10 Best Chrome Extensions for Designers

Google Chrome is one of the most popular browser for desktop and mobile devices without any doubts. It is well known for developers and designers. Even though it has built-in features for developers such developer tools, there are extensions which make chrome even powerful.

Right now we are looking at some great Chrome extensions for designers. These extensions are carefully picked to cover different aspects of your daily work life. They are great for organizing and simplifying your day to day works without further due. We hope you will enjoy and find something useful for your designing business.

1. Grammarly

Grammarly improves your writing skills instantly like as you writing it. It is a fast, sophisticated, and dedicated writing partner. Grammarly is writing editing software, and it works on several areas to edit your writing as you go. It gives you suggestions for passive voice, active voice, commas, and grammar mistakes, and more.

The goal of Grammarly is to have your writing grammatically correct. Grammarly works across all sort of working environments. It works on computers, browsers, and mobile devices.

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2. Site Palette

Site Palette diggs out every color from a website in an organized way. You can then download each color palette as a sketch template or open each color in coolors, or you can create adobe swatch.

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3. CSS Peeper

CSS Peeper is a website inspector which give you all information on a website. It finds things like which color used, what fonts used explore the images, CSS codes.

It is one of the must-have an extension for designers. CSS peeper is an advanced and visual version of the chrome developer tool. This tool makes your day much more manageable as a designer.

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4. Muzli

Muzli is a tremendous new tab extension for chrome that delivers curated design inspiration tech related news and more. It is our favorite new tab application sofar. You can also customize the muzli Extension for a different variety of things.

Recently they have added a search functionality which is great for a designer who is looking for inspirations. The resources they provide have a certain quality level, which makes it very unique.

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5. Dark Reader

The dark reader is a cool extension for chrome and firefox that give any website you visit a dark theme that is easier on the eyes. The other benefit of this Extension is that it helps to save your battery life as you use dark mode on your laptop.

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6. Window Resizer

Meet Window Resizer. This is a real life-saver when it comes to seeing how your site looks on different viewports. Simply open the extension and either click the preset viewports or enter in something custom.

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7. Toybox

Are you spending a ton of time inspecting elements, grabbing screenshots, and logging bugs on your site? Well, look no further than the Toybox Chrome extension. This is truly the fastest way to leave feedback and inspect CSS directly on your site.

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8. SVG Grabber

Sometimes you just need to grab the logo or icons on a page. If that sounds like something you do – then welcome SVG Grabber into your life. Click a single button and it will automatically pull all the SVGs that are on the page. Get a complete view of what it was able to capture and quickly download the ones you need.

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9. Custom Cursor

Custom Cursor lets you change the default cursor to any of their flavor-town selections, as well as allowing you to upload a custom cursor. Very fun, very funky, very fresh!

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10. Fonts Ninja

Another easy, breezy, beautiful extension for your downloads is Fonts Ninja. This lets you hover over elements to see what fonts they’re using. You can also go straight from the fonts on the page to purchase using their extension toolbar.

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Thanks a lot for watching this post, we hope you got an idea which Chrome extension is best for your work and designing business.  🙂 Please drop a comment if you’ve got any other extensions that you use in your workflow!

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