September is traditionally considered the month that marks transitions between seasons. It is the beginning of fall in the northern hemisphere and the start of spring in the southern. No matter, if you already miss the summer or can’t wait for winter, here are our most popular web resources this month to help you transition smoothly with the seasons.
1. Planner 5D
Planner 5D is an intuitive online home design tool and interior design software. It allows you to create countless interior layouts and you can create 2D as well as 3D floor plans for homes, bars, offices, or even outdoor areas. It is a simple to use app that enables the user to create beautiful and realistic interior and exterior designs in 2D and 3D mode, regardless of your skill level. Planner 5D also offers a large database of design ideas and the option to transform your layouts into hyper-realistic HD 3D renders.
Docracy is an open-source collection of legal documents that provides everything from employment contracts to basic service agreements. The goal is to provide reliable material to help people find free legal documents while making it easier to customize and use. Anyone can upload or write a new document, or edit and improve existing documents. Additionally, it offers free digital signing of legal documents. Therefore, Docracy can save you thousands of dollars on attorney’s fees.
Upwork is a global freelancing platform that can help you connect with freelance writers, programmers, or web designers, from all over the world. The site makes it easier for working professionals to find projects, communicate with employers, and get paid. After posting a job, the site will analyze your needs and provide a list of potential candidates. It is also possible to search the site for talent single-handedly. Employers can get in touch with their freelancers via Upwork’s in-app messaging service.
Qapital is a banking microsavings app that helps users save money. The term “microsavings” means saving money or pocket change in small increments, which is exactly what the app helps you do. Qapital helps you save money effortlessly by allocating small amounts of your purchases and other daily activities toward savings. The change eventually adds up, making it a good option for short-term saving and other financial goals.
5. Google Fonts
Google Fonts is a collection of hundreds of web fonts you can use without any restrictions. The open-source selection of fonts is free for commercial and personal use, and the Google Fonts website makes it easy to select and utilize different fonts for your design needs. Once the fonts are installed, you may use the beautiful fonts in documents just like any other standard font. To use them on your website, all you need to do is include a few lines of code to embed one or more of these fonts.