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The Most Useful Tools For Web Designers

Every web designer has to manage a lot of tasks, from creating stunning web apperance and easy-to-use navigation to having an eyes on the code issue. And they are not miracle workers. For that reason, they usually own a set of tried and tested tools which can facilitate their work and make their life easier.

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The thing is tons of new tools show up in the market yearly. How can you choose the right tools to ensure that they have every thing you need to run a successful project?

No worries! This post comes to your rescue. Here I have pulled together some of the coolest web design tools for you so that you don’t have to spend time searching for such useful tools anywhere else. My suggestions have both premium and free options which make it flexible for you with any budget. Let’s explore!

Sketch

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Pricing: $99 one off fee with a 30-day trial

Sketch has become one of the most favorite design app since it launched in 2009. It offers a number of great features such as: improved exporting, symbols, new grid tool, simplified vector modes, etc. which make it a strong Photoshop alternative for some use cases.

Avocode

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Pricing: from $9 per month but it does have a 14-day free trial.

Nowadays, the line between designers and developers is becoming blured. Avocode is that bridge between them. With this tool, you can upload, share your design and easily turn it into code. It’s a perfect solution for font-end developers who are looking for an easier way to get their work over to the back-end coders.

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Designveloper is leading software development company in Vietnam. We offer Web development, mobile application, UI/UX Design, VOIP. www.designveloper.com

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