Christmas Gift Guide for Web Designers and Developers for 2020

It is the season of giving! Deciding what gifts to give your friends and loved ones isn’t the easiest one to make. Do you have a budget to follow? What do they like? What don’t they like?

Here is a short Christmas gift guide to check out for your web designer/developer friends and loved ones:

Amazon Alexa-Enabled Smart Plug

There are many Alexa-enabled gadgets on Amazon, but the Amazon Smart Plug might be the best one to give to a web developer. It adds voice control to any outlet that could schedule or remotely control any home appliance.  It has a 4.7 out of 5 rating on Amazon and is considered as one of the highest-selling tech products. Just imagine, calling Alexa to turn on the coffee maker for you in the morning, or turning on the lights for you during late-night work hustles.

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Online Course Subscriptions

The best gift we could give anyone is a chance to improve themselves. Why not give your best developer or designer buddy an online course subscription of their choice as a gift? There are many available choices online. There is Lynda, Udemy, Coursera, Shaw Academy, and more.

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Sony WH-1000XM4

The best headphone in the world right now, a headphone that could “do it all”. Lightweight and comfortable with amazing quality.

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Rocketbook Wave Smart Notebook

Ever wanted to write down on a traditional pen and paper but instantly upload the work on a cloud? There are now smart notebooks available on the market where there are mobile apps that could transform any note into its digital form. It could be a sketch, a flowchart, or just notes. The Rocketbook Wave Smart notebook is good but Moleskine smart notebook is another one worthy to try.

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All-in-one World Wide Travel Adapter

Work everywhere and work anywhere.

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Books are forever

These are not only good for coffee table aesthetics but there are really a lot of books that are held in high regard by many developers around the world. In fact, some developers like reading a few old books even if the coding is outdated. Because there is so much more to learn than just coding. Here are some of them:

Don’t Make Me Think by Steve Krug

Programming Pearls by John Bentley

Binary Wrist Watch

Having a binary wristwatch over a regular digital or analog watch is not really so different. There is so much more fun to reading time in the language of computers. It just makes you really cool – in a nerdy way. Thankfully, there are a few brands available on the internet.

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Logitech MX Master 3

It could be a bit expensive but, trust me, they would thank you for this.

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NOTHING BEATS THE CLASSIC. There are times when we just want to unplug, enjoy the silence, and detach from the world. Most of the time, these are the best moments when we get our most creative ideas. A handy notepad or sketchpad can really do the trick at times like this. If you want it a little more pizzazz, then maybe a responsive sketchpad from UI stencils can do the trick.

Typodarium 2021

A calendar that features a different typeface every day? How else can you get design inspiration?

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Bonus Stocking Stuffers:

Programmer Coffee Mugs

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Laptop Stickers

Funny Developer/Designer T-Shirts


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