Five Best New Web Design Tools

Freelance writers many times will want to design a website or blog to advertise their products or services. Therefore, I will add information concerning tools for building blogs or websites here from time to time.
This is a listing of the Five Best New Web Design Tools as reflected by Inspired Magazine. Information is shared courtesy of

Five Best New Web Design Tools


If you’re a freelance designer there’s a good chance you’re sharing your design concepts with your clients via email. Soon, there will be a better way: Prevue.
Prevue allows you to upload, organize and share your work with your clients. You’ll have everything in the same place so you will know for sure your clients can see the design you made and you’re talking about the same ones when discussing feedback. Even better, the client can annotate the image (like on Flickr) and thus leave feedback directly on your designs.


Recently there have launched quite a few of design communities that require an invitation or a selection process to gain entry.
DesignDrip believes this is an elitist idea and anyone with a passion for design should be able to join the community. Therefore they started their own community where anyone can participate. Share, rate and comment on your favorite designs together with your peers.

Font Story

Unlike other design communities Font story decided to focus on one particular niche: Fonts.
If you’re a sucker for good typography, like to discover great new fonts and would like to get a discount on them as well, this site is for you.


Although technically not a ‘design website’ you may still want to check out Pinterest which is a social cataloging service. It’s a place where you can post collections of things you love, and “follow” collections created by people with great taste.
It’s a great way to browse for inspiration and share your favorite images you have found across the web.


This service will help designers, writers, and other creatives form and develop ideas. It uses the power of words and people’s unique associations with them to fuel the creative process and encourage unconventional solutions to visual problems.
There isn’t much known much else about this startup, so it will be interesting to see what their final service will look like.
After reading about the above startups, which are you most looking forward to?


  1. Hi, I'm not a designer but you certainly a lot of valuable information here. Keep up the good work.

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