I’ve always known vectors are hip, but adding some retro to them is the coolest: RetroVectors.com
Flaticon.com is a fabulous resource for finding all sorts of icons. Looking for vectors to use with your social media icons? They’ve got them.
Looking to roll your own email newsletter manager? phpList may fit the bill.
Confession: I clicked on a promoted link in my Twitter stream. This one looked useful, so I’m saving it for future reference: Emphatic.co is a solution for companies wanting to maintain an authentic presence on social media without tying up their own staff. Here’s how they describe their service:
Done-For-You Social Media in 3 Easy Steps
1) Build a profile
Share some basic info with us and we’ll create a unique content profile for your brand.
2) Receive your updates
U.S.-based writers will create & send amazing social media content to you every week.
3) Review and schedule
Review the updates and then we’ll post them to your networks for you. Easy!
I like the pricing structure of this stock photo site: 1200pics.com $1/month for 100 hi-res, royalty-free stock photos
I’ve been searching for a self-hosted file hosting application for a particular client. YetiShare may fit the bill.
This site is a technical reference for various things including OSX, WordPress, SEO, Web Hosting, CSS and other tech like gems – the site is for my reference and yours – there is nothing like finding the right solution that works. ~ coolestguidesontheplanet.com
A collection of thoughtfully crafted front-end components focused on simple implementation and easy customization. Because you already know how to style an H1. ~ Formstone
SlickMap CSS is a simple stylesheet for displaying finished site maps directly from HTML unordered list navigation. It’s suitable for most web sites – accommodating up to three levels of page navigation and additional utility links – and can easily be customized to meet your own individual needs, branding, or style preferences. ~ SlickMap CSS
Great resource for finding free stock photography: FindA.Photo #photography #stockphotos
Great resource for determining your user’s browser and OS: whatsmybrowser.org
Kill Bill is a platform for subscription billing and payments integration. Its plug-in architecture allows you to easily apply custom logic and integrate with third party systems. ~ Kill Bill