Fresh tools and apps of the week that we have been coming up ever since we started with the write ups. We make the continuous efforts to help our designer and developer friends with the useful resources to ensure that even the daunting part of their jobs is handled with ease.
With the hope that these resources are proving to be helpful we make sure not to break the chain and keep looking for the tools, apps and websites to prepare a compilation at the end of the week. Take a look at this week’s list of fresh tools and apps besides the preceding five week’s lists that we add to help you sneak a peek incase you missed out any.
Fresh Tools for Designers and Developers
Designers keep looking for smart ways to make their designing projects unique and creative. Notifications we all know are an important part of a growing number of websites and web apps. Notification Styles Inspiration helps designers in designing their notification UI with ease.
Affinity Designer is a vector art and design program that is created specifically for Mac user. For those who are not comfortable with Adobe Illustrator, this is a great free alternative to Adobe Illustrator.
Pagekit is a new, modern content management system that comes loaded with features like Markdown editor, blogging capabilities, widgets, built-in marketplace that lets you access free and commercial software and much more that together make it an ultimate choice.
Responsive logos as the name hints is a library of unique cool logos. Here you can get a cool range of logos, pick one for yourself and resize your browser to see the reductions based on screen size. Its as simple as that!
This is a community that helps developers improve their code. Its a great tool that makes you learn things in fun manner without making it a big fuss.
LanceList a useful resource that all freelancer out there would love checking out. It is curated collection of websites in different fields that generally use freelance workers.
This is an intuitive mobile 3D modeling and design platform for touchscreens. What Morphi does is that it helps in prototyping, visualization, making functional products and wearables, and much more with ease.
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