Best Software used for graphic design

Adobe Photoshop:
Adobe Photoshop is basically a photo editing tool and graphics design software that Adobe releases for Windows and Mac computers. It was built in 1986 by the brothers Thomas and John Knoll. Since its inception, it has been able to gain a significant foothold in the market for graphic design and photo editing.

Photoshop is the best software using to do graphic design for beginners there is no Graphic Designer in the world who doesn’t know about Photoshop. In Photoshop you can easily combine multiple images, even remove unwanted objects from the image. In this Photoshop you can work with simple to high level projects

Adobe Illustrator:
Adobe Illustrator is one of the best vector designing software developed by Adobe. The latest version of the software is called Adobe Illustrator CC 2018 which is also the 22nd generation of this software line. This is one of the best Adobe design software on the Adobe system.

If you want to use vector art to create logos, sketches, typography, icons or even complex images for video or mobile, Illustrator is for you. You can create artwork with seamless alignment by drawing pixel-perfect shapes. Illustrator comes with its own plugin that helps to create a blank web page into a bright looking web page.

Adobe Dreamweaver:
Adobe Dreamweaver is a proprietary web development tool from Adobe. Surprising to hear, it is true that Adobe Dreamweaver was created not by Adobe but by another company, Macromedia, in 1996, and until 2005, until Macromedia came under Adobe, it was known simply as Dreamweaver. Now, it is very popular as Adobe Design software.

Adobe InDesign:
Adobe InDesign is a desktop publishing software. Adobe InDesign is unique in making posters, fireworks, brochures, magazines, newspapers, presentations, books, e-books etc. InDesign is the successor to Adobe Pay maker, which Adobe acquired after the acquisition of Aldus in 1994.

Adobe After Effect:
Adobe after effects is a visual effects, motion graphics and composting application developed by Adobe that has been widely used in movie post production and television production. Adobe after Effects also has a reputation as a non-linear editor, audio editor and media transcoder. Moreover, Fatpaint, GIMP, Pixelmator, Blender, Blender, MyPaint, MyPaint, ArtRage, etc. are also good software.

After all, Adobe has long held its own place among designers in the design and publishing market. Adobe is constantly working with newer versions of software to make it easier for users to perform their tasks.

GIMP:
GIMP stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program, but at the time of its release it was called General Image Manipulation Program. In 1995, Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis, two gentlemen, began developing Gimp for an experimental computing facility as a semester project at the University of California.

The following year, in 1998, GIMP was opened to the public for the first time. That same year, Richard Stallman went to the University of California. Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis suggested Stallman use GNU instead of GIMP’s General.

GIMP or GNU image manipulation program is the right alternative to Adobe Photoshop. Professional equipment has made it ideal not only for graphic designers, but also for photographers. The photo manipulation feature is highly enhanced here. Here you can create crystal-clear graphics with Tools. Once you start using GIMP, it will definitely start to be your main desktop publishing tool.

Inkscape:
Inkscape Vector is a professional software for art lovers and graphic designers who use the SVG file format. This software is also suitable for Windows, Linux, OS and Mac. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional or just someone who wants to create vector images for personal blogs. It is very easy to use Inkscape for sketching and drawing.

Inkscape was created in 2003 by fork from the open source project Sodipodi. It is worth mentioning that the Sodipodi project was developed in 1999 based on another open source software Gill (Gnome Illustration Application). Inkscape is an open source vector graphics editor comparable to Illustrator or Corel Draw. Inkscape uses SVG format by default.

Like Illustrator, Inscape has tools like Rectangle, Ellipse, Gradient, Polygon, etc., with which you can easily do logo design, banner design, icon design etc. If you look at the iconography or designs of Linux related or other open source projects, you can guess which level of design is possible with Inkscape.

CorelDraw:
Are you looking for an aspiring web designer and a graphics editor that gives you the ability to create infinite designs without any restrictions while simultaneously respecting your skills? If so, you can check out the Vector Graphics Editor CorelDraw, one of the most popular standard editors in the industry right now. In CorelDraw you will find some great productive functions and ease of use that no other vector editor can match.

Adobe InDesign:
Adobe Brand InDesign is a software used to create clean layouts for desktop and mobile devices. Software for using layout design like Adobe InDesign online magazine. If you want to create layouts for printed books, brochures or digital magazines then this is the software you need.

Font Forge:
Font forge was created in 2001 by a developer named George Williams. He has maintained and developed it for 12 years. In mid-2011, developer Dave Crosland began contributing to it, and moved its source code from Source forge to GitHub.

After that many people join this project. It is built using a programming language of its own and Python programming language. Font Forge software can run scripts from both the GUI (graphical user interface) and the command line. Font Forge supports many types of font formats. In addition to its own format. SFD (Spline Font Database), it supports many font formats including TTF (True Type Font), TTC (True Type Collection), OTF (Open Type Format).

Interestingly, in 2014, with the financial support of Google, a developer named Frank Tramped added support for Google’s UFO format. Some of the famous fonts created by Font forge are Asana-Math, Cantrell, DejaVu Fonts, Free USC Outline Fonts, Inconsolata, Junicode, Linux Libertine, M + Fonts, OCR-A, Squarish Sans, XITS Font Project.

SVG-Edit:
SVG-Edit is a cross-platform tool that allows you to edit any file in SVG format. It is a web tool developed by JavaScript that can be used in any browser and can also be used as an extension in browsers like Firefox or Chrome or Opera.

SVG-Edit was launched on February 8, 2009 by a developer named Narendra Sisodiya. On June 3, 2019, a developer named Pavol Rasnak released the second version (v 2.0).

Krita:
The idea for the criterion came in 1998 when Matthias Ettrich, the founder of the KDE project, created the Qt GUI for Gimp. Already there was a software called KImage as a Qt base image editor which was created by a gentleman named Michael Koch (as part of KOffice). In 1999, Matthias Ettrich proposed the creation of an image editor based on an image editor called ImageMagic by an architecture called Cobra. Criterion name was changed several times to avoid trademark issues.

Although originally published as KImage Shop, it was later renamed Krayon, and was renamed Krita in 2002. It was opened to the public in 2004 as part of KOffice. From 2004 to 2009, Krita was being developed as an image editor. The change came in 2009 when it was made in the form of a painting app like “Coral Painter”.

Krita is a self-contained painting app. You can also use it as an image editor if you want. However, it is currently more popular as an alternative to the painting app and Coral Paint.

There are some other software you can use:

Serif Drawplus
Xara Xtreme
Corel PaintShop
Corel PhotoImpact
Cyberlink
Sumopaint
Vector
Google Sketch-up
Cinema 4D
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