Website Development – Free Online Tools

I thought it might be an interesting article to post some of my favorite online tools. I use these tools when building or maintaining websites.

Image Editor Pixlr is an excellent tool for quickly editing images. Its strengths are resizing and cropping images. It saves me time when I need to resize or change the aspect ratio of a picture.


  • Free To Use
  • Simplicity – Easy user interface.
  • Cloud-Based – No software to install.
  • Simple Download – With a click of the button, set the image quality, and download.

File Transfer

I mostly use Google Drive. However, limitations and complexities do exist when using Google Drive. The tool that we suggest our clients use for sending us large files is WeTransfer is best because you can upload as many files as you want, and as long as they total less than 2GB. WeTransfer sends a file download link via email to the recipient, and then they can download the data at their convenience.


  • Free To Use
  • Easy Upload – upload up to 2gb of files for transfer.
  • Secure Download – WeTransfer emails a download link to the recipients you select.

Grammar and Spelling Check is, in my opinion, the top SaaS, not free software. I use Grammarly for writing articles, emails, and all types of communication. If you value sounding profession when writing notes, emails, and blogs, look into Grammarly. 

Here is what it does.

  • Correctness – Improves spelling grammar and punctuation.
  • Clarity – Helps make your writing easier to understand.
  • Engagement – Helps make your writing more exciting and compelling.
  • Delivery – Helps you make the right impression on your reader.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to, and we will get back to you ASAP.

Nicholas Hughes