The Panda Monthly Report — February 2016

Panda is an aggregator of all things popular in tech and today we’re happy to introduce our first issue highlighting the most popular designs, inspirations and products every month. The aim is to give you a healthy snapshot of what happened and what you may have missed. Why? So much is going on in the tech world today and it’s just hard to stay on top of everything. Hopefully this will make things a little bit easier. Welcome to the first issue of The Panda Monthly report.

The report has been prepared based on popularity and pandamark scores of an article / design. So this curation is totally based on the perspective of Panda users. Join Panda Weekly Newsletter to receive a weekly curation of most popular articles.


1- Instant 3.0 — Google Analytics for your life.
by Shashwat Pradhan, hunted by Neeraj Thakur

2- yes.no — Ask people you admire things you’ve always wanted to know
by Assaf Levy and Yonatan Doron, hunted by Jack Smith

3- Unsplash 4.0 — Free (do whatever you want) high-res photos
by Naoufal Kadhom, Kirill Zakharov, Mikael Cho, Charles, Aaron Klaassen, Joe Bagel and Ali Mese

4- Popcorn Time Online — Stream movies and TV series on your browser
hunted by @ldvillaverde

5- Autonomous Sit-to-Stand Desk — $299 Electric height adjustable standing desk w/ memory pad
by Duy Huynh

6- Collect UI — Daily inspiration collected from #dailyui archive and beyond
by Ahmet Sülek, William Channer, Serbay Arslanhan, Can Kutlu Kınay and Kubilay Kahveci

7- Polymail iOS — Simple, beautiful, powerful email for iOS
by Brandon Shin, hunted by Niv Dror

8- Postman for Mac (Beta) — Build, test, and document your APIs faster
by Abhinav Asthana and Ankit Sobti, hunted by Chris Messina

9- git:logs — The definitive list of open source resources on Github
by Thomas Zhou, hunted by Jad Limcaco

10- UX Assist — Workflows for designers driven by UX activities
by Adit Gupta

Bonus Products for Designers

Sketch Extensions — An official collection of Sketch extensions & plugins
hunted by Eric Willis

StyleKit — UI framework for OSX
hunted by Ben Tossell

UX Recipe for iOS — Design checklist & estimation tool for your next UX project
by Alecsandru

mjml. — The first framework to write responsive emails easily
by Arnaud BRETON, Nicolas Garnier and Shubham SHARMA, hunted by Nicolas Grenié

LOL Colors — Curated color palette inspiration.
by Mackenzie Child, hunted by RJ McCollam








1- til — Today I Learned

2- bricks.js — A blazing fast masonry layout generator for fixed width elements — by callmecavs

3- 30DaysofSwift — A self-taught project to learn Swift — by Creative Wang

4- maybe — See what a program does before deciding whether you really want it to happen

5- diff-so-fancy — Good-lookin’ diffs with diff-highlight and more — by Paul Irish, Robert Chang and Steve Mao

6- Yep — Meet Genius — by kevinzhow

7- git-blame-someone-else — Blame someone else for your bad code — by Jay Phelps

8- awesome-public-datasets — An awesome list of high-quality open datasets in public domains (on-going) — by Xiuming Chen

9- cash — Cross-platform Linux without the suck

10- Material — Express your creativity with Material, an animation and graphics framework for Google’s Material Design and Apple’s Flat UI in Swift. — by Adam Dahan, Daniel Dahan

11- oh-my-zsh — A delightful community-driven framework for managing your zsh configuration. Includes 200+ optional plugins (rails, git, OSX, hub, capistrano, brew, ant, php, python, etc), over 140 themes to spice up your morning, and an auto-update tool so that makes it easy to keep up with the latest updates from the community — by Robby Russell

12- cssco — Photographic filters made with CSS, inspired by VSCO and CSSgram — by Lauren Waller and Michael Thorne













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