Adobe Premiere Pro is seen as the professional standard bearer when it comes to digital video editing. That being said, there are a surprising amount excellent alternatives to Premiere Pro out there, both for semi-professional and private use. Whether you need it for work, for social networks, or simply to have a bit of fun, here you can read about the best free video editors on offer.
Adobe Photoshop is the gold standard in the realm of photo editing and has dominated the market for years. However, due to its immense range of functions, the programme is often too complicated and expensive for amateur photographers and designers. It’s no wonder then that there are many appealing cheap and free Photoshop alternatives available.
The WhatTheFont tool from MyFonts allows you to find the web fonts you love. The latest winner of our ‘Web App of the Week’ series, this free tool identifies typefaces based on the nuances in their own, unique designs. All you need is a screenshot of some sample text; WhatTheFont does the rest for you.
Are you on the lookout for a harmonious color scheme for your website, presentation, or infographic? The color scheme designer Paletton offers exactly that. With our web app of the week you can create complementary color palettes and export them as style sheets or Swatch file for Photoshop in next to no time.
Icons can be easily included in HTML through CSS classes. One of the most popular icon fonts is Font Awesome, which offers more than 600 vector-based pictographs. This open source toolkit has proved popular with its ease of use and regular updates. The installation kit contains a pre-configured CSS file, which makes starting out with this toolkit much easier.