Postmake Bits

Weekly tools and resources to help you design, build, and grow your projects, curated from all over the web. Got a bit you want to share? Tweet us!

Sunday, 03 May

MVP Tools
Business name generator and instant domain search combined in one. Discover a great name for your brand.

Sunday, 26 Apr

Development Tools
Quickly ensure that your responsive webpages looks great in every size.
Helpful Resource
"Good Books is a curated collection of book recommendations from the world's most successful, influential and interesting people. We've spent 6 months analysing 15,000+ book recommendations and have handpicked the best".
Design Tools
Open-source catchy illustrations for perfect error pages
Marketing Tools
Curates & adds the best marketing landing pages, Growth case studies, podcasts, videos, articles, guides & more to inspire marketers like you for growth. Sourced by the community, continuously.

Wednesday, 29 Apr

Helpful Resource
"For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had a desire to build and run my own business."
Growth Resources
"Since starting TLDR in August of 2018, I've been growing it steadily with a combination of forum posting, paid ads, word of mouth referral marketing, cross promotion, and link building."

Sunday, 19 Apr

Design Tools
Every fricking glyph at your fingertips
Marketing Tools
Chirr App makes it easy to publish Twitter threads.
Productivity Resources
"The good news is that it’s incredibly easy to deal with email, even when you are getting hundreds per day."
Helpful Resource
A Twitter thread, by Naval Ravikant.

Wednesday, 22 Apr

Design Resources
Learn product design from the best resources on the internet
Productivity Resources
"Before 2020 I had grand plans about all of the things I was going to write throughout the next year. But, that didn’t happen."
Productivity Tools
A free chrome extension that pauses distractions so you can scroll less and do more.

Sunday, 12 Apr

Productivity Resources
Shopify’s Director of Production Engineering explains how reading broadly helps him get to the bottom of things.

Wednesday, 15 Apr

Productivity Tools
Create automated email digests from virtually any news source, like Reddit, Twitter, YouTube, RSS and Hacker News.
Marketing Resources
Harry Dry's Marketing Examples is a great resource for relatively short guides and case studies on various topics in marketing. Here's a good one.
Growth Tools
Learn to sell, find your first paying customers and grow a successful business.
Helpful Resource
"Many years ago, I built what I believe was the best-selling BlackBerry app of all-time, BBSmart Email Viewer."
Productivity Resources
"The punchline is this: I’m doing the same stuff I was doing two years ago. Except it’s a little more refined and focused."
Helpful Resource
How to start, run, and sell a bootstrapped SaaS company without burning out. A companion guide.
Helpful Resource
"It’s been 6 months since the official launch of Lunch Money and I’ve been sharing milestones, both big and small. But that’s hardly the full picture."

Sunday, 23 Feb

Productivity Resources
Julian shares how he uses Twitter by leveraging the official Tweetdeck dashboard. This approach works especially good for people that manage more than one twitter account at a time.
Productivity Tools
"Motion actively prevents you from getting distracted on the web through real-time interventions, reminders, and analytics." Free, for Chrome.
Marketing Resources
Henry shares his approach to building his Twitter following for MarketingExamples, which has now surpassed 23k followers. Pretty amazing considering the project is barely a year old.
Productivity Resources
Pierre managed to go through more than 4000 recommendations from 208 lists, and compiled the results into the top 25 recommendations. Similar to Postmake's Founder Books thread. Funny how much these two lists converge – goes to show how much of an echo chamber we startup folk live in.
Productivity Resources
"I’ve been a professional software developer for almost 8 years now. I’ve been paid to write a lot of software in those years. Far more interesting to me has been the recurring themes that have come up in my side-projects and in the software I’ve been personally compelled to write."