Tools, apps, websites that promise to provide best help thereby letting you heave a sigh of relief are more than welcome no matter whichever designing or developing project one is working on. Such resources help solve the purpose, and provide users the desired results in comparatively lesser period of time and without much fuss on the users part.
This week’s list of latest tools and apps comprises some of the cool ones that you all would certainly love checking out. From erino that helps you boost the mobile experience by engaging gestures, to resize.ly, FontCDN for searching Google Fonts; there are some really worth checking out tools. Here is the preceding five weeks’ compilations that we would love to suggest you all to take a glance at incase you missed out any of them.
Latest Tools of the Week [8th August – 14th August]
Latest Tools of the Week [1st August – 7th August]
Latest Tools of the Week [25th July – 31st July]
Latest Tools of the Week [18th July – 24th July]
Latest Tools of the Week [11th July – 17th July]
Discover gesture engagement, craft and customize gestures to create a unique mobile web experience with a wonderful tool namely Errnio. Boost your mobile experience with one simple line of code for creating new interactions based on user gesture behaviour. With it web designers and developers can increase site retention, profit from value added actions and gain insights into mobile site behavior. Reacting to an average of 10-15 gestures on consumer’s part, Errnio gives website owners and web developers all new monetization stream through gesture engagements. It helps in making websites responsive/mobile friendly thereby providing best user-experience through mobile-unique interaction that is done with gestures.
The WordPress Template Hierarchy is a visualization resource for the users to make optimum use of.
3. Stretch CSS
Stretch CSS is a 12 column grid that can have any gutter size you want. With it columns can be offset and centred to make manoeuvring content really easy. Besides columns can be specified differently for three devices sizes.
Resize your images, make them responsive and retina ready with all the magic happening in the cloud.
FontCDN by Thomas H. Park is a helpful way to quickly search Google Fonts for your next project’s typeface.
Xpressive is an HTML and CSS live design tool for Mac users. It is a web authoring application for the Mac OSX that dramatically improves the quality and productivity of interface design.
Github we all know is one resourceful place that designers and developers hit to get help in their various endeavours. getAwesomenss is a a tool created to retrieve all the awesomeness from Github. Sounds cool to me!
8. Tufte CSS
Tufte CSS is a one stop destination for getting tools to style web articles using the ideas demonstrated by Edward Tufte’s books and handouts. The best part of Tufte CSS is that its simple, there is an extensive use of sidenotes, tight integration of graphics with text, and carefully chosen typography.
ColorHunt is a one stop destination for designers to get a superb collection of beautiful colors. The best part is there is regular updation of colors from which designers can decide which one to opt for.
That’s all for this week. We would love to hear from you all. If you have any suggestions, tools to add, share reviews or anything, you can leave your comments below.