SVGito is a free web app that cleans up your SVG files, to save you the bother of manually editing them. Created by Peter Nowell, this neat little app automatically optimises your SVGs at the touch of a button, and will typically reduce their size and complexity without changing what they actually look like on screen. 

Paper Sizes

Ever wonder what the exact dimensions of a certain paper type are? This happens a lot if you are working with multiple print designs and don’t have every option as a preset. PaperSizes takes the guesswork out of it with a handy tool that breaks down every size by name and specification in more than a dozen classifications.

Brand Briefer

Brand Briefer is a fun tool that’s designed to help you build a brand board, but is also an inspiration gallery of imagery, colors and style that other brands are using. Want to know exactly what McDonald’s yellow looks like (or any other color in the palette)? Brand Briefer has a file on it.

Screenshot Designer

You need a great screenshot in app store to help encourage user downloads. Screenshot Designer helps you take images of your app design and add text or neat background to make them pop in crowded digital storefronts. The tool is easy to use – select a template, drag in an image and export.


This to-do list is unlike others because it fills a meter as you cross items off the list. TodoMeter comes with a sleek design and is available for Mac, with a Windows version on the way.


BreakLock might just eat up the rest of your day. This fun little game is a hybrid of Mastermind and the Android pattern lock with three degrees of difficulty. (There’s no way you’ll only play once.)


SVGito is a small tool to help designers and developers automate improvements to SVGs that would normally require a manual code edit. The changes reduce the file size and complexity of an SVG while maintaining the visual appearance. It is primarily designed for SVG files exported from Sketch.


Framer is a tool that “detaches code from canvas for a smarter but simpler workflow,” according to the developers. The newly designed interface puts a focus on building blocks and kicks code to the background with auto-code functionality.

Responsive Periodic Table with CSS grids

The Responsive Periodic Table with CSS Grids is a neat look at a detail use of a grid system that flexes and flows with changes to screen size. And maybe not in the way you think. While the desktop version uses a periodic table style design, the responsive shapes adjust beautifully to other screen sizes.


CodeCopy adds functionality that’s been missing for a long time – the browser extension adds a copy to clipboard function to every code snippet. It works with Chrome and Firefox.

Twitter Corners

Twitter Corners is a little bit of code that adds a Twitter divot to the corner of screen based on the similar Github element.

Essential Icon Collection

This collection of line icons includes 500 free elements for commercial and personal use. The icons all have a softer rounded style and were created on a 32-pixel grid for mobile app and web project usage.

Super Tiny Social Icons

Super Tiny Social Icons are minuscule SVG versions of your favorite logos. The average size is under 500 bytes and each icon is 400×400 with a 512×512 viewbox. They will scale up and down. There are dozens of icons in the collection, all ready to use. is a conversional interface that you can embed in websites to help facilitate chat with users or customers. What’s neat about the tool is that is has a more text-like feel that users are accustomed to and doesn’t rely on static text.


Confetti is a little tool that helps you create Memphis-style confetti patterns in one-click with Sketch. You can adjust transparency, rotation, overlap, size and more to get just the pattern you need for a project.

Bot Store

The Bot Store is a directory of chatbots that you can download and use for a number of tasks. (This is one of the fastest growing areas in online customer service.) Find bot templates for surveys or scheduling and a directory of bots in action to help inspire your projects.


Typefont is an algorithm written entirely in JavaScript that recognizes the font of a text in an image using the Tesseract optical character recognition engine and some image processing libraries.


Brushability is a set of nine typefaces that provide almost every display option you can imagine. It includes script, sans serif and inline styles as well as plenty of swashes and alternate characters.