ColorSnapper is the missing color picker for MacOS. The app lives in your menu bar. Clicking on the icon will bring up the option to pick a color. Your cursor will turn into a magnifying glass allowing you to see everything at the pixel level. You’ll also see the RGB or HEX value of the colors you’re currently hovering over.
Make sure the text you’re designing isn’t too light in your interface designs with Contrast. Combine this simple little menu bar app with your favorite design tool and design with accessibility in mind.
Contrast Safe allows you to check the contrast ratio between 2 colors and validate it against the WCAG standard. A nice companion for every digital designer.
A handy tool for highlighting your cursor, visualizing clicks & magnifying certain areas of your screen.
Quickly check for available resolutions, refresh rates, or retina capability on any of your internal or externally connected displays and projectors. Switch between aspect ratios or turn on mirroring with a single click.
Freehand is a Mac menu bar app for a quick sketch. Draw with colors and stroke widths. You can also copy your drawing to the clipboard.
Fresh backgrounds for your Mac from multiple resources.