Hemingway is nice, clean writing app that aims to provide “distraction free writing” and simplify some other aspects of crafting the written word. How does it measure up? Give a listen to this podcast for our take on it. Kimba delights us with insights into color theory and how it affects how we feel about stuff.
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Hemingway also does grammar and spellchecking, much like Grammarly (see Podcast #017)
Besides having a web browser-based version, Grammarly also comes in a desktop app for Windows or Mac
How’s it different from Grammarly?
- No internet needed
- No web browser integration
- Better price
You can publish directly to WordPress or Medium
Other web formats: publish as HTML or a Markdown document
Export to MS Word, as a text file, or as a PDF
Pro-tip: If you’re an editor/collaborator on a project, you can as a PDF with all the Hemingway highlighting intact, showing what areas should be reworked.
$19.99 (that’s it! You’re buying the desktop app. No subscription needed)
A study in color helps us to understand the story we are trying to tell with our websites, logos or landing pages. Why does one color of a button create more clicks than another? Why do 54% of flags contain the color blue? What color is made from toxic metals? What two flags contain the color purple? Why Dominica and Nicaragua of course!
Links from the Show
Hemingway – hemingwayapp.com
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