There are many apps available for designers out there, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. Today, we are sharing 7 Great Online Tools For Designers And Alike. Read each entry in the list and see which design tool suits your needs best.
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Swiffy converts Flash SWF files to HTML5, allowing you to reuse Flash content on devices without a Flash player (such as iPhones and iPads). Swiffy currently supports a subset of SWF 8 and ActionScript 2.0, and the output works in all Webkit browsers such as Chrome and Mobile Safari.
Spur is a fun and easy way to critique web designs in ways you’ve never done before. Just paste a URL (or upload an image) and you’ll be able to use seven different tools to help you find what’s working.
Screenfly allows you to view your website on a variety of device screens and resolutions. It makes testing your online content, mobile designs, and responsive layouts a cinch. Choose common browsers, screen resolutions, and even mimic mobile phone and tablet devices.
Launch It Now
Launch It Now is an application for all the Startups & Enterprise companies who needs launching page at start of their online space, they help them build their launching page with just 6 steps saving their time and provide them over with different tools which can help them analyze their launching page performance.
DropMySite is a free service that lets you backup your website automatically easily. The free DropMySite account comes with 2GB of space that you can use for as long as you like.
While working with clients you might found the process of having to collect web copy for a specific website a pain. Minible was a simple idea that solves this issue. The site itself is designed to be used by everyone and is also created in a way to get a client used to using a content management system and the idea of inputting data and then saving this.