Introducing Who Said That

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Today we are happy introduce DI readers to a new, exciting digital product launched in early 2016. Who Said That, is the first quote website entirely dedicated to creativity, design and art.


Who Said That, wants to become a resource for the creative community in search of valuable inspiration for projects, keynotes, lectures or copyright. Each quote features authors, tags, categories and links to original article to enable quick referencing for academics & professionals.

Each user can also like quotes and create a personalized collection of all the quotes he/she ever liked for future reference. All quotes can be sorted by Newest, Random and Favorite. Categories makes it easy to filter quotes that are most relevant to the user. People can also submit their favorite quotes to expand our collective creative horizons.



Who Said That was create by Mattia, one of Daily Inspiration most committed contributor. The website is a celebration of minimalism, typography, flat design and simplicity. As he explained us, the development of the project has been an epic journey away from embellisments and features into simplicity and ease of use. The user interface has been stripped down to the bare minimun featuring only the most indispensable elements- quote, author, like and a more button to access meta-data.


Typography is elegant and simple to celebrate clarity. Who Said That uses the fresh Brandon Grotesque Bold for titles, sexy & roundy Varela Round for the quotes text and the super versatile Source Sans Pro for authors and secondary information as well as the body text for the about page.



Make sure to follow Who Said That on Twitter, Instagram and Ello where he post nicely designed posters for a more visual inspiration.

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Houke de Kwant is a 31 year old frontend developer from the Netherlands and the creator of TheArtHunters (former Daily Inspiration, which was started as part of his study). He is currently working as a front-end developer at Ivaldi, an internet agency in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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