PSD Validator – lets you find out how well your PSD files are structured using some of the rules from Photoshop Etiquette. This is a site that tries to lay down some basic ground rules for good Photoshop practices. Simply upload your PSD file and it will analyse it for you.
ShowMeTrend – displays the trending videos on YouTube, according to the most views. You can filter them down between either worldwide, the US, Brazil, or Spain. You can also specify from a calendar what date (if any) you want the trending videos from (if you are looking for a particular one). You can then watch the videos on the site itself.
Swiftly – sometimes, when you have a design, you need something slightly tweaked to make it much better. But you might think that it isn’t worth the bother and the expense getting a designer in to get it done. Now Swiftly puts you in touch with designers who are ready and willing to make small design changes for $15. Just upload the files, approve the changes, and pay the money.
Figure This – is an online platform where you can “take a challenge”. All of the challenges are math-related, everything is organized in an easy-to-browse list, and you can even download the challenges in PDF format. Examples of the challenges include equations, fractals, percentages, scaling, and the Pythagorean Theorem.
Nimbus Screenshot – Screen capture a webpage, a part of it or the whole browser window. Edit screenshots and save the images to your PC or Google Drive. Edit your screenshots in a very user-friendly interface and save the images to Google Drive and Nimbus. You can also add a comment to your screenshot and get a quick link to send to friends or colleagues.