Category: Tools

8 Useful Responsive CSS Frameworks

Responsive web design continues to become more widely practiced. Because of that, as web developers and designers, we have more tools and resources that make it easier for us to create responsive web sites. So for today, we gathered 8 CSS Frameworks that will help you do just that. As you know, we never get […]

10 jQuery Plugins that Will Make your Life Easier

jQuery has changed the way developers write JavaScript and the way users interact with websites and web applications. If you’re a developer, you know what a pleasure it can be to work with jQuery, especially the convenience of plugins. In this post, we’ve rounded up 10 jQuery Plugins that Will Make your Life Easier. In […]

8 jQuery Plugins for Enhancing Typography

Being able to improve and manipulate web typography has always been one of the biggest changes for web designers. But thanks to the ease of use and popularity of jQuery, developers are coming up with some clever ways to do just that. For this post we’ve gathered 8 useful jQuery plugins that allow you to […]

8 Useful Websites for Testing Code Snippets

As a web developer, having a place to quickly test code can be extremely handy. For this post, we’ve gathered some very useful websites that allow you to do just that. And along with testing a debugging, many of these sties let you share and backup, which is a huge benefit when collaborating with other […]

8 Free Tools for Testing Website Speed

Website speed is not something that should be taken lightly, especially since it has such a big impact on SEO. To help you out, today we gathered 8 free tools for testing your website speed. Some of the tools will generate suggestions to make things faster on your site, while others will give you detailed […]

Popular Networking Tools for Freelance Web Designers

Communications and networking are the sole properties we look for in web applications. The Internet has improved our communications tenfold and allowed us to share information at a much quicker pace. As such I tend to jump around through many different applications just to get a feeling for their interfaces.