I try out a lot of software and web apps to work more efficiently. Here are the ones that have found their way into my productivity toolbox in 2016 (listed in alphabetical order). Read More
Whether you’re looking to make your designs more techy or more classy, this collection of free web fonts by Plato Web Design has something for every occasion, along with tips on how best to use them.
For convenience, I have provided links to the fonts after the infographic. Or you can download them all in a .RAR file from the source page.
Download the Fonts
When you view a Google font below, don’t forget to click on the “Pairings” tab to see which other fonts it goes well with. To use the font as a web font or to download it, click on the “Open [font name] in Google Fonts»” link at the top of the font specimen page.
If you do want to download a Google font, once you click through to the “Open [font name] in Google Fonts” page, click on the down arrow icon at the top right of the page (above the ‘page load speed’ graphic). You may also want to check out SkyFonts as a service to keep your downloaded Google fonts up-to-date.
Boring Font Replacements
Fancy Cursive Fonts
sometimes often hard to come up with great ideas for articles. That’s why I found this content idea generator to be such a useful online tool.
It seems like a bit of fun to begin with (much like the LinkedIn recommendation generator), but it actually generates some good headlines, and more importantly, sets the creative juices flowing. Read More
When I’m showing others how to use reports in Google Analytics, I often see them frantically writing down how to navigate back to that report.
And, truth be told, it’s not always easy to remember which reports are located under which tabs, especially for new users.