Procedurally generated murmurations of starlings.
This service could be quite handy if you’re making a presentation that involves showing code—it generates syntax-highlighted images of code.
Two of my favourite things together at last: pattern libraries and service workers. Infusion is a tool for generating pattern libraries that also work offline.
Thinking about it, it makes total sense that a pattern library should be a progressive web app.
A handy tool with some pre-made CSS clip paths that you can then tweak to your heart’s desire.
A useful tool to help you generate a manifest file, icons, and a service worker for your progressive web
Another style guide generator that parses comments in CSS.
One more tool for making pattern libraries. This one looks fairly simple and straightforward.
A new pattern library tool, this time from the smart people at Cloud Four. It’s called Drizzle and it started life as a fork of Fabricator.
A very handy tool for figuring out breakpoints for responsive images.
Upload an image in its largest size, play around with the settings, and then generate the breakpoints, the markup, and the resized images for each breakpoint.
We’ve got Space Ipsum for text. Now we have SpaceHolder for images.
The missing font generator for Mac OS X.
Very handy for subsetting fonts for the web. It doesn’t (yet) export WOFF2 unfortunately.
Need an arbitrary—but not random—number? Here you go.
No numbers available? Top up the stock by providing some arbitrary numbers.
Get your next design game off to a quick start with this handy generator of nonsensical-yet-vaguely-plausible product ideas.
Nice! A Yeoman generator for scaffolding your own pattern primer.
(Those are just words, aren’t they? Y’know, as opposed to a sentence that would actually make sense to most right-thinking people.)
I bet you’re going to just keep clicking and clicking and clicking…