LU 12.23.14

With 2014 coming to a close, it’s important to look back at what web tools worked the best and what we need to change. There are pivotal questions to be asked when planning for 2015. We are always bombarded with news tools, helpful hints and more, as the online world changes drastically day-to-day. But what has worked best this year?

I ran across this great article form Mashable.com, who has compiled a list of the 11 most useful web tools of the 2014. Click on this link for the helpful tools and sites to make everything from creating charts to organization easier.  There are obviously a bunch of great websites, but these tools seem to stand out.

There is a ton of great info in this article, but for the purpose of providing just a glance of the helpful sites, take a look here:

– Infogram
– Up Hail
– Inbox by Gmail
– Overcast
– Nuzzel
– YouTube Music Key
– Medium
– Product Hunt
– Internet Arcade
– Genius
– F.lux

Are there any sites or tools you would like to add to this list?

Image courtesy of: Mashable.com