For every professional designer, iPhone applications are a huge extension to the workflow. Here I have compiled a collection of most useful iPhone apps for graphic designers. Each and every app offers an exclusive skill set to assist you on your graphic designing journey –
1. RulerPlus –
RulerPlus is a easy and simple iPhone application, providing 7 cm / 2 inch ruler. It helps you to take measurements and allows you to extend the ruler. To extend this ruler you simply need to move your iPhone to the right by pressing + sign (it supports centimetres, millimetres and inches).
2. Dexigner for iphone –
Dexigner for iphone is helpful to update the latest news, competitions, conferences and events related to designing. To stay updated with all these features you do not have to download it but simply explore developer’s site through your iPhone.
3. Palettes –
Palettes is a very famous tool used to create different color schemes. It allows you to sample palettes from various resources likes photos, sites and album stored on your iPhone. You can simply import the photo or site you want to change color or make it appealing while viewing a photo or a web page.
4. ZeptoPad –
ZeptoPad is a dynamic tool used for sketching, drawing and designing with your finger as a pencil. You can simply use your finger to scribble and a keypad to write text. It also allows you to drag and move elements and text to cut, copy, paste and resize.
5. iPhlickr –
iPhlickr is widely used to explore Flickr archive. You simply have to browse iPhlickr from your iPhone and begin browsing your photos on Flickr website. Soon you will get to access your profile and Flickr users.
6. Color Expert –
Color Expert offers dynamic tools to help artists and designers identify, translate, capture and showcase color. Designers know the fact that ideas can come anytime and anywhere. Thus, with color expert you have the moment to capture colors.
7. iBlueSky –
iBlueSky is a unique application to map your thoughts, where you can create, organize and suggest all your odd moments. Email them in PDF and PNG format and convert it to a hard copy of your work from the PDF file.
8. OmniFocus –
OmniFocus is a conjunction app or a standalone application that syncs to your Mac. It helps to send to do notes and reminders through email for your latest project.
9. CliqCliq –
CliqCliq allows you to use variety of colors you wish to use and easily converts them to scales and formats. Integrate your iPhone camera and automatically extracts colors with this simple palette app.
10. Adobe Kuler by Adobe
Adobe Kuler is cool free app for your iPhone. It allows you take a picture and extract colors through this app and save it later for future use.
Do you have some more iPhone apps? Let me know any other trusted iPhone app that I have missed to include in the list.