Everybody is out there looking for ways to make life just that little bit simpler. We’ve compiled a list of 5 new web design tools to provide a stress free, relaxing experience for you when you’re browsing the web.
With Alloy being a web browser, you can organise tasks accordingly, instead of keeping different tabs open they are filed away with similar tabs that have the same topic. Tabs that relate to anything other than the current task at hand, if you close it, it can be easily opened up again when you move onto the next task.
By using Microsoft Flow, you can improve your workflow by connecting the apps you use to your computer so you can get things done quicker. It automatically enables you to receive a Slack notification sent to you when there’s an update or issue. It also notifies you when you receive a certain email off someone or anyone sends anything to your Dropbox.
Canvas Flip – Inspire
Inspire is a prototyping tool with built in UX testing. It allows you to use mobile apps in your browser, so instead of downloading them straight to your phone, you can run the prototypes on your computer and see how they work and if they’re right for you.
Resource Cards are ideal for people who are new to the world of web design and want to be more organised. The resources that are important to you, are sorted into categories, so you can access them easily and more efficiently.