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A site that connects individual makers with buyers who want custom crafted furniture and decor. There are some gorgeous pieces on the site.
Design with web fonts in the browser. Use Typecast to create visual and semantic designs. Check for readability, rendering and beauty then share a working prototype of your design.
“a free and Open Source Software for building applications for the web and iOS. It is a complete backend for your apps, ready for you to get creative. It works immediately out-of-the-box: develop your frontend code, plug it into Hoodie’s frontend-friendly API and your app is ready.”
Build custom native prototypes directly on the device.
Some great practices we all can use to help find and hire more qualified women in tech.
…and it’s time for me to buy some sodium citrate.
Use a cloud version of IE on Windows 10 Technical Preview to test from anywhere. Supports Windows, Mac OS X, iOS and Android.
“A modern hiring solution for the modern workplace.” This looks really interesting
Color Scheme Designer
Provide the dimensions of your poster, print or photo, and then preview different frame and mat combinations until you find the one that suits best. The final frame is handcrafted and shipped to your door within a week.
“a service organization that works with users, software developers, user-experience experts, designers, and the community of people striving to make ubiquitous privacy and security a reality”
Now this looks super handy.
“The Most Beautiful iOS Design Kit Ever Made – by InVision”
Help without manpages
Great examples of pairing the right fonts together.
Software for Customer Validation & Business Viability Testing