Useful Design Tools

Discussion in 'Graphics Discussion and Help' started by Lisa, May 5, 2007.

  1. DirtRider

    DirtRider bah humbug

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    Yes you can do it that way as well but if you already have Photoshop then most of the other tool listed before would be of no use either I suppose :unhunh:

    Oh and you will be surprised how many people have no idea about a favicon
     
  2. bonejj

    bonejj Participant

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    lol, yeah, all there is to it is just renaming the file with the right extension. hell you can you mspaint to make a favicon.
     
  3. semaphorev

    semaphorev Aspirant

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    Kuler
    Notepad++
    Gimp
    Dreamweaver
     
  4. ranjush

    ranjush Neophyte

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    Dreamweaver
    Photoshop
    Stylizer
     
  5. adlaiadney

    adlaiadney Neophyte

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    thanks for sharing the links, i really appreciate it
     
  6. Typoon

    Typoon Neophyte

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    Thanks for this.
     
  7. Shimei

    Shimei Adherent

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  8. OUTL4W

    OUTL4W <style>OUTL4W GFX</style> :p

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  9. torquewrench

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    I would love to teach myself CSS and HTML, but when I attempted it last time it scared the heck out of me. I opened a theme I purchased to make some tweaks and the whole page looked like hieroglyph...Maybe I'll jump back in and attempt it again.
     
  10. PoetJC

    PoetJC ❤ Jacq Owns The Beanstalk ❤

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    That's what I say about php LOL
    HTML and CSS are relatively simple code in comparison. IMO anyway...

    J.
     
  11. mrbill

    mrbill Enthusiast

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    I think a relatively cheap and new ($49 USD) graphics program, Affinity Photo, is an excellent choice if you're short on bucks. I'm still in the learning curve, but very impressed. For the Apple.
     
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  12. Woodsman

    Woodsman Aspirant

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    Using Photoshop in the majority of my designs. But as a more affordable software Corel Paint Shop Pro X8 is also a serious contender.
     
  13. PeterH

    PeterH Participant

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    The top in design world is Photoshop, I also prefer Dreamweaver.
     
  14. marchflower

    marchflower Aspirant

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    I like WebGradients very much, for me it is really useful. As well as Screenfly by QuirkTools, it is an amazing tool that will enable you to view your responsive website in a variety of devices.
     
  15. Bhavesh Ramburn

    Bhavesh Ramburn Quantity Surveyor

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    would be good to aggregate all these links into one post.
    It's been a while since I posted here.
     
  16. kevt5

    kevt5 Neophyte

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    I use Photoshop mostly but sometimes I go with Dreamweaver, Notepad ++ and some of CorelDRAW products.
     
  17. c0ns

    c0ns Aspirant

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    I would suggest Photoshop or Illustrator :)
     
  18. SarbjitGrewal

    SarbjitGrewal Aspirant

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    Here are the most useful design tools listed as follows:
    • UXPIN
    • InvisionApp
    • Balasmiq
    • GIMP for Windows
    • GetPaint
    All of these tools are used for prototyping, modeling and designing systems.
     
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