Extract CSS and build beautiful styleguides.

🔎 No more digging in a code. Inspect styles in a simple, well-organized & beautiful way. Get it now!

CSS Peeper is a CSS viewer tailored for Designers. Get access to the useful styles with our Chrome extension. Our mission is to let Designers focus on design, and spend as little time as possible digging in a code.

Ever wondered what’s the line-height, font or a button size on a website? We provide you the ultimate tool to satisfy your curiosity. We enable you to inspect code in the easiest possible way. Check the hidden CSS style of objects, colors and assets on the web.

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Editor de animaciones online HTML5 | Animatron

Make engaging and compelling animations online for your business or school. Create explainer videos, animated marketing videos, training videos and presentations. Make HTML5 banners and interactive video content. Use Animatron to increase ROI on your video and presentation.

Origen: Editor de animaciones online HTML5 | Animatron

“Foxie” Blender Grease Pencil 2D animation

“Foxie” GreasePencil, Freestyle and GP tools addon (Fan art, based in a ChrisLam Anim) on Vimeo

Fan Art, the original animation by Christopher Lam chrislamart.blogspot.com

Made with Blender Grease Pencil and GP tools addon and rendered with FreeStyle.

GP tools addon by Antonioya.

A dedicated Channel for Blender Grease Pencil works: vimeo.com/channels/greasepencil
Grease Pencil main developer Joshua Leung (Aligorith) aligorith.blogspot.co.nz/ aligorith.github.io/

Music: “From_Truth” Dexter_Britain

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UX Tools — uxdesign.cc

Tools for wireframing, prototyping, user research and test, creating diagrams, measuring user engagement and other activities from the UX Design universe.

Origen: UX Tools — uxdesign.cc

What are the UX Design Tools you use to materialize and communicate your design ideas? What are the best tools for wireframing, prototyping, user testing, or simply just managing your design activities?

We usually prefer tools that are unexpensive (ok, everyone does), that do not require software installation (browser-based tools) and that provide us with a good user experience when we’re projecting experiences for other people. After all, that’s how we spend a big part of the day.

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