Category Archives: Web Tools/Apps

26 Useful Tools, Apps and Resources for Developers – A Little Bit of Everything

Jun
1

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There are moments when you are working on a project, when you realize that you just aren’t the best at everything. Or you hit a roadblock. Or you just need a little assistance. It might be choosing a color palette, creating an certain icon or creating the perfect background pattern. Everyone could use a little help now and then.

This is by no means a comprehensive list on each topic, but places that I have found the resources I’ve needed on several occasions that are alternatives from my normal methods.

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15 Easy to Use Essential WordPress Plugins

May
25

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As a WordPress devotee I am constantly looking for new, helpful and easy to use plugins that not I will use on this site, but clients can use as well. Every few months I start a search for new plugins to test, use and share with others. I’ve already compiled a couple of lists of my favorites which you can look over here:

Now, I’ve compiled a new list with amazing plugins that I currently use or have used on client’s sites that I recommend everyone try out if they fit your needs!

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Buckets of Inspiration – New Dribbble Feature for Design Inspiration Collectors

May
21

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Yesterday, Dribbble announced a new feature addition to it’s already awesome service called “buckets“. If you haven’t heard, Dribbble allows designers to connect with their peers by following each other’s “shots” – 400×300 pixel crops of current work.

Dribbble is show and tell for creatives. Designers, developers and other creatives share shots—small screenshots of the designs and applications they are working on.

The latest feature, buckets, allows Dribbble members to arrange any shots into a collection, however they choose.

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My Love Affair With Woopra

Aug
18

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I love looking at the analytics for my site. I love seeing what articles are most popular, what people land on the most, where they come from and where they leave.

A few months ago I learned about Woopra – a free tracking/analytics program that has a beautiful gui and some pretty freakin’ cool features.

Woopra - web analytic, web stats

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