Tags: cheat sheet

Papersizes.io [↗]

PaperSizes – A simple, free resource for finding the international standards for paper sizes.

I don’t do an awful lot of print work work, but even so, this is a handy reference, and it’s beautifully designed.

Easing Functions Cheat Sheet [↗]

Objects in real life don’t just start and stop instantly, and almost never move at a constant speed. When we open a drawer, we first move it quickly, and slow it down as it comes out. Drop something on the floor, and it will first accelerate downwards, and then bounce back up after hitting the floor.

This page helps you choose the right easing function.

I love the example animations, they make choosing the right easing function really easy.

Emoji-Cheat-Sheet.com [↗]

A one pager for emojis on Campfire and GitHub.

Because sometimes a poop emoji says it all.

Git Cheat Sheet [↗]

Even with a GUI application at hand there are times when you resort to the command line. We admit we can’t memorize all important Git commands – that’s why we created a nice cheat sheet for Git that we would like to share with you.
On the front you can find all important commands. On the back you can find our Version Control Best Practices that help you get the most out of version control with Git.

I’ve only ever used Git on the command line and I still forget some commands. Anyhow, this is a nice looking cheat sheet and I’ll probably print a copy for my office pin-board.

Canvas Cheat Sheet [↗]

A nice looking cheat sheet for the HTML5 canvas element.

The 2016 Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet [↗]

Social networks change the dimensions and formats of images frequently, and it can be difficult to stay updated with what is what. As you start to plan out your social media campaigns for 2016, it’s imperative that you optimize your personal and business’ social media profiles with the right image sizes if you want to stand out from the crowd.

It’ll probably be out of date soon, but nonetheless, it’s a good guide.

Git Cheat Sheet [↗]

I love a good cheat sheet, here’s one for Git.