article…

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Pexels 2.0

Pexels started a year ago and has since evolved to a huge database with a lot of amazing free stock photos (and we also launched a website to find free videos). To grow Pexels even further we had to rewrite the whole application. And now with our first anniversary we can present you the second…

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Inspiring Video Headers

We just launched Pexels Videos to find free videos that you can use for your personal or commerical website. To get an idea of how you can use our videos we’ve collected a few websites with inspiring video headers. Exponent BKWLD Lattraperve Risk Everything Poolhousedigital Art, Copy & Code Hanagar Toolfna Airbnb Vimeo Even more…

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Introducing Pexels Videos

Almost a year ago we started Pexels. Since then it evolved to a huge platform for free stock photos. Many designers and bloggers use it every day to find photos for their personal and commerical projects. Now we want to introduce Pexels Videos. It follows the same concept as our previous website and bundles all…

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5 killer CSS talks of 2014

Five talks which cover performance, new techniques, fun facts and the future of how we will structure our CSS code. Web Components & the Future of CSS When Philip Walton found out about Web Components, a light bulb went off and he started to think about how these tools were going to make writing CSS…

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CSS Only Loaders

In this article we showcase some examples of progressbars, loading indicators and CSS spinners built purely with CSS – without JavaScript and without images. 1. Google/Material Design Loader See the Pen xbwVXJ by brunjo (@brunjo) on CodePen. 2. It’s Loading… See the Pen Loading Text Animation by brunjo (@brunjo) on CodePen. Click “RERUN” to see…

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What happens when you’re #1 on Designer News

Last week we posted Pexels on Designer News. We were on place one for about 12 hours. We got 48 upvotes and 16 comments were written. In this article I will share some insights about the DN users and what happend when we were featured. Designer News is a small design community and a great…

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Webdesigner Tools

Websites Every Designer Should Know

This article lists different websites and tools designers should know and I use regularly during my daily work. Inspiration Depending on what I do I visit different sources for inspiration. Dribbble is perfect for high quality designs and Line25 is awesome to get inspired by magnificent websites. Typography To sight beautiful typefaces you can also…

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