Fresh Tools of The Week [17th May – 23rd May]

Designers and developers keep working hard to provide us with the best web experience. Who then is there to help them out in their different projects? Well, their fellow designer and developer friends. Seems like there is a perfect unity between them. It is for this reason that is to help out designers and developers working hard on different projects ease their workflow that creative mind out there keep running their mind and come up with helpful tools, apps, software, websites and likewise every now and then.

TheNeoDesign‘ team keeps a track of the latest tools, apps and websites of the week to help designers and developers use their time in productive manner. Therefore to narrow down their search, each week we make a compilation of the same and come up with an article that we publish each Friday.

Here is the list of best latest tools, apps and websites of the week. Scroll down to check them out.

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Fresh Tools for Designers and Developers

 1. CSSDeck

CSSDeck is an online tool that helps users make testcases and share with other people on IRC, forums, StackOverflow that ensure to help them solve their coding problems. Anything created with the powers of CSS3 and JS can be posted on CSSDeck and it will be featured on the gallery helping you get known among others and help others about the cutting edge practices and methodologies.


2. Dorm Room Tycoon

Dorm Room Tycoon is a podcast that interviews creators from the business, design and technology sectors. When you open up the link you will find interviews of renowned professionals.


3. Crumpet

Crumpet is a simple, straightforward framework that uses placeholder selectors for reducing the size of HTML making it easier to create responsive sites. Besides, it gives you the freedom to do what you want with the code.


4. CSS Vocabulary

As the name hints, this is a simple app for developers to learn important CSS terms. All you got to do is simply click on the part you want to learn and the name will be highlighted in the sidebar. All in all its a superb CSS Vocabulary learning app worth trying out.


5. The Style Guide Guide

 Find a styleguide generator that fits your flow with the style guide guide. This is a listing of styleguide generators for Node.JS, Gulp, Grunt, Ruby, and PHP which is an apt online resource for developers. 


6. Trianglify

Trianglify is an open source javascript library that helps users in generating colorful triangle meshes to be used as SVG images and CSS backgrounds.


7. Webflow 

Designing interactions and animations for any website without writing a line of code goes easy with Webflow. Open up the main link to see if its relevant for you and if you make up your mind to make optimum use, go for it as there’s a 14-day free trial available.


This week’s listicle didn’t turn out to be a long one but then we have no regrets for the fact that in the end its the quality not quantity that matters. We have tried to include best and really helpful tools for designers and developers. If you have any other tool worth sharing, let us know. We would love to hear from you.


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