Archive for the ‘design’ Category

Flavors.me is a great service for anyone who wants to build their own Website  to share all of their profiles on the Web.  It allows just about anyone to design a personal site, even those of us without design skills.  You can test out Flavors.me for free but for $20.00 a year you can have […]


Adobe Ideas (iTunes link) is an app for the iPhone and iPad that helps you quickly sketch out design ideas on a blank canvas or a photo.  There’s also a handy color palette generator for use on a new photo or an existing one. It’s completely free so even if you’re not very creative (you’ll […]


If you’re one of the unlucky (or lucky, depending how you look at it) individuals that is required to put on a clean, crisp dress shirt every day – and often find yourself struggling to find a shirt that actually fits correctly – then Blank Label may be just what you’re looking for. Blank Label […]


Repper is a fun tool that helps you create fancy patterns out of any old photo. All you need to do is upload a photo and then use the Repper tool to create crazy patterns.  The image above is what I created and then added to my Twitter profile page.  You just need to be […]


If you’d like to send holiday cards to your clients but don’t have the time or the money to buy, customize, and mail out plain old greeting cards, then eCards for Business may be just what you (and the happy little trees!) have been looking for.     Pingg.com, an online invitation and party planning […]


Card.ly gives you a really easy way to create an online business card containing links to all of your online profiles.  Card.ly doesn’t stop there though – you can also add contact information, an ‘about me’ section, and RSS feeds. When you sign up, you’ll select a custom URL.  Mine is http://www.card.ly/molly.  You can then […]


Pictaculous is a great little tool for creating color palettes out of images.  Whether it’s your favorite family photo or your favorite Website logo, Pictaculous can generate a color palette out of it in seconds. To use Pictaculous, just upload an image and click on “Get My Palette”.  You’ll then be shown the color palette […]