November 20, 2017


5 FREE APPS FOR GRAPHIC DESIGNERS



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Evernote

This app is perfect for the creative scatterbrain. Anyone looking to organise their ideas and notes throughout the day should make this their go-to app. It can save content from multiple media- text, photos, handwriting and even rough sketches, making this the perfect scrapbook for creative inspiration. It also integrates across platforms, so items that you save on your phone, tab or desktop can easily be thrown into the app and saved for later.

 

MyPrice

For the unsuspecting designer who knows not how to deal with the realities of the profession, MyPrice is your guide. it can help designers calculate an appropriate hourly rate based on a number of variables and individual factors, including location, clients and your own personal background and experience.

 

Ruler Plus

It’s a simple enough app, but one that you’ll use again and again until you’re not quite sure how you functioned without it. This application turns your phone’s screen into a ruler that allows you to measure to you hearts content. It has a feature that enables easy extension for measuring anything longer than the length of your iPhone. This is a dream come true for when you need to know the exact sizes of large images too!

 

Inkscape

Inkscape, an alternative of Adobe Illustrator, is a professional tool ideal for vector art lovers and graphic designers who use SVG file format. The tool is perfect for Windows, Linux, OS, and Mac as well. It doesn’t matter whether you are a professional or just a person who wants to create vector images for a personal blog. In terms of sketching, coloring or making illustrations Inkscape is very easy to use. With the Ghost script extension .eps files are easily readable.  It also comes with awesome features like the ability to directly edit the source code, keys to move screen pixels, edit gradients and many more!