While steadily building out content on The Busy Creator’s own resource page, I discovered an excellent tool called Web Design Repo. It is, simply put, an exhaustive list of web design tools, ranging from podcasts to code snippets. Absolutely worth a visit if you’re a web designer or ever need to look things up.

According to the site, the Web Design Repo was founded in March 2013 and [is] curated by Ben Mildren. In December 2013 Chris Cates joined the team as a developer to work on rrrepo, of which Web Design Repo will become a part.

The significance, in my view, is that this rrrepo software could become a method of quickly building and maintaining a knowledge base for you and your team. I spoke about the frustration of building a resource pool or common repository on a recent podcast, so we will watch this one with great interest.

What are you using to store links and useful information? Where do you turn to discover new stuff on the web?

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About the author: Prescott Perez-Fox

Prescott Perez-Fox is a New York-based graphic designer and brand developer with 17+ years experience in branding, packaging, graphic design, and web design. He runs The Busy Creator.

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