Fresh Tools of the Week [13th December – 19th December]

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Another week, another compilation of best free tools that has functionally smart tools, apps, websites and every other resource that ensure to help users the best possible way. Hard work definitely pays off but then if you are smart enough to keep yourself aware of the useful tools that have been created to help cut down on extra time and effort that could be used for some other purpose which will enhance your productivity and efficiency is definitely a wise thing.

People who work smart get the work done the right way, at the right time; the only thing required is the know-how of best useful resources that could be used to get the desired results easily and comparatively faster. TheNeoDesign team is dedicated to help you all narrow down the search thereby further saving on your valuable time for which we prepare the list of best useful resources, inspirational stuff and much more all published under the same roof. All you need to do is stay tuned in anyway you wish to be it through social networking websites, e-mail subscriptions or bookmarking.

Check out what all tools we have included in our this week’s list. Hit a jump to sneak a peek!

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Latest Tools for Designers and Developers

1. Christmas Joy!

Keeping the Christmas spirit high, we came up with the nice ideas like Wonderful Collection of 65 Creative Christmas Wallpapers11 Best Christmas WordPress Plugins to Decorate your Site, 17 Latest Free Christmas Icon Sets 201415 Best Free Christmas Flyer Templates15 Christmas Gift Ideas for Designers and Developers. We thought of mentioning the same just incase you are running short of time and much of Christmas preparations are still to be done.


2. UX Project Checklist

This is a checklist of UX considerations that designers need to keep in mind when embarking on any new project. From user flows to gestures to waiting times to micro interactions and every thing needed to handle UX projects, it includes them all.


3. Elastic SVG Elements

Adding elasticity with SVG shape animations with Elastic SVG Elements. The tool makes it easy for the users to add elastic animations to the SVG shapes. From animations for sidebar menus to drop-down menus, pull-up menus, menu icons, circular menus there are many different things you get here.


4. PhotoSwipe

PhotoSwipe is a JavaScript image gallery that is made available for mobile and desktop. Cherry on the cake is that it comes with gesture support.


5. Squire

Squire is an HTML5 rich text editor that provides users with powerful cross-browser normalisation. The best thing is that it is extremely lightweight and flexible.


6. Pantone’s Color of the Year 2015

This is a sophisticated new wine hue called Marsala. It has an elegant, grounded feel unlike ones in the years gone by that used brighter, funkier colors that makes it look all the more soothing to eye.


7. Zurb

Zurb is a foundation for Apps! It is the first front-end framework created for developing fully responsive web apps easily and in fun way.


8. Tindddle

Tindddle by Finely is like Tinder for Dribbble. The tool lets users in easily discovering great work and inspiration.


9. Four Shadows Demo

Four Shadows Demo lets you create shadows on your icons that change with the time of day, so they match the hour hand on an analog clock.


Did these resources solve your purpose? Wish to check out any tool, app or website for a specific purpose to get the desired results, or if you know about any useful tools for designers and developers; you just need to spare a minute and leave your comments in the section provided below.

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Rajni Setia

Rajni is a Mass Communication Post Graduate who loves reading and talking about new development in the field of technology and designs. Anything related to communication, technology, creative web designs and freelancing tips are her topics of interest.

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