Tools, apps, websites, software can be well categorized as useful resources that one can make optimum use of to overcome the issues and problems incase they get stuck. Not only this, users can work the smart way eliminating to put in extra time and efforts which otherwise can be invested in other tasks.
Each week, we come up with the list of fresh free tools that we find worth using in different designing and developing projects. With the hope that we are successfully meeting your expectations, we are here with the list of fresh tools of this week. Do you all think, the resources which are being made available to be used to get the desired results are worth enough to be tried out? If you are the one who loves working the smart way, our weekly list is surely helping you out. Let us know by dropping your comments in the section provided.
Latest Tools for Designers and Developers
Icons Mind is where all the great icons are, all of them. With so many services providing top notch collection of icons, one can easily get overwhelmed. But that’s not an issue worth thinking about when you are covered with Icons Mind. Icons Mind is the most comprehensive solution to all your icon needs that are sharp and perfect to each pixel.
2. CSS On Diet
CSS-On-Diet a preprocessor for designers. Remove colons, use mnemonics and much more. Its a CSS preprocessor with quite unique features for ease of use.
3. SVG Loaders
SVG Loaders is a superb collection of loading icons and small animations built purely in SVG, no CSS or JS.
The State Of Web Type is the up-to-date data on support for type and typographic features on the web. Here users can easily search or choose from the features that it comes loaded with and get started.
Clapper is an extensible media player for the web.
PaymentFont is sleek SVG webfont that comprises of 85 icons of various main payment operators and the methods. Just copy or upload the folders /css and /font include paymentfont.min.css and enjoy the icons.
7. Ruby Gems
Find, install and publish! RubyGems as the name hints is the Ruby community gem hosting service that lets users instantly publish their gems and install them.
Nibbler is one free tool for testing websites. All users need to do is enter url of the website and Nibbler will give you a report scoring the website out of 10 for key areas including accessibility, SEO, social media and technology.
The CSS Specificity Graph Generator is a tool that lets users to create specificity graphs for your stylesheets for better insight into how well structured they are.
With this we come to an end of this week’s list of best free tools that have recently showed up. We loved them all for one good reason that each of them claims to help designers and developers in their different endeavours.