The new year is officially here, and with it, the possibility to make 2020 the best year yet. To help you start into January with ease, the 101domain team wants to share our most helpful web resources with you.
Freepik is a platform with over 80,000 exclusive free resources every month, which can help you to find free vector art, illustrations, icons, graphics, and photos. You will find four main categories (Vectors, PSD Files, Icons, and Stock Photos) but also many subcategories that can narrow down your search. When using free resources, you must give credit to the author by using the line “Designed by Freepik” or the author’s name. If you become a premium user, attribution isn’t required (which includes up to 100 downloads per day).
In 2015 the well-established learning platform Lydia.com became Linkedin Learning which now offers video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and various business skills. It helps users discover new business and develop technology-related skills through expert-led courses. After completing a course, you can also add the related skills to your LinkedIn profile. You can try it for free for up to one month, after that it is available as a premium monthly or annual subscription.
Evernote is a cloud-based software service app that helps to create, organize, or store files. You can use it for a simple shopping list or complex business purposes. Evernote allows you to create notes and store your files (whether it is a document, a picture, a video, audio files, or web pages) in the cloud instead of a local computer or mobile device, saving you storage. When you upload a new file or make changes to an existing one, the app will sync all changes across your account.
You Need a Budget (YNAB) is a browser-based budgeting program that tracks all of your transactions and allows you to manage your budget. It can help to simplify your financial tracking by connecting directly to your bank and credit card companies, as well as automatically downloading transactions. YNAB also offers a mobile app for both Android and iOS devices that syncs your data across all devices. Furthermore, you can ask Amazon’s Alexa to tell you details about your balance or available funds.
In today’s capitative online world, speed is everything. Large images can slow a website down and ruin the user’s experience. TinyJPG is a free image optimization tool that reduces the file size of your JPEGs. It allows you to run up to 20 images at a time, while every uploaded image will be analyzed to apply the best possible JPEG encoding. The online tool creates an optimally compressed JPEG file with the result of a quality image.