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Four fancy little apps for a more visual workflow

As it turns out, I’m a person. And like many persons, I too am a visual creature. Technology isn’t naturally built for people or to be visual. Here are four apps I’m using to help bring less clicks and more imagery into my daily flow.

 Awesome Screenshot  – Longpage captures

Until I found this, I had no way to take full captures of websites without stitching them together like a dope in Photoshop. Check the ‘autosave’ box in the Extensions options to skip the annotation step and get one-click awesomeness. I like Coin’s new homepage, in one click, I saved it forever.
Single Screenshot of Coin

ShiftIt – Window management

In one keyboard shortcut, reposition your windows to take up half or a fourth of your screen. Here I’m updating my Thanksgiving Asana list with Martha Stewart’s recipe for Sweet Potato Rounds. Yum.

Momentum – Nice new tab

Every month there’s another Chrome app for your new tab. This one shows me the time and beautiful photo with a prompt for something to focus on today. Thanks for the tip Noah.

DevRocket – iOS asset exporting

This goodie is for iOS designers. In one click export all (or selected) Photoshop layers into assets. Unlike the Photoshop generator, DevRocket automatically exports to retina and non-retina. And no need to manually sludge through the mudd add extensions to layer names. It’s really one click and as easy as the demo promises. It’s worth $19 of your own smackeroonies if you can’t expense it.


More lovely apps
I’d love to hear if you’re using any of these too or know of some other good ones. This is my fourth installment that shares some great under-discovered apps. Here some others I love:
– Nine lovely services that will make your computer work like it should
– Brilliant (free) Services for better reading online
– Seven online services that do more than mail you lipgloss


  1. Mike Gehard says:

    Thanks for the tips!

    I prefer Divvy over ShiftIt for window management. ShiftIt tends to hijack too many key combinations when combined with using RubyMine. Divvy allows you to set on key combination to bring it up and then any number of keys to move windows around.

  2. Nina Mehta says:

    Hey Mike – that’s a good point. I used to use Divvy and then switched to ShiftIt. I don’t work in RubyMine, so that’s a good point for people who do!

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