Design Tools for Monday 🧰

Welcome to Design Tools for Monday. This is our second round of design tools. Here we show what tools we’ve been using or new ones we discovered for the past months. Here’s what’s on the menu:

1. Slack

Slack is more than a chat. It’s one of the most used tools for communicating with others in the digital world.

2. Eventbot Calendar

It’s a Slack app for scheduling events.

3. Google Docs

Google Docs is a universal tool.

5. Trello

Trello is an online platform to organize your workflows and tasks just for you or between your teammates.

6. Todoist

With Todoist you can organize your life through tasks in a daily timeline and receive reminders to keep you in charge. You can even track your productivity with graphics that give you all the information about what you are doing and it also synchronizes everything with your devices.

7. WeTransfer

WeTransfer is the best way to send files to anyone and one of the most useful tools around the world that allow you to share up to 2GB for free (for each upload).

8. Fontbase

Fontbase has the capability to use all web fonts without installing them.

9. iOS Resolution

“iOS Res” is a very useful website for designers that shows all iDevice resolutions on the market. You have access to all specifications, such as logical resolutions and equivalences for iOS devices that helps you to create better digital designs.

10. Usepanda

If you are a creative director, designer, copy editor, developer, consultant or even a community manager, you can Usepanda, literally!

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