You have the iPad. Now which apps should you use?
Last week we took a close look at the iPad Pro, and used feedback from seven lovely designers to discuss the pros and cons of using one for your design work.
Today, Sarah Haffner and I highlight our designers’ favorite iPad apps and offer links to great resources for those of you who want to do your own research on this topic. Guys, we’ve included links to 19 articles in this post…it’s like we are serving up a super-sized blog post this week. Enjoy!
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Designers recommendation: Adobe Draw
Adobe Draw is a favorite among illustrators. A big reason is because of the way it interacts with Adobe Illustrator and the ease with which you can transfer files over to your laptop. It has a clean interface and it’s pretty simple to get going with this app…great for newbie designers who want to jump right in.
Adobe Illustrator Draw Review by Matt Lawrence – This is the best review we could find of Adobe Draw. It gives a good overview of the pros and cons of the app.
Review Adobe Draw by Stayf Draws (Youtube video) – If you want a lot of detail, and specifics on exactly how the app works, check-out this video.
iPad Vector App Roundup by Brad Colbow (Youtube video) – I like this guy and how he presents his reviews. He is not a fan of Adobe Draw as you’ll hear in this video, but does offer some alternatives you may want to check-out. Continue reading “iPad apps for surface pattern design”