This is the third week of September and here we are with our one more weekly list of fresh tools that have been lately introduced. From DesignCrit.io to Dimensions, Bezier Game there are some really useful tools that we have included in our today’s list of fresh tools of the week.
We really anticipate that the tools, apps and websites we come up with each week and each month is proving to be of great help. Ofcourse, your comments on the blog and various social networks helps us get your reviews and suggestions. So, without breaking the chain of providing you all with the best free useful resources, let’s begin with this week’s list of fresh tools, apps of the week.
Fresh Tools of the Week [6th September – 12th September]
Fresh Tools of the Week [30th August – 5th September]
Fresh Tools of the Week [23rd August – 29th August]
Fresh Tools of the Week [16th August – 22nd August]
Fresh Tools of the Week [9th August – 15th August]
Latest Tools for Designers and Developers
DesignCrit.io is a design feedback application that enables users to create and annotate on websites in just a few clicks with screenshots taken directly from any accessible website.
Get the Unyson framework and start developing your premium WordPress theme. Its a Drag & Drop WordPress Framework that enables developers to create powerful WordPress themes. Best of all this is a free and open source.
Dimensions is a tool for designers to measure screen dimensions. You can easily measure between the images, input-fields, buttons, videos, gifs, text, icons. You can measure almost everything you see in your browser.
This is a fun game that helps you master the pen tool quickly and easily. Also, you will get the tutorial in which the steps are mentioned to guide you through the basics. All in all, its a fun way of learning pen tools.
Runswiftlang allows you to try Apple’s Swift programming language from within your browser.
Accessible HTML5 Video Player is a lightweight HTML5 video player that comprises of support for captions and screen reader accessibility. It takes one big step closer to a fully standards-based and accessible video player.
From renowned visual designer, Sebastien Gabriel comes a perfect designers guide to DPI (Dots Per Inches). You need to go through it to understand who well Sebastien has explained it to make it easier for users to understand.
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