Keeping up with technology is a lot of work. Luckily, we enjoy wading through the noise just to find the gems of awesomeness sprinkled throughout. Fusion Radar is our gift to you, Current or Potential Client, so that you can enjoy all of the awesome without any of the drudgery. Unwrap it each week, and know that you’re loved by the geeks and pixel-pushers at Agency Fusion.

Fuel UX

Fuel UX is a lightweight library that extends Twitter Bootstrap with some additional JavaScript controls, a Grunt build, and AMD capability. It also includes some additional functions like easy installation into web projects, integrated scripts for customizing Bootstrap and Fuel UX, simple updates, and solid optimization for deployment.


Inuit.css is a powerful Sass based, Object Oriented framework that is full of objects and abstractions. It is designed for those who want to focus primarily on the structural code, since there is little-to-no design provided by the framework. inuit.css is more about design patterns than design decisions.



"An exquisite jQuery plugin for magical layouts," Isotope declares on their site. It contains all the documentation and demos to get you started.


Shopkick is a rewards-program-type app that gives you "kicks" (reward points) just for walking into stores, viewing their ads, or scanning items and purchases. These kicks can eventually be redeemed for gift cards to these stores.


Quicker than a spreadsheet, clearer than a calculator, and portable to boot, Soulver is a simple app that does your calculations for you in plain, readable English. You need to see it in use to appreciate it.

Emergency Compliment

With statements like, "Your parents are more proud of you than you'll ever know," "People at trivia night are terrified of you," and, "Your blog is the best blog," you'll never have to feel crappy again. Just in case you still do, though, there's a refresh button at the bottom of the site that keeps the compliments coming.

For those people who are always learning (a group that includes everyone here at Agency Fusion),  DIY offers offers hundreds of skills you can develop - skills like sculpting, astronomy, foraging in the wilderness, hardware hacking, and cartography, among many others.

Fancy Hands and TaskRabbit

Fancy Hands and TaskRabbit each help provide valuable services. Fancy Hands focuses on intangible errands, like researching hotels or flights, finding a dog walker, or even locating a particular brand you like but can't find. TaskRabbit, on the other hand, gives you access to people who can do physical tasks for you - think grocery shopping, pet sitting, house cleaning, or even things like IKEA furniture assembly.

Fancy Hands and TaskRabbit


It's the new way to cut back on expenses while you travel. When you sign up for their free service, CouchSurfing connects you to thousands of people who have offered to share a room, a couch, or even a sleeping bag to tired travelers.


Recon HUD

Put simply this is the skiing (or snowboarding) version of Google Goggles. Recon's Heads-up Display is a small camera you insert into your goggles that uses GPS and an integrated suite of sensors to record and display your speed, vertical descent, airtime, and distance. It projects your statistics (among other things) with prism technology so that it seems that you're looking at a fourteen inch screen five feet away from you.

Recon Instruments


A delicious new look at what 3D printers can do for us. Although it's currently only conceptual, we are eagerly awaiting the day when we can add a Burritob0t to our office.


Z.E.R.O. Zombie Kit

Here's a fun Halloween-themed emergency kit. You've heard of 72-hour kits or a month's supply of food storage. But the people over at Optics Planet have put together a Zombie Extermination, Research and Operations (Z.E.R.O.). For just $24,000, you could be fully prepared to deal with the undead.

Z.E.R.O. Zombie Kit