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Top Graphic Design Apps Perfect for On-the-Go Designers

Published on 06 March 17
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Time management and organized workflow are very important for designers. Modern designers, whether working full-time or as freelancers, are quite fortunate nowadays as there are several applications that can help them manage workflow and time effectively.
However, not every app is created equal. Some apps are better than others while some are just complete failures. We have created a list of some of the best graphic design applications for designers who are always on the go.
FX Photo Studio
This is an incredible app which enables designers to make amazing photos. Aside from its standard tools, text labels, textures, and sharing features; it also comes with 190 filters that can stir your creative mind.
Layers
Layers is a media painting app that works like a mini Photoshop. You can use up to 5 layers in this app. It is also compatible with Photoshop so you can import your creations from your computer and edit it further in Photoshop.
Adobe Kuler
This is a cool app that allows you to extract the exact colors that you like from a picture. You can then save these colors and use them in the future. The next best thing about this app is that you can get it for free.
Adobe Ideas
There is no doubt that Adobe has created some of the best graphic design tools around. It is perfect for beginners up to the finest graphic designers. From Photoshop to Lightroom, these Adobe products are always present in every graphic designer’s software inventory. Now, Adobe has created a free app where you can put your new designs whenever some idea pops up in your head just like designs for customized tents. You can then sync your design idea with Illustrator for further enhancement.
Design Duet
This is a great app that allows you to preview the designs that you created in Photoshop on your phone. One of the marketing trends right now is to make a website accessible and mobile friendly. This is certainly a helpful tool that can automatically show and update your photos and designs and make them mobile friendly.
Marksta
One problem that many graphic designers face nowadays is the rise of design thefts. Many people simply just copy the works of others and post it somewhere as if they own them. To help graphic designers prevent their works from being stolen, a watermark should be used. Marksta allows you to add watermarks to your work. These watermarks are highly customizable and you can even add GPS geo tags.
Vector Snap
This is a useful app is you are the kind of designer that uses vectors. You can simply take a photo of an image you want to render as vector and you will instantly get the vector image that you want. You can enhance the photo you have taken through the app or you can import and enhance it in a computer.
My Price
Just because you are a designer, it doesn’t mean you only need designing apps. If you are a freelance designer, then you will surely need a business management app to help you in your freelance gig. My Price is a great app to help you track down and calculate the estimates for the projects that you are doing. Whether you are charging by the hour, by the day, or by project, My Price will help you come up with the right amount to charge your client.
These are only some of the apps that a graphic designer should have. There are many other applications available out; some are free while others come with a price. You can test out the free apps before you choose the paid version. You can even shop around until you find the app that best suits you.
Top Graphic Design Apps Perfect for On-the-Go Designers - Image 1

Time management and organized workflow are very important for designers. Modern designers, whether working full-time or as freelancers, are quite fortunate nowadays as there are several applications that can help them manage workflow and time effectively.

However, not every app is created equal. Some apps are better than others while some are just complete failures. We have created a list of some of the best graphic design applications for designers who are always on the go.

FX Photo Studio

This is an incredible app which enables designers to make amazing photos. Aside from its standard tools, text labels, textures, and sharing features; it also comes with 190 filters that can stir your creative mind.

Layers

Layers is a media painting app that works like a mini Photoshop. You can use up to 5 layers in this app. It is also compatible with Photoshop so you can import your creations from your computer and edit it further in Photoshop.

Adobe Kuler

This is a cool app that allows you to extract the exact colors that you like from a picture. You can then save these colors and use them in the future. The next best thing about this app is that you can get it for free.

Adobe Ideas

There is no doubt that Adobe has created some of the best graphic design tools around. It is perfect for beginners up to the finest graphic designers. From Photoshop to Lightroom, these Adobe products are always present in every graphic designer’s software inventory. Now, Adobe has created a free app where you can put your new designs whenever some idea pops up in your head just like designs for customized tents. You can then sync your design idea with Illustrator for further enhancement.

Design Duet

This is a great app that allows you to preview the designs that you created in Photoshop on your phone. One of the marketing trends right now is to make a website accessible and mobile friendly. This is certainly a helpful tool that can automatically show and update your photos and designs and make them mobile friendly.

Marksta

One problem that many graphic designers face nowadays is the rise of design thefts. Many people simply just copy the works of others and post it somewhere as if they own them. To help graphic designers prevent their works from being stolen, a watermark should be used. Marksta allows you to add watermarks to your work. These watermarks are highly customizable and you can even add GPS geo tags.

Vector Snap

This is a useful app is you are the kind of designer that uses vectors. You can simply take a photo of an image you want to render as vector and you will instantly get the vector image that you want. You can enhance the photo you have taken through the app or you can import and enhance it in a computer.

My Price

Just because you are a designer, it doesn’t mean you only need designing apps. If you are a freelance designer, then you will surely need a business management app to help you in your freelance gig. My Price is a great app to help you track down and calculate the estimates for the projects that you are doing. Whether you are charging by the hour, by the day, or by project, My Price will help you come up with the right amount to charge your client.

These are only some of the apps that a graphic designer should have. There are many other applications available out; some are free while others come with a price. You can test out the free apps before you choose the paid version. You can even shop around until you find the app that best suits you.

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