FotoJet Overview

By Ahmed Mahmoud

FotoJet is an online photo editing, collage creation, and graphics creation web application. It’s like mixing Canva and Polarr and getting the most common features of both. The main advantage of FotoJet is that it’s all online so you don’t have to download anything to start using it, also there’s a free tier to start…

How to Create Your Own Feedly Alternative

By Ahmed Mahmoud

If you were a user of Google feedburner who was relying on the service to manage your RSS feeds to follow your favorite online publications and podcasts update and had to moive from it to another service after googe shattered it you might be thinking what if this new service is closed the same way…

How to Plan Office Space, Store Space and Home Renovation Online Part One (Dassault Systèmes, HomeByMe)

By Ahmed Mahmoud

Many Business, store and home owners’ struggles while planning office space, store space and home renovation. There are two main reasons for that struggle; first, they can’t visualize and thus feel how the office/store/home would look like after the redesign. Second, they can’t iterate between various designs in an easy and convenient way. This “How…

How to Design Your Graphics Online for Free Using Canva

By Ahmed Mahmoud

Computer graphics are used everywhere nowadays; in presentations, posters, infogrphics, logo creation, business cards, invitations,  online advertisements and way many other things. But not everyone is a designer or has the budget to hire one, and here comes Canva. Canva is a free online app that allows anyone to create professional looking graphics (logo, infographics,…

How to Sync Files Across All Cloud Storage Services

By Ahmed Mahmoud

We’re all using one or more cloud storage service (e.g. Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, etc.). These services varies in their storage capacity, bandwidth allocated and their accompanied services, and it’s very common that you’ve files on for example Google Drive and you want to transfer them to Dropbox or vice versa; the straight forward…