I'm looking for apps that allow you to save and organise any sort of reference, whether that be an article, image or gif, when doing research, for example when starting a new design project. I like Evernote's approach and some of its features, e.g. highlighting text in saved articles, annotating images or pdfs, but Evernote's lacking export features and is rather closed. So, I wonder if there's an app out there that lets you save and organise articles, images, videos and notes, that ideally comes with annotating/highlighting capabilities.
- Specifically with annotating/highlighting capabilities. Use Cany (now Lumio) - Highlight text or data, save images, videos or entire pages from the web. Your highlights are recorded together with all source information. Drag and drop to organise/re-arrange them in the order you like.
- I know Trello can be used for almost anything but I attach links to cards on Trello to collect References to a specific "Next Step" or "Brainstorming." When it comes it to bookmarking a link, it's important that I can turn it into something rather than just collect a pile of references that will lose meaning.