5 Must-Have Mobile Apps for a Web Designer

This is a great time to be a web designer. There is no dearth of opportunity as the internet keeps on expanding. Also, the rise in smartphone users has accelerated the growth of a Web Designer. Companies seek web designers to design their apps, websites, software applications and much more.

However, the job has its challenges. If you are a freelance web designer, you will know how tough it is to deliver work on time. Particularly, when adding quality and precision to your work is very important for you. To make your life easier, there are tools available that can allow you to work without needing a computer.

Here are the 5 must-have mobile apps for a web designer

1) Canva

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Canva is one of the best design tools available for free. With Canva, you can quickly create logos, Facebook posts, Pinterest pins, Twitter header, YouTube thumbnail and much more. Also, most of the images are free of cost. You can use Canva anywhere as long as you have the internet on your phone.

2) InVision

Now you don’t have to wait till you reach home to create prototypes of the designs you envision. A great idea can appear out of nowhere. With InVision, you can create a prototype of both mobile and desktop applications. Moreover, InVision can also be used to draw wire diagrams for complex architectural projects. The best part, it is a free tool.

3) Dribbble

Dribble is the only platform dedicated to freelance web designers. Business owners and hiring managers from all over the globe use Dribble to find the best web designers for their projects. A freelancer gets to create their profile, upload a portfolio and collect reviews from the clients they worked for. Moreover, if you own a design studio, here, you can also create your company profile.

4) Evernote

Evernote is a free note-taking app for your mobile phone. With Evernote, you can seamlessly capture your thoughts before it vanishes from your head. You don’t have to carry a pen and paper anymore. Install Evernote on your phone and desktop without worrying about losing any data, blowing a deadline, or missing out on the ingenious idea you thought of while driving home from work.

5) Pixolor

 

Pixolor is a color-picker app that provides a web designer technical pixel-level information. This app can be used in conjunction with other apps like Canva and InVision. With Pixolor, you can find out the exact color code of a particular picture on your screen.

So, next time your fumble upon a website with an exceptional theme, you can capture the color code of several parts and use it later in your designs. This is just one application of Pixolor, there are many more.

Conclusion

I hope you learned a bit about the mobile apps you can use to fast-track your career in web designing. All of the above-mentioned mobile apps are free to use and are available for both Android and iOS devices. So, download them today to double your productivity and income.

Amey

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