- Addicted to Photoshop
This app is one of many created by Brusheezy and is marketed as giving users access to popular Photoshop brushes on patterns right on Facebook. Even though web designers should know how to use and own Photoshop software, this app is handy for quickly altering images that have already been uploaded to Facebook.
This app is a handy design directory that displays the latest design news on just about any area in the industry, right on your Facebook page. Not only does it help keep you up to date, it can let your fans know what you're interested in at the moment. This app, however, is generally more useful for those people working in the web design industry.
- Flickr Photosets
If you or your client has a Flickr profile to display some of your work, you can now show it off on your Facebook page. The app allows you to select from your most recent photos, reasonably recent photos or random photos, as well as a filtering option that allows you to select photos based on specific tags.
- My Merch Store
This app has been created in conjunction with Zazzle, an online store, which enables you to sell your merchandise through your Facebook fan page. If you have an online store through your website, why not consider getting your web designer to run a secondary store through your Facebook page?
- Ultimate Vision Board
This app is designed to display your goals or aims in a visual way, helping to make your Facebook fan page more aesthetically pleasing. Whilst this app is more useful for people working in the web design industry, it can be easily utilised by anyone doing anything creative. Why not post images of your latest project or inspirations, keeping your fans up to date on what you're up to?
- zuPort: Flickr
This app is currently one of the most useful available for web designers at the moment, as customization is its main feature. You are able to pick how many photos you want to display on your Facebook fan page, how the photos are displayed, and so on. This is a great way to show off your latest work and projects.
Apart from coming up with creative tabs (on top of the standard Wall and Photo tabs that are visible on every Facebook page), apps are becoming very popular in helping web designers and their clients become noticed.