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HTTPS Everywhere Redesign

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HTTPS Everywhere Redesign

HTTPS Everywhere is a free and open-source browser extension for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Brave, and Firefox for Android, which is developed collaboratively by The Tor Project and the …

Introducing Logobridge

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Introducing Logobridge

At Ura we have been constantly working with open source projects to get their branding up to speed. While we love working on fully fledged visual identities for projects, we are aware that some …

Underexposed 2019

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Underexposed 2019

During early January (7-11) Elio and Anxhelo from our team participated as mentors in the Underexposed event organized by Simply Secure in Berlin, Germany. Simply Secure Underexposed Collective is a …

SecureDrop Style Guide

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SecureDrop Style Guide

Our next project, in the series of funding from OpenTechFund, is SecureDrop. SecureDrop is an open source whistleblower submission system that media organizations can install to securely accept …

I2P Style Guide and Usability Study

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I2P Style Guide and Usability Study

Back when Ura was founded in 2016 we only had a small landing page and a Patreon to help fund the time we help Open Source projects. It was very little but the thought that people would support us …

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Open Source Design Summit 2018

During the first weekend of November we had the pleasure to facilitate the annual Open Source Design Summit in the city we are based in, Tirana. Open Source Design (short OSD) is a community of …

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LibreOffice Conference 2018

As part of dedicating our efforts to improve local grassroot initatives, we were delighted to be curating the visual identity of the LibreOffice Conference (short LibOCon). The conference is organized …

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Thunderbird Style Guide and Usability Study

Since early on, we had a special connection with Thunderbird. While many users moved to web-based mail clients, we always preferred using a single mail client to manage our mail and calendar. In fact, …