This week’s pick is the recent discovery called mymind. A browser extension to save all of the web things like articles, images, text and inspiration for later. While I know a lot of creatives and designers who use Pinterest and other public ecosystems to visually bookmark things online they usually are too clunky to support its users.
Mymind extension is a bit different. It’s an elegant solution powered by AI, which automatically scans and tags content with meaningful and human-friendly tagging mechanisms so that a person who saved something for later could easily search for and rediscover those bits again.
Note: we’re not affiliated with the tool makers. It’s just a great UX tool you should know about.
In this new weekly UX design, user research and product design tools series I’ll share some of the best picks I’ve encountered to date. You’ll find out about the best apps, extensions, websites and other helpful tools.