This is a useful tool that belongs in every web developer’s utility belt. Color-blindness affects up to 8% of the male population (ladies are safer, only 0.5% are color-blind). Any usability test document that doesn’t test for color-blindness isn’t very good.
Enables some of the most useful CSS3 features for IE6-8, such as border-radius, box-shadow, and linear-gradient. This will save me hours every week.
Version 0.2 just launched, and it be impressive:
Inspired by Apple’s Automator application, Fake looks like a combination of Safari and Automator and allows you to run (and re-run) “fake” interactions with the web.
Power Users will love Fake for automating tedious web tasks like filling out lengthy forms and capturing screenshots. Developers can use Fake for graphically configuring automated tests for their webapps, including assertions.
Like Automator and Safari got married and made the most beautiful baby. This is already The Best Thing.
A pretty, usable, interface for managing a “launch list” that is, a list of tasks, tests, and functions that must be run/checked to launch a given project on the web or otherwise.
An html-based GUI for building CSS3-compatible gradients without images. Like Border-Radius.com, I’m sure this will become a part of my daily routine.
It’s an 8-bit-style sound effects generator, and it’s a heck of a lot of fun. Useful for game mock-ups, too. Maybe even production.
The post is Ubuntu-specific, but the commands work just fine in Mac OS X.
Super useful Coda plugin, which uses CSSTidy. Can translate back to human-readable code for changes, then re-compress.
You can download and read all about PNGPress at it’s homepage. It’s essentially a Applescript front-end for OptiPNG, the command line application.
Update: The download link for PNGPress is now fixed. Whoops.