Have you ever found yourself editing a series of photos in Photoshop, tweaking your Wordpress site, or getting acquainted with Windows 8 and thought to yourself: this would be 100 times easier if I could just remember the shortcuts? Well, here are five desktop wallpapers to help keep shortcuts for common programs close at hand.
This helpful set of wallpapers from Hongkiat includes desktops for graphic design apps: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and Flash. There are also iPad and iPhone versions - although, good luck to you if you're trying to edit InDesign docs on your phone.
As a long-time Mac user, I had a really hard time making the transition to a Windows 8 tablet. The biggest problem? Remembering where all the swipes took me. This desktop design from MotorMouth solves that problem.
Cheat Sheet isn't a static wallpaper - instead I like to think of it as an evolving one (and one of our past Daily Tech Finds). The small OS X add-on is a helpful, full screen reminder that shows users any available shortcuts for any open application by simply holding down the Command key for two seconds.
Technically, there are no hot keys here, but this helpful set of reminders from QuicklyCode is a great resource for people who create online content: accessibility doesn't have to be a challenge and should be a priority.
Learning Wordpress is a little like learning a second language. The process is cumbersome, challenging, and rife with errors at first. But once you've got it down - you're golden. This wallpaper from QuicklyCode should help simplify that learning curve.
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