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ngine is a graphic design subscription service to connect your creative needs to our team of in-house graphic designers.
Our ethos is to make high-quality design accessible to more people.
ngine can help you expand your service offering and increase your speed of delivery without raising your overhead and recruitment costs.
Our levels of subscription allow you to create all the graphic design work at the pace you need.
ngine is for everyone, from marketing teams to small businesses, start-ups to freelancers, SaaS businesses to creative agencies.

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SMBImg is a tool that allows users to create stunning and customizable images for Twitter, Instagram, App Store, Product Hunt, Facebook, Open Graph, and more.

SMBImg can change, beautify and save background gradients or solid colors; add shadows; control border-radius; create and save watermarks with custom titles or links; apply shadows to them; change colors, weight, and thickness; control watermark position; and much more.

SMBImg also can convert images instantly and easily. It supports all major image formats such as JPG, PNG, GIF, and WEBP.

SMBImg has plugins for WordPress and Strapi.

The application also automatically applies last customizations to save users time so they can focus on creating great content.

SMBImg is absolutely free to use. There are certain features that are available with a paid subscription.

Hootsuite is a social media management website. It offers top free social media components for business growth. Its scheduling tools automatically schedule the contents to save time. It provides the right content to engage the audience and research potential customers. Its focusing tool keeps keen eyes on new trends, conversations, and brands. Its social analytics dashboard evaluates the content performance. It collaborates with the team to produce the best content to grow the business.

An Outlook add-in warns you when its AI thinks you’re about to email the wrong person or file.

Nearly every week, we’d hear at work about how somebody’s sent out some confidential email to the wrong company and how we’re now in jeopardy. They’d start typing in the name of the person they mean to send the sensitive information to and just click the first entry in the auto-complete list. The first thing proposed was to disable the Outlook auto-complete, as that was thought to be the culprit.

Needless to say, the users revolted. We’d just taken away a productivity tool and now they had to go find the email address of every single person they wanted to email. Since everyone had grown so reliant on the auto-complete, nobody had created contacts for any of these people and everyone was angry. They’d have to go into old emails, copy the email address of the people they wanted, and paste them into the email. They’d grab extra symbols around the email as they’d quickly try to do this. It was a nightmare. Within a week, we were told to re-enable the feature.

I had an idea: why couldn’t you use AI to tell if somebody was about to email the wrong person? Sure, it was easy to miss [email protected] wasn’t the same as [email protected] as a human, but a computer wouldn’t make that mistake nearly as easily. So I started working on my nights and weekends on a way to create a “spellcheck” for recipients. I made an Outlook extension that reads your email, gets to know your habits, and can tell if you’re about to email the wrong person. I started thinking that I could probably easily have it detect if you missed an attachment, so I added that feature as well. A lot of testing later and I had Jiminy.

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