iMockups for iPad
Design mockups for your next Web or Mobile App straight from your iPad, with the ability to work on multiple projects. Collaborating is easy, e-mail your mock-up as a PNG with one click of a button. iMockups allows you to focus on the basic structure of the site or get specific by importing pictures, creating color schemes, and adding inline content relevant to your project. Currently only available for the iPad.
OmniGraffle for iPad
Another mockup tool that lets designers create a preliminary design for their next website using diagrams or pre-built stencils including fonts, forms, and 3D shapes. For even more freedom and to utilize the touchscreen ability of the iPad, Omnigraffle allows for freehand sketches of layout. The app supports multiple page documents, tables, text wrap, shared layers, and exporting options to your photo library or a PDF. Currently only available for the iPad.
Inkpad for Ipad
There are plenty of drawing and painting apps for the iPad, but none provide the simplicity and intuitive usability quite like Inkpad for iPad. Though it’s not meant to replace a professional desktop program like Adobe Illustrator, Inkpad gives illustrators and designers the ability to create vector graphics from the convenience of their iPad. You can export the SVG to your Dropbox account or e-mail as a PNG, SVG, JPG or PDF. For a look at the capabilities of Inkpad, check out their Flickr photo pool. Currently only available for the iPad.
Textastic Code Editor
Gusto Web Development Environment
Gusto is another text editor for the iPad that focuses more on the workflow than Textastic does. With a layout similar to Coda, this text editor allows for multiple projects and onboard FTP downloads and uploads. Gusto has been praised for it’s simplicity and when you first open the app you’ll be greeted with "hints" to speed along the learning process. Currently only available for the iPad.
What the Font Mobile
Browsing a website or reading a PDF and see a font you’d like to use on your own design? Take a screenshot with your mobile device and submit it to the What the Font App. In seconds, What the Font will search through the MyFonts database and identify the font and other fonts that closely resemble it. Works through the network or Wi-Fi.
Discover a Color
With the ability to create a color scheme using up to 6 colors, Discover a Color allows graphic designers and web designers to discover brand new colors and color schemes for their designs and artwork. Supports RGB and HEX color codes, suggests similar colors and complimentary colors, and e-mail your color schemes by the RGB and HEX values.
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