The world’s most powerful design prototyping tool
Just upload your designs and add hotspots to transform your static screens into clickable, interactive prototypes complete with gestures, transitions, and animations.
The Noun Project is a vast collection of icons constantly updated by designers across the world. They now have a Mac App which allows for easy integration with all your favorite applications (Adobe CC, Sketch, PowerPoint, Messages, Mail, etc.).
Search over 100,000 icons. The Mac App constantly updates, giving you fresh content every day. ~ The Noun Project for Mac
Lasso, by the makers of the Aesop Story Engine, is available for integration into your WordPress projects. Lasso is much more than just a front-end editor; it’s a front-end framework for editing and story building with WordPress Real-time Editing Editing text, making links, and changing Aesop Story Engine component settings happen in real-time, right before […]
Makemake.io – an “easy to use visual editor for creating animated websites”.
Type.js allows you to write new CSS properties to take finer typographic control of type styles on the web. ~ type.js
Really nice little color palette generator: Coolors – The super fast color palettes generator!
Been looking to contribute to WordPress Core, but you don’t know where to start? Ian Jones over at Delicious Brains has written our guide: A Developer’s Guide to Contributing to WordPress Core In this article I’ll discuss the basics for finding things to work on, how to handle the WordPress source code, how to submit […]
I’m a fan of StoryCorps stories on NPR. Now they have an app to help you capture your own stories: storycorps.me Choose someone to interview. Pick great questions. Find a quiet place to record. Listen closely. When you’re finished, share your interview with the world. Help create an archive of the wisdom of humanity. via storycorps.me
rpg is a command line tool that helps you create random password which you can use for any purpose. ~ sepisoad/rpg
Build your own games based off classic addictive game types. Insert your own photos, or draw some sprites, and make the game your own. Record your own sound effects or choose some built-in ones. Play the games of who you’re following right off the newsfeed, and challenge the scores of your friends. Discover other people’s games, and share your creations with the world!
This Memory Desk is a tool to record all the small items you write down once, but intend to forget tomorrow.
1,100 yards of paper will record the lists, the phones numbers you call once, the pixel size of that box on that website, the street name of that business, and the long division you try to remember.
Made out of hard maple, butcher paper and a glass panel.
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Giving a talk about Meteor to outside groups is a great way to raise your profile, improve your speaking skills, and deepen your own knowledge of Meteor. We’ve had people give brown bag talks at their own companies, speak at meetups (Rails, MongoDB, etc), and even present at conferences.
Here’s a collection of links that I haven’t found time to post individually. Hope you find something you like. Six-Legged Giant Finds Secret Hideaway, Hides For 80 Years From 2012, Robert Krulwich blogs about the rediscovery of Dryococelus australis. Long thought as extinct, the story follows scientists to “Ball’s Pyramid” of the coast of Australia where […]
Been wondering how Apple came up with the idea for the new MacBook? Look no further: Apple Engineer Talks about the New 2015 Macbook – YouTube
Ghostnote is a new concept in note taking. A folder, a file, an application, a document in an application or even a website. Ghostnote let[s] you attach notes to all of these and will automatically remember the context you took them. Simply click the ghost icon to add your notes and simply click it again […]
Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope say they have been watching the same star blow itself to smithereens in a supernova explosion over and over again, thanks to a trick of Einsteinian optics.
The star exploded more than nine billion years ago on the other side of the universe, too far for even the Hubble to see without special help from the cosmos. In this case, however, light rays from the star have been bent and magnified by the gravity of an intervening cluster of galaxies so that multiple images of it appear.