The EtnasSoft Library emerged in 2010 as a small personal web space to share some free technical publications that might be of interest. Thanks to the support and interest from the users, the project grew in content until in mid-2011 a more independent platform was launched: this is how OpenLibra was born.
After publishing more than 2.000 titles, a new evolution of the project is released: OpenLibra 2. The service is presented as a completely independent web application, with a new design, features and a social participation system that facilitates its content dissemination.
Stats. OpenLibra in numbers
+150.000Monthly unique visitors
OpenLibra wants to facilitate the search for images and material on the platform for those who want to illustrate articles, news or create their own application. You can find here logos, icons, images, screenshots and even the platform colours among other resources. If you need anything else, do not hesitate to ask.
The official logo is a work from Vanessa L. Reyes (@vaneloana)
Below you can find a template with the entire collection of icons scaled to the most common sizes for mobile applications.
Like any other web project, OpenLibra has its own brand girl. This great illustration is the work of Sara Ismael Andreu (Saisan Disseny)
Some representative screenshots of the platform in different sizes and qualities.
Some banner formats based on ad impression share from highest to lowest on Google’s display networks.
If you are an author and you want to create your book cover using OpenLibra's guidelines, we put at your disposal the template we use.
The format of the various cover proposals is PSD, which works with Photoshop. Also, each file contains the fonts used in TTF format.
If you are going to develop an independent application based on OpenLibra (for example using its Public API), or you just want to know the exact values that are used within the platform, below we provide some references that you might find useful:
The correct platform name is OpenLibra, being both O and L uppercase; the other letters are lowercase.