Although it’s not really something to add to my CV, I have been collecting stuff on the web for a very long time. I was fascinated by the internet and Its possibilities so I kept collecting and collecting and using, It never ends – My Facebook handle in 2013 was @dcollector lol
I will be sharing some of the tools I have collected with you here. I will update this list every Friday – new ones at the bottom. So, bookmark this page
Kindly add yours in the comment box. I’ll update the post with it. Thanks
#Grammarly: To create readable content. Grammarly corrects all my grammatical mistakes. Most of my words are usually all red till Grammarly helps me correct them. They have a chrome plugin as well and YES! It’s on mobile too.
#PiggyBankng: To save for the Future. This is like an actual Piggy bank but it’s on the web. And they are legit
#Milanote: for my vision board. It’s a tool for organizing creative projects into beautiful visual boards. By design, it feels a lot like working on the wall in a creative studio – visual, tactile and sometimes a bit messy – Milanote is a great fit for designers who work in teams remotely. It’s amazing!
#BookclubsNG: Shows you (and allows you) list bookclubs around you.
#Canva: If you don’t know how to design with Photoshop or Gimp, use this. Very easy to design with
#Trello: For Product and Project Management. I use it to Organise my goals too
#Interserver: Cheap, secure, unlimited host for your website
#Hostsleek: An alternative to Interserver (Lets you pay with Nigerian payment methods) and quite affordable.
#GoogleKeep: For notes, reminders and short stories (I put all my written content here in case I lose my phone)
#5invoiceWebsites: 5 Websites that Lets you create Invoices for Free.
#Undraw: MIT licensed illustrations for every project you can imagine and create
#Duolingo: I’m currently learning French and Spanish with Duolingo. It’s awesome!
#Steemit: I make money from my content on Steemit. Talk about Crypto. I haven’t been active on Steemit though