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Component design ideas. A lot of sites have full-site design examples, but what if you just need to add a calendar, popup or login box? This site has you covered with examples of individual components in many different design styles.
Check suspicious emails for phishing scams. Forward them any email you think might be sketchy and get a report back within 2 minutes. Free to use and forwarded emails are deleted within 7 days.
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Showcase your startups and projects. Like Linktree for indie hackers, solopreneurs and portfolio careerists, this site lets you create a beautiful showcase for your projects (both active and sunsetted) in seconds.
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Flag coloring quiz. Tap the colored sections of each flag until they match the correct colors of the actual flag. With nearly 200 flags in the database, you might be here for a while.
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Your newsletter inbox. The world seems less cluttered and easier to understand when you can read your email mindfully, in a purpose-built space that gives your actual emails space in your normal inbox.
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