screen shots

More – The Best Designed Web Sites

  • June 11, 2008

Screenalicious.comScreenalicious boasts that they have more than 9800 of the best screen shots in their database. The site allows users to upload screenshots of well-designed websites and other users can vote or comment on the site.

The main purpose of the site is to allow web designers quick and easy access to a database that allows them to gauge current trends in web design. Screenshots are displayed in large thumbnails which can be clicked on for close ups. Since the site also allows users to click through to the site in question, it also serves as a way of promoting one’s website as well as the design. If you don’t want the hassle of having to check the site throughout the day, you can also subscribe to the Screenalicious RSS feed and find out instantly each time a new site is uploaded.

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More – A Brilliant Way to Quote

  • December 26, 2007

Kwout.comThink that screen shot and image capturing technology is as good as it gets? Kwout takes screen shots to the next level. The site allows users to capture a part of a web page to save to Flickr, Tumblr, or their own website.

Not only does Kwout capture the selected area, but users can click on all hyperlinks as if they were on the original webpage- in other words, all links remain active and intact. Kwout is saved to a computer’s bookmark, so images can be captured at all times. After selecting an area and its specific size, Kwout provides a way to directly upload the image or paste in html information. Simply, Kwout is “a brilliant way to quote.”

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More . The ´Visual´ Search Engine

  • June 7, 2007 . The ´Visual´ Search EnginePageBull is essentially a search engine with screenshots. They call themselves the “visual internet search engine” though other search engines who have given themselves this same title refer to it as a visual mapping of websites, so don´t get this one confused with the others.

Though, this service could still be potentially quite helpful, given that you can see a preview of what the page will look like before you make the big commitment of hitting the linked url. To use Pagebull, Javascript must be activated on your browser, and brower requirements are described as “newer” though I am not quite sure what that means.Pagebull is now available in beta, start visualizing your searches today. . The ´Visual´ Search Engine

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