This looks promising – it can be tough to share BIG files without a paid service. WeTransfer.com seems about as simple as it gets!
This may be Google’s greatest invention yet. Send your parents custom tech support videos for all of their computer needs. From how to “copy and paste” to “attach a file to an email.” Just in time for the holidays! Use it.
Here’s a great single page overview of some of the most useful resources for any graphic designer. Thanks to Michelle Bowers, Assistant Professor of Typography and Design, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, for compiling this. Whether you’re just starting out or have been at it for years, this one is worth a bookmark for sure. Via
Fonolo.com Two words: awe some. I hate calling customer service lines and waiting forever. I’m actually looking forward to the next time, so I can try this out.
KnowYourMeme.com is sort of like Snopes for all classic internet memes, from Star Wars Kid, to present day. It digs in and shows you what they mean (if anything), where they came from, and why they became internet phenomena. Warning: this amazingness may suck up your entire day.
What The Font?! Upload a sample image and WTF will tell you the font. If somehow you didn’t know about this one, now you do.
Dropbox: Store, sync and share your files online. And it’s free. One of the most useful apps we’ve seen in a long time – especially for people who work on multiple computers.
Crowdspring: A logo design site. Clients post the projects – designers compete by creating logos – client chooses their favorite – winning designer gets paid. A really great idea for clients on a budget and designers looking to make some extra cash. Get out your sketchbook and go!