A writer doesn’t just write; we also edit, attract clients and handle finances and marketing. Luckily these specialised tools for writers are here to help.
Hands-on reviews of technology and tools that have helped me write better.
Every writer works differently. Curate your own set of writing tools that work for you. You can start here with our 20 essential online tools for writers.
I think I’ve found the perfect tool for taking screenshots and editing them. Check out the full review of Skitch.
Two great font tools reviewed: Fontstruct to create fonts and Identifont to figure out which one is which.
Typography makes a big difference to your credibility, readability and swagger. Get marketing insights into typography. Read this article to get marketing insights from science and best practice. You don’t need to be a designer to be a better typographer. It’s open to everyone.
An interview with Emilie Holmes, tea entrepreneur, about her successful Kickstarter campaign and weaning the English off lousy tea.
Matthew Stibbe reviews the Jabra Pro 9450 headset as a tool for writers and a way to improve interviews.
Is it possible to do real writing work on the London Underground? Matthew Stibbe ran a four-week experiment to find out. Read the article for more.
Change the way you write in Word by learning the tips and tricks that make it easy to navigate your own writing. Every writer should learn these Word hacks
PowerPoint has a bad reputation, but the program doesn’t make bad presentations. People do. Learn how to use PowerPoint more effectively with these tips.