Every day we feel the need to optimize our time and streamline our work, that’s why there are many apps developed to make our life easier. The main advantage of smartphone apps is its portability and being able to easily dispose of them at any time, but these applications are available for mobile devices (either iOS or Android) or PC/Mac. That’s why mobile apps are so important. With iPhone and Android, you can get a lot done on the go, on a simple, portable device.
Adobe has made some exciting new changes to the way InDesign manages color. Let’s review what you need to know about the newly renamed Adobe Color CC (formerly Adobe Kuler), and how it can improve your designs and the efficiency of your workflow in InDesign.
Use your mobile device to take photos of anything that inspires you. Then extract a color, create a pattern or brush, or turn a shape into a vector graphic that you can use in all your favorite desktop and mobile apps, including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Comp, and Photoshop Sketch.
If you are graphic designer and user of iOS you should have this app because it has various and useful functions such as give you paper sizes, conversions of color and units of measure among other fantastic features.
Behance is the leading online platform to showcase and discover creative work. The creative world updates their work in one place to broadcast it widely and efficiently.
WhatTheFont is your number one spot for identifying your fonts. Simply upload an image of the font that you want to ID and upload it to their servers (or add a link to the image on the WTF interface), and the system will show you multiple font results.