Surf the Dream A discourse of links and articles from Justin Avery

Tag Archive: tools

  1. IdeaBoardz

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    This app lets you collaborate in a sticky note kind of way but online . It has both PDF and XLS export options as well.

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  2. UI Wireflows

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    These are a wonderful set of UI wireframes from the team at Graffletopia. I purchased a set back in 2011 which are now due for an upgrade… I’ll be back soon :D

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  3. YouCanBook.me

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    YouCanBook.me is booking software that integrates with your Google or iCloud Calendar.
    Get a personalized scheduling page so your customers can book you online.

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  4. tmux

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    A program that sits on top of iTerm. It lets you switch easily between several programs in one terminal, detach them (they keep running in the background) and reattach them to a different terminal. And do a lot more.

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  5. tota11y – An accessibility visualization toolkit

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    tota11y is a single JavaScript file that inserts a small button in the bottom corner of your document. (It’s on this very page.)

    The toolbar consists of several plugins that each provide their own functionality.

    Many of these plugins “annotate” elements on the page. Sometimes to show their existence, other times to point out when something’s wrong.

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  6. Lining.js

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    In CSS we already have the selector ::first-line to apply style on the first line of element. But there is no selector like ::nth-line(), ::nth-last-line() or even ::last-line. Lining.JS gives you the ability to achieve this.

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Surf the Dream is a blog that has been running since the mid 2000's when it started on BlogSpot. Over the years it's been rebranded as justinavery.me (now my resume) and JaveryDesign.com (which now redirects back to this site).

I offer consultation services through Simple Things, produce a range of high quality pocket notebooks(including a Solar System Notebook, Space Notebook, and a Guitar Notebook), write about the Universe and run a responsive web design knowledge hub and a RWD Weekly Newsletter.