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Ten Rich Internet Applications Perfect for Web Designers

10 Adobe AIR apps for web designers who are into experimenting and trying out new applications


pixus - screen shot.

pixus is a pixel-based ruler for objects on your screen/monitor. It has skins for Internet Explorer 6 and Safari so that you can visualize how a design or object looks in a web browser. pixus allows you to save preset dimensions for later use.


Klok - screen shot.

Klok is a nifty, robust project time-tracking tool. Klok comes with pre-defined templates including Web Project geared specifically for web designers and developers.


Snippely - screen shot.

If you’ve worked as a web designer for while, you’ve probably amassed a big list of bookmarks and code snipplets that you frequently use. Snippley is an application for organizing and managing your code snipplets within an intuitive interface and centralized location.

I hope you found this collection of tools helpful.

Did I miss your favorite? Have any experiences with these applications? Drop your inputs in the comments.


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Jacob Gube, a web developer and designer who works with PHP, .NET, Flash/ActionScript, XHTML, JavaScript/jQuery/MooTools and MySQL, is the creator and primary author of Six Revisions - a weblog the provides practical, useful information for the modern, standards-compliant web designer and web developer.

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