13 online free web based applications that are very helpful for you to process your daily work (Part 3). Whether you are designer, developer, office worker, manager, supervisor, student, home user, etc. But we make sure to add something interesting for everyone…. Click here to visit >>
YourFonts.com is a FREE online font generator that allows you to create your own OpenType fonts within a couple of minutes. Go make your own handwriting as a font!
- Your own handwriting turned into your very own font for free
- Optionally include your signature
- You’ll have your very own font within 15 minutes
- Make as many fonts as you like
- Use your fonts on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
- Personalize your digital scrapbook pages
- Make your own “family handwriting history”
- Use your fonts in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and every program that you own
High Quality Personal Handwriting Fonts
YourFonts allows you to upload large templates (up to 4000 x 5000 pixels) and it has the most advanced raster to vector conversion algorithm. Together this results in unbeatable high quality personal fonts.
We have lots of commercial software available to use on different platform to complete our different work, but they are not free and sometime we do not able to purchase. Don’t worry about it, today we are listing here 11 Free And Useful Open-Source Alternatives For Designers in which most of them are cross-platform…. Click here to visit Article >>
Well the title pretty much sums it up! Lots of great resources for mac users, me included :o) Click here to visit >>
Graphic designers are always in a battle to create the best looking results in the least amount of time. Constantly trying to make these gorgeous, polished designs without spending an eternity creating them usually requires using some pre-built elements — things like photoshop brushes, illustrator patterns, textures, etc… Click here to visit >>
To create an e-commerce website, there are few ways:
- Develop an e-commerce application from scratch.
- Use a hosted e-commerce software.
- Use a ready to use downloadable / installable e-commerce application.
First one takes so much time & resources which is not suitable for many people.
Second one has both positive & negative points. The biggest negative points are: you’ll be limited with the presented features & it’ll probably be paid.
Third one, you won’t be getting professional support which is the bad part but will have a community to ask questions & get answers. Also, considering the software is open source, there will be lots of users improving the product (& may be you)….
It really doesn’t matter what are You doing – there are time for everybody, when You need to upload files, share with them online or just keep somewhere You can always get those files from…. Great list to choose from here.. Click here to visit >>
A new and more updated list of free stock photo sites, worth a look :o) Click here to visit >>
The Browser Window Resizer is useful tool for testing different screen sizes. It accurately resizes your browser so you can test to see if the web page you’re working on looks right in all of the standard resolution sizes.
Window resizer supports the 640×480, 800×600, 1024×768, 1280×1024, 1600×1200 resolution sizes.
¬ The Firefox extension Resize the current page via the context menu, tool menu or toolbar button.
¬ Window Resizer for Internet Explorer resize the current page via the context menu (right-click) only.
A great tool for all you webdesigners out there! Click here to visit and download >>
Are you a Gmail, Facebook, Campfire or Pandora fanatic? Do you have 20 or more browser tabs open at all times? Are you tired of some random site or Flash ad crashing your browser and causing you to lose your (say) Google Docs data in another tab? OS X Leopard Dock with an icon for Facebook.app right along normal apps like Dashboard, Mail, and TextMate.
If so, Site Specific Browsers (SSBs) provide a great solution for your WebApp woes. Using Fluid, you can create SSBs to run each of your favorite WebApps as a separate Cocoa desktop application. Fluid gives any WebApp a home on your Mac OS X desktop complete with Dock icon, standard menu bar, logical separation from your other web browsing activity, and many, many other goodies… This is a very handy tool indeed! Click here to visit and download >>
A great selection of icons! :o)
Issuu is the place for online publications: Magazines, documents, and stuff you’d normally find on print. It’s the place where YOU become the publisher. Upload a document, it’s fast, easy, and totally FREE. Within seconds you’ll have a super cool online magazine you can post anywhere on the web and share instantly with your friends… Pretty cool indeed! Click here to visit >>
Deciding on an alternative for Photoshop depends a lot on what you use Photoshop for… Some alternatives here for all u Mac users, that includes me :o) Click here to visit >>
Here is a list of the 30 best handpicked Firefox add-ons, very useful for web designers and developers…. Great list of Firefox add-ons, I would recommend you to test out PicLens! A great tool! :o) Click here to visit >>
Well this is an extensive list with just about everything you might need in resources! If u dont find it here you probably dont need it :o) Click here to visit >>
In this series Iâ€™ve given you my take on time management and how it can help or hinder creative work. In doing so, Iâ€™ve taken elements from different systems, having assimilated them over time and adapted them to my own needs… Here is a round up of great tips from Mark McGuinness. There is some good reading and tips here! The whole series is also available as a free e-book! Click here to read the article and download the free e-book >>
Whether you are a professional or amateur web designer, or simply want to learn more about how web design works, these are great resources to browse and bookmark… Some great sites listed here worthy of a bookmark :o) Click here to visit >>
Slingshotâ€™s Mat Burhouse demonstrates how to approach, create and use logos, from sketch book to style guideâ€¦ This is a great tutorial which shows you the steps from making the outlay to the styleguide, I think this tutorial might come in handy for a lot of people wondering how to go about producing their first logo :o) Click here to visit and download the tutorial >>