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The documentation for Foundation is great but for some of us newbies it would be helpful to see other websites built by the foundation community so we can learn various techniques that aren't addressed in the foundation documentation. Is there a place where we can compile a list of the websites built with Foundation? Maybe there is something like this already available and I just dont know where to find it. I know there are website examples and case studies on the Foundation website but surely there are more sites out there built with Foundation? I want to see Foundation grow and surpass Bootstrap so we need to get the word out about all the sites built with Foundation. Hint, hint...somebody needs to create a site similar to "Built with Bootstrap"

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The documentation for Foundation is great but for some of us newbies it would be helpful to see other websites built by the foundation community so we can learn various techniques that aren't addressed in the foundation documentation. Is there a place where we can compile a list of the websites built with Foundation? Maybe there is something like this already available and I just dont know where to find it. I know there are website examples and case studies on the Foundation website but surely there are more sites out there built with Foundation? I want to see Foundation grow and surpass Bootstrap so we need to get the word out about all the sites built with Foundation. Hint, hint...somebody needs to create a site similar to "Built with Bootstrap"

Courtney Ivey about 5 years ago

Hey there...

In the top bar menu under the first dropdown, there are a few links to case studies and website examples that might be helpful.

Learn > Case Studies: http://foundation.zurb.com/learn/case-jacquelinewest.html
Learn > Website Examples: http://foundation.zurb.com/learn/website-examples.html

There's also another page that lists sites that are "Built with Foundation":
http://zurb.com/responsive

Also, PatternTap is a great resource for some awesome functionality that is in use on quite a few Foundation sites.

http://patterntap.com/code

Rafi Benkual over 4 years ago

Does that site exist anymore? Looks like it's not being maintained.

As Courtney mentioned http://zurb.com/responsive has all kinds of sites built with Foundation. A greater list can be found here: https://index.woorank.com/en/reviews?technology=zurb-foundation&page=01

There are tons of tutorials about Foundation. Here are just a few:

http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/20511-getting-started-with-foundation-5
http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2013/11/how-to-get-started-with-foundation-5/
http://ieatcss.com/zurb-foundation-framework.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kk6KpKK5Jjc Videos by James Stone (Foundation Certified)

We write lessons for free: example - http://zurb.com/university/lessons/66

And if you want to learn from the people who created it and continue to maintain and use it: https://zurb.com/expo/foundation-intro

JapperCat about 5 years ago

As a previous Bootstrapper, I was really looking for something similar to this site:
http://lovebootstrap.com/bootstrap-site-showcase/ where members of the Foundation community could add a foundation site and view sites built by other members and promote the Zurb community. Also, I would love to teach my students and others about the wonders of Foundation but the documentation seems to be geared towards experienced designers and leaves a lot of beginners struggling to find answers. While there are thousands of websites, tutorials, videos etc to learn and find answers about Bootstrap, the resources for Foundation are very limited.

If the prime directive for Zurb is "to provide a framework that allows others (and ourselves) to build better designed future-friendly sites" then we in the Zurb community need to provide more resources for others to learn from. But it seems like the focus has shifted more towards building apps and less toward websites and maybe that's a game changer for Zurb. But for those of us who are still teaching web design and love Foundation for its responsive framework, its discouraging.