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Get a Photoshop plugin that will help you perfect your work as a web designer! Here is the list of 10 amazing Photoshop addons:

Codly

Codly can automatically code your Photoshop mobile-design work, saving you lots of time and effort in development. With Codly you’ll have plenty of room for experimentation and new ideas. Codly’s interface is very intuitive, featuring a simple drag and drop system. This platform can generate code for BlackBerry, Windows 10, Android XML and of course iOS.

Random User Generator

Random User Generator is a free open source API which generates placeholder user data for forms and other similar structures. Random User Generator’s tagline is „Like Lorem Ipsum, but for people”. Data can include passwords, phone numbers, addresses, birthdays, emails and names.

Suitcase Fusion 6

Suitcase Fusion 6 is the perfect Photoshop plugin for Google font lovers. This little add-on will keep your fonts perfectly organized in Photoshop. You can compare fonts and preview them before implementing, which can save you a lot of time.

Retinize It

Retinize It allows designers to slice and export from certain groups or layers directly as assets. Not only that but this plugin offers designers the option to magnify smart objects or shapes by 200-300%, making it easier to prepare the image for iOS displays and retina.

PSD Cleaner

PSD Cleaner will organize your PSD files in an instant. Browsing for empty layers or missing names is no longer a drag with this neat little add-on. PSD Cleaner will set you back $19.99 but you can work without any distractions.

LayerCraft

LayerCraft can help you export individual assets to Photoshop layers. You can export directly to Android or iOS, with options such as trimming, duplicating, removing empty pixels and scaling up to 200% or down to 50%.

Photoshop Plugin for Prototyping

Usually, after you create a mockup in Adobe Photoshop you need to build it again from scratch for prototyping purposes. The UXPin app solves this issue by allowing complete integration. Just export your PSDs straight into the platform and then simply add interactions to your mockup for feedback purposes. This platform also preserves all your layers for prototyping.

Oven

Oven is a neat little Photoshop plugin that helps with other plugins – When you want to generate image assets from layers through the use of other plugins for web designers, you’ll need to name them appropriately before export images. Oven speeds up the process by baking your multiple layers properly. You can export in either .png or .jpg for Android or iOS. Oven also features a duplicate option which keeps your original label names intact.

Perspective Mockups

We all know that Photoshop CS6 offers some stunning presentation documents and deliverables. Perspective Mockups can make your PS files even better – this plugin allows you to stack, tilt, rotate or layer the perspective of the file according to your needs and preferences.

GuideGuide

This plugin allows designers to create highly customizable guides extremely fast. GuideGuide is a very popular Adobe Photoshop plugin – you can create guides with multiple options based on the selected layers, artboards and canvases. You can create instant guides for already designed selections – secondary options such as duplicating or sharing are also available.

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