As a web designer/developer, you need to have the ability to weather any storm; you have to be able to adapt, and some projects are not as smooth and simple as others. So, in today’s Bulletin post I’m going to give you a list of free web design tools that will assist you in your career, current project or in your hobby.
While it isn’t strictly a web design tool, it is a big help. Canva is an open, online graphics design application that allows you to create business cards, infographics, brochures, newsletter designs, flyers, and more. It also supports multiple file formats, including SVG, PNG, JPEG, PDF, and GIF. In fact, we used it to create our bro
Canva – https://www.canva.com/
2. Google Web Designer
Google Web Designer – https://webdesigner.withgoogle.com/
Checkbot allows you to perform a full SEO audit of your website, and you can find it for free on stores like the Chrome store and add it to your extensions for easy access. What’s also really neat is that if you copy (Ctrl +C) a website URL into your clipboard and click the Checkbot extension icon, it will auto fill the URL field.
GIMP or GNU Image Manipulation Program is a free, open-source photo editor that can be run on Windows, macOS and Linux. GIMP looks obsolete when you meet the interface, but don’t be fooled, it is capable of a lot. In fact, we’d go as far to say it is as capable as Photoshop, and that is a big statement to make.
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