There are lots of web apps these days and they are very popular because of time-saving and productivity benefits. Web apps work on almost all platforms and you can access them from any device. You don’t need to install anything and you can save lots of time in this way. In this compilation, I’ve picked 15 useful web apps for web and graphic designers, developers and other creatives who want to save time and achieve more. Hope you’ll become more productive with these handy apps.
Launchlist is a perfect tool for web designers and developers to check their work before launching any project.
Powerful online photo editor with easy to use user interface. Perfect alternative for popular Adobe Photoshop.
Very useful tool for any sort of designer. With this tool you can easily create attractive color schemes for your projects.
Buffer makes your life easier with a smarter way to schedule tweets. Work out all your tweets at one point in time during the day. Then fill up your Buffer with your tweets and Buffer schedules them for you.
HTML5-based app that works in all modern browsers, and you can dive in and start drawing on a blank canvas, all without Flash or any other plug-in.
Handy CSS3 generator with a lot of different functions and code preview.
Loads.in gives you the possibility to see how fast your (or any) website loads in a real browser from over 50 locations worldwide.
Great tool for creating notes on any website, you can share your thoughts, feedback about the project with your friends or colleagues.
ResizeMyBrowser is simple yet very useful online tool. With this tool you will be able to set the browser size by both Inner window and Outer window.
Kuler is the web-hosted application for generating color themes that can inspire any project. No matter what you’re creating, with Kuler you can experiment quickly with color variations and browse thousands of themes from the Kuler community.
The Typetester is an online application for comparison of the fonts for the screen. Its primary role is to make web designer’s life easier. As the new fonts are bundled into operating systems, the list of the common fonts will be updated.
Seen a font in use and want to know what it is? Submit an image to WhatTheFont to find the closest matches in their database.
Colorzilla has designed this very easy to use CSS3 gradient generator. It uses sliders and color pickers just like Photoshop and is highly recommended.
Themeleon helps you to create custom Twitter background. You can use lots of patterns and colors available there or you can customize any of the colors or patterns to get just the right design for you.