If you’re a keyboard ninja who spends all your time avoiding the mouse, you probably make efficient use of keyboard shortcuts to complete your tasks. I don’t consider myself a keyboard ninja at all, but I’m probably somewhere in the middle of the spectrum.

Keyonary is doing a fine job of helping me upgrade my deadliness with keyboard shortcuts. The web-application is a giant database of keyboard shortcuts for both Mac and Windows users. They have currently logged shortcuts for Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and the Finder, and plan on adding more soon.

How does it work?

It’s quite simple — just search by keyword. The web-application will start showing results in a rather aesthetically pleasing way. We’re hoping they add some of Apple’s “professional” tools to the lineup soon. God knows we could use all the help we can get in FinalCut and Motion these days.

Oh, and if you want to support the developer, they’re selling a ceramic paper coffee mug with a witty design on it. If you find yourself using their web-app a lot, help them meet their bandwidth bills by buying one.

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