LanceList – if you are a freelancer, you will know how difficult it is to find continual work. So you would probably find LanceList a useful resource to bookmark. LanceList is a curated collection of websites in different fields that generally use freelance workers, such as software creation, programming, writers, engineers, marketing, and much more.
PIXizer – a quick image editing and resizing tool is something which everyone should have, because there are quite a few scenarios where you may need one. For example, if you are a tech blogger, you will be resizing images all the time, and a browser-based solution will mean no downloads are necessary. You will also need profile pictures for things like Twitter and Facebook.
Pexels – is a site which provides a continual source of Creative Commons pictures, that you can use everywhere for any purpose. Normally pictures have copyright attached, but with Creative Commons, you have the freedom to use an image without payment to the maker of the image. Pexels has high quality photos in various categories.
Drunk User Testing – if you have invested a lot of time and money designing a website, there is one final test you need to perform before the site goes live. You need to see if drunk people can read the text. Otherwise you are alienating an important demographic. Drunk User Testing is a bookmarklet which you can click on your site, and the text will suddenly get smaller and rock back and forwards.
Hang0ut – Google Hangouts is becoming a popular way to hold video calls and video conferences, but sometimes the setting up of a Google Hangouts call can confuse someone. An example is how to properly send an invite so someone will join your call. Hang0ut is a site which does one thing only – sets up a Hangout for you and brings up the invitation window for you to complete.