Project Management Software Development Technology

5 Best Collaboration Platforms for Developers

The most effective way to maximize the productivity of your development team is to use collaboration tools. To help you in picking out the right choice, LANEXUS has selected 5 best collaboration tools for you to check out.

Tool#1 Trello

Trello, undoubtedly, is one of the most popular tools being used by several Fortune-500 companies for project management and collaboration.


Trello offers integration with several other platforms including, Dropbox, GoogleDrive, OneDrive, Slack and the list goes on.

Tool#2 Slack

Next in the list, is none other than the mighty Slack!



Slack also supports voice and video calling as well. You can utilize these features to talk to your team members about the latest developments underway. Although it cannot be considered as an alternative to the cloud storage services because it comes with a limit, it is absolutely compatible with Google Drive, Trello, OneDrive, and the like.

Tool#3 GitHub

A purely cloud-based collaboration tool for developers.


GitHub is a web application which and a cloud-based service which allows software developers to store, manage, and reuse their code. The way it has managed to serve the development teams located remotely is quite miraculous

Tool#4 JIRA

One of the best software development tools for project management & task delegation for all agile teams out there.



Initially, JIRA was developed to cater to the needs of businesses of all kinds. Slowly and gradually, it evolved into a complete and full-fledged project management tool with tons of features to offer. Now, JIRA employs feature-rich solutions based on Hybrid Scrumban Approach.


A state-of-the-art collaboration platform that enables software developers to contribute to a project and get paid. is a web-based contributor platform that contains, almost all the qualities of the best collaboration platforms in the market. It is a perfect blend of contribution platforms and collaboration platforms alike.

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Product Design UI/UX

5 Useful Tools for Interface Designers

Tool #1 Artboard Studio

Artboard Studio allows designers to create, animate, and present their projects with an extensive library of assets and templates online.

Artboard Studio

Tool #2 Figma

Figma is a cloud-based collaborative design tool where you can create and prototype user interfaces, and as well as other publication materials. This tool makes collaboration easier and more efficient.


Tool #3 WeTransfer

WeTransfer is the simplest way to transfer large files on the internet. You can send up to 2GB of files without a single problem.


Tool #4 Whimsical

Whimsical is a collaborative visual design tool that allows you to create the necessary flowcharts, wireframes, sticky notes, and mind maps for your designs.


Tool #5 Mural

Mural is a cloud-based visual collaboration workspace for modern teams. It provides a shared digital whiteboard where teams can discuss complex challenges and facilitate design thinking methods.


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8 Tips on Colors in Interface Design

Tip #1 Consider the Psychology of Colors

UI design wouldn’t be the same if everything were black and white. Color plays a role in everything from designing UI buttons to conveying emotion.’

Consider the Psychology of Colors


Tip #2 Understanding your Audience

The colors you choose for your product might evoke different things to different users. Understand who these users are and their preferences. Men and women can be one of many possible classifications to put in mind. 

Understanding your Audience

An audience classification can be grouped according to Industry, Age Group, Interest, and other demographics.

Tip #3 Balance is Key 🗝️

The 60–30–10 is a timeless decorating rule that can help you put a color scheme together easily. The 60% + 30% + 10% proportion is meant to give balance to the colors used in any space including your user interface. 

Balance is Key

Tip #4 Understand Brand Archetypes

Brand personalities are based on a certain brand archetype. An archetype has a specific set of color schemes you can choose or base from. There are 12 but let’s use Magician as an example.

Understand Brand Archetypes

Tip #5 Consider Contrast

Contrast is one of the 3Cs of interface design. Contrast is one of the key factors influencing the scannability and visual hierarchy of the page. It enables the designer to present the layout in a way that informs users which points of interaction are vital and which ones are secondary. 

Consider Contrast

Tip #6 Blue is King 👑

Everyone just loves it which is why many of the biggest tech companies utilize it. In fact, it’s the favorite color of both men and women. Just look at Facebook, Skype, IBM, Intel, and HP who use this passive color to symbolize freedom, trust, intelligence, and progress.

Blue is King

Tip #7 Design with Accessible Colors

There are an estimated 285 million people in the world who are visually impaired. Other than having a well-designed interface, we should also make sure it’s designed with accessibility in mind. Take a look at how colors are viewed by users that are visually impaired.

Design with Accessible Colors

There are a lot of tools and guidelines you can use to check if your product passes the web accessibility guidelines.

Tip #8 Tools of the Trade 🛠

A lot of companies have their own system and tools to come up with the best color schemes that are aesthetically pleasing and accessible. Here are a few tools LANEXUS use in designing interfaces:

Tools of the Trade

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