While handling different kind of projects/tasks, at one point or the other we seek help. For designers and developers this help is provided in the form of tutorials, tools, plugins, apps, websites and likewise. This is the third week of June with which we are all set to enter the last week. Yet again we are here with the list of the latest tools, apps and websites that ensure to help all you designers and developers in various projects.
From fonts library to Woofmark, Adobe Brush CC, Handwriting.io, there are some of the really cool tools that we have chosen to be enlisted in this week’s compilation of latest tools and apps. Take a look at them. But before you finally hit a jump, how about taking a look at preceding five weeks’ compilations? Here they are:
Woofmark is a modular, progressive, and beautiful Markdown and HTML editor for all you to make optimum use of in different projects.
Adobe Brush CC is a tool that helps users in creating custom brushes from photos that they have captured on their iPhone or iPad. Using them right away in Adobe Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, and Photoshop Sketch, users can design beautiful, high-quality brushes in any style
Silon is an experiment that demonstrates the power of CSS selectors.
Reimagine handwriting in a digital age! This is a tool that enables users to get the real handwriting without the pen, robots or any kind of software.
CSS Beautifier as the name hints beautifies your CSS automatically so that it becomes consistent and easy to read.
Nomad List finds you the best places in the world to live and work remotely.
HTTTML lets users create custom HTML tags. This is a fun alternative to vanilla HTML. With it you can add a little extra flavour to your code while remaining completely semantic.
9. Font Library
Needless to say anything, this is a font library where designers can get oodles of creative fonts to be chosen from for various designing projects,
Scarlet Macaw is a live design environment that brings you a slew of innovations to make responsive designing easier.
Have any tool to add to the list or suggest to our designer/developer friends? Leave your comments below to let us know.