1. KernType, (the kerning game)

This is a fun game that will teach you about the importance of character spacing (also known as Kerning) in typography. Kerning is a crucial talent for designers, especially those working in the editorial field.

     2. The Bézier game

This game is ideal if you want to learn how to use the Pen Tool in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.

     3. I Shot the Serif

This game is extremely addicting and will teach you how to distinguish between Serif and Sans-Serif fonts. The goal of the game is to identify Serif fonts and shoot them in a certain amount of time while keeping the Sans-Serif fonts intact.

     4. The rather difficult Font game

This multiple-choice quiz is ideal for typography enthusiasts; the player must identify the typeface used on the given word. It is not a simple game, as the name indicates, and is geared towards more experienced creators.

That isn’t to say that someone who is new to design shouldn’t try it. It’s incredibly instructive, because it teaches you to search for minute details in typefaces that distinguish them from one another. Identifying these little distinctions will help you enhance your typography abilities as a designer.

     5. Logos Quiz – Guess the logos!

Logos Quiz is a fun game in which you must guess the logos of well-known corporations! This is a highly addicting and entertaining game to play with family and friends!

     6.Pixactly

Players must create boxes and match them to the specified pixel dimensions in order to complete the game. The purpose is to see how well you know your pixel measurements, which might be difficult. Pixactly is a fantastic desktop game for creatives who want to learn how to correctly measure in Pixels, which is especially helpful if you plan to work in web design.

     7.  Shape Type

This is an excellent game for anybody interested in type design and anatomy. The Bézier game is similar to the pen tool game we discussed before. The objective of the game is to correct the letter’s skewed vector point!

Adobe Capture is not a game, but it is a useful program that every designer should have. The software allows you to get ideas from photographs while on the road. Color themes, patterns, vector shapes, and custom brushes will all be possible!

Pantone Studio isn’t a game, but if you like colors, you’ll appreciate it. You’ll be able to look for color inspiration, create palettes, link it to your social media accounts, and much more.

10 Best Apps and Websites For Graphic Designers

     1.Monday.com

Monday.com is a team and project management mobile and online tool. It’s a fantastic tool for businesses, especially those that operate remotely. You can quickly modify, plan, upload files, and even communicate with others.

     2.Slack

Say goodbye to interminable email threads and instead use Slack to communicate directly with clients and teams. Slack is a group chat program that allows you to effortlessly exchange files, links, and save all of your discussions in one place.

     3.Milanote

Milanote is one of my all-time favorite tools, and it comes highly recommended for designers and artists who want to build visual boards, organize projects, and prepare briefs.

     4 Sked Social is number four.

If you use social media, I strongly advise you to organize and schedule your posts ahead of time. Sked enables you to simultaneously publish and schedule photographs to Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

     5.Grammarly

Do you have to write a lot of material as part of your job? Do you struggle with writing confidence? If so, Grammarly is a great place to start. It will detect spelling errors, fix grammar, assist with word choice, and enhance your writing abilities over time.

     6.1Password

Do you have trouble remembering your login credentials?

If you answered yes, I strongly advise you to try 1Password. This program allows you to keep all of your passwords in one place, saving you time and, most importantly, protecting your login information from hackers.

     7.Google Drive is number seven.

Google Drive is a free service that lets you create documents, spreadsheets, and save essential documents and photographs on your phone or computer.

     8.Subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud

You’ll get access to more than 20 desktop and mobile programs from Adobe, including Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and more! If you wish to enhance your design abilities, this book is a must-read.

     9.Webflow

Webflow is one of our favorites among the many drag-and-drop platforms that allow you to create great websites without coding.

You may learn how to convert your Xd documents to a functional website in our lesson.

     10.Color Inspiration – Khroma

It might take a long time to choose colors that complement one other. Khroma is a new app that produces colors automatically depending on your color choices. Please give it a try; it’s fantastic.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.