Just found out about konigi.com today by way of a tweet from @jasonsantamaria. I found a few great tools on the site.
“Konigi is a resource for user experience designers published by Michael Angeles. Konigi showcases examples of interface and visual design in its galleries, and points you to some of the best resources for UX in its notebook.”
Wireframe Graph Paper Notepad
The Product: “The Wireframe Graph Paper Notepad is made for visual designers, interaction designers, and information architects. The notepad has 40 sheets at 8 1/2 x 11 inches on…”
I ordered 2 notepads today!
Print your own: You can actually download and print your own PDF graph papers that konigi sells. I guess if I really like this product I should get a printer.
OmniGraffle UX Template
The Free Download: “Made for Web Designers. An OmniGraffle Pro (version 5) template for User Experience Designers with the formats you’ll need most for interface and interaction design. The doc is sized so you can work at 100%, and print at 8.5″ x 11″ or 11″ x 17″.”
How have I lived without this?! This signature creator is a great tool for sprucing up the often overlooked email signature. It’s base is feature rich but if you know HTML you can take it to another level. (Just make sure you know how different email systems translate HTML)
Just a few of the features I loved right off the bat were:
Use multiple email signatures (Business and Personal)
Add your logo or image to your signature
Easily Include all your IM (Instant messaging) ID’s + icons
Easily link to all of your social services-links & Profiles + icons
Works with Gmail, Google App’s, Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail, AOL and more…
Add your personal signature to any online Html supported page (Google Docs…etc)