Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
It’s not a tool for everyone, but Napkin is wonderfully suited to people who need to rapidly create annotated design concepts and blast out iterative changes.
Looking for a new email client? Inky's sharp design, smart features, and overall plucky cheerfulness may win you over.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a slideshow is a great way to put pictures together to create a story. Aquafadas's PulpMotion aims to make this process simple, quick, and elegant.
Refreshed clients for iOS devices make it easier to capture and organize data.
ForgetMeNot is an add-on for Mail that spares you embarrassment by making sure you really have attached the files you've referenced in your email.
Mac app joins with compatible document scanners to digitize receipts, business cards, and more.
Studiometry is an excellent application for managing your business, handling invoices and estimates, and tracking when and whether or not you've been paid.
If you live and die by email, MailMate may prove a godsend, especially at its reasonable $30 price tag.
Evernote 5 is a major refresh of the program’s look and operations, and makes the "everything box" service easier to use and more appealing than ever.
Slab serif typeface Museo Slab looks up-to-date and rock-solid at the same time. The regular and Italic 500 versions are free, and many other weight are available for purchase.
Interesting enough for posters but legible enough for small print, Ed Merritt's donationware font Jura is great go-to font.
Equal parts project manager, vector graphics engine, digital notebook, and slide deck, Zengobi’s Curio 8 makes an ideal tool for anyone planning something big, complex, and multifaceted.
This mail app offers enough features to be an improvement over the built-in Mail app, though some of its peripheral capabilities don't impress.