My favorite tools and software.
Add a little bit of extra privacy to your internet browsing.
The best 3rd party Reddit app on the App Store.
Cypress makes it really easy to automate website testing.
Dependabot keeps all of my project dependencies up to date every week, saving me time and frustration.
Convert your lectures into fully fledged essays. Thank me later
My favorite analytics tool for my personal site and side projects. Fathom is fast, easy to use, and privacy-first.
A gorgeous open source icon set – easily grab SVGs, or integrate it directly into your React project.
A simple writing surface with API access to my content.
I use GitHub Mobile to keep up with my work and side projects.
If you are a creator and want to sell something online, Gumroad will have you up and earning in minutes.
The best way to know what’s happening inside my computer at all times.
The best way to build modern React websites.
Outlook for iOS
The best mail and calendar combination app on the App Store.
A simple, but powerful, tool for sending transactional emails.
A compositional CSS framework that makes styling websites easy. It’s like writing CSS on steroids.
Things is my second brain. It’s the gold standard of software design: fast, fun, easy to use, beautiful, with a complete cross-device story.
Everything I make on the internet lives on Vercel. Vercel is the gold standard of developer tools.
About these links
I only recommend apps and tools that I use frequently and think are excellent. Nobody is paying to be on this list.
However, some of the links above are affiliate links. Any affiliate income earned goes straight back into powering this website and my other side projects: servers, storage, domain names, and other operational costs.
My stack is a curated list of tools and software that I use regularly. In general, less is more. But I’m always interested in discovering great new apps and tools – let me know what I should check out.