Provides journalists with a robust database of sources for upcoming stories and daily opportunities ...
What’s neat about Web Flow is that it bypasses the conventional design to development workflow. Usin...
Popular site originating in Montreal, with beautiful images; subscribers receive 10 new photos every...
A free stock-photo website that allows you to filter your image search by category and colour
Grammarly is a free site that goes well beyond spell-check and ensures that everything you type
is easy to read, effective, and mistake-free.
Provides journalists with a robust database of sources for upcoming stories and daily opportunities for sources to secure valuable media coverage.
Digest of journalism and online trends sent directly to your email.
App for syncing your writing projects across devices.
Creative writing prompts app.
Allows developers to test responsiveness of websites in browser.
Browser-based sandbox for front-end developers.
Tool for building dynamic, engaging online forms.
Free brand and design style guide app.
Free stock photo aggregator.
Colour palette generator.
Curated colour palettes for designers.
Centralized library for storing visual assets.
What’s neat about Web Flow is that it bypasses the conventional design to development workflow. Using Web Flow, designers no longer have to translate a static Photoshop mockup into a responsive web layout – all of this work happens in a unified interface, while live in a web browser. This tool also serves as boilerplate or design framework for front-end developers looking to kick-start their next project. One disadvantage is that it is relatively expensive if you are planning to build a professional website with it.
Another tool targeted at designers, Generator is a free product created by the Design Modo team that enables you to create a prototype of your future website. While the tool is still in beta phase, what’s great about it is that you don’t need to sign up in order to get started. The drag-and-drop interface also makes it easy to learn – highly recommended if you are strapped for time and cash.
This tool is made for designers who know little code but want to test their designs in real environments like browsers and mobile devices. The service is reasonably priced, offering four plans with one free option. What we think is really great about Froont is that it allows users to paste in code from other websites, resulting in a more open-ended design process.
Popular site originating in Montreal, with beautiful images; subscribers receive 10 new photos every 10 days.
Behance is a business unit of Adobe and one of the leading online platforms to showcase creative work. You can post your work, which companies can explore and access talent on a global scale. Well worth checking out. They have a job board too – it mainly offers full-time work.
Drag-and-drop feature and professional layouts allows even non-designers to create beautiful designs + documents with great graphics.