Utilizing free resources from the design community is a good way to add value to your website.

Here is a list of new web tools and design elements from fall 2017. There are designer and developer apps, fonts, content tools, and more. All of these are free.

 Khroma  it   is an artificial intelligence tool to discover and save color combinations. By choosing a set of 50 colors, you’ll train a network-powered algorithm to generate colors you like and block ones you don’t, right in your browser.

Chatkit  it is a service that easily adds chat to your web and mobile apps.

Moodily  Moodily is a inspirational moodboard. Gather and collaborate on design inspiration among your teams and clients. Free plan for one user and one moodboard.

SiteMod.io Sitemod.io is a free Chrome extension that lets anybody modify, save, and share any website in real time, without having access to the site’s source code

WhatRuns WhatRuns is a browser extension that helps identify the technologies used on any website. WhatRuns extension can be used for competitor analysis, sales intelligence, and website profiling.

Crello. Crello is a visual editor from Depositphotos. It facilitates the creating of social media images, ad banners, posters, email headers, and other popular formats. Crello is for marketers, social media specialists, entrepreneurs, bloggers, and anyone who needs a simple solution for her creative projects.

Storyline. Storyline is a web-based platform that helps non-tech people create  without coding. Create, edit, preview, and publish voice apps in a visual interface

Responsive Screenshots Here is a quick and easy tool to take screenshots at different standardized aspect ratios. Grab shots for the iMac, MacBook Pro, iPad, or iPhone X.

Logo Crunch Logo Crunch is a multi-resolution logo maker. It uses computer vision to make a high-resolution logo legible at lower resolutions. Use it for a website favicon, iOS app icon, or Android app icon.

Textalyzer. Textalyzer is an online tool to measure the readability of your text. Get your score, and analyze your text against different parameters. Once you’ve scored your text, start improving it immediately, using the intelligent highlighter to show problematic parts.

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