Don't-Miss Graphics & design software Stories
Looking for some software that makes it easy to design 3D-printed figurines and toys? Check out Autodesk's Tinkerplay.
Adonit's first app lets you sketch, iterate, outline, mind-map, and then step back and see the big picture, just like a wall or a whiteboard.
With an emphasis on performance, and customized Photoshop controls, Astropad could be a starving artist's Cintiq stand-in.
Paper's extra art tools used to cost $1 a piece through in-app purchases, but now they all come with the app.
Apple's own Fonts window has a lot of semi-hidden features, but PopChar 7 offers even more font finesse.
A free offer to use products like AutoCAD, 3ds Max, and Maya should excite art and design schools, and that's just what Autodesk wants.
Sharing content, brushes, and color palettes between Adobe apps has never been easier, and Creative Cloud's newest mobile apps let you fill your Libraries with inspiration from anywhere.
Adobe's new tools let you convert photos of objects into vector art, or start editing a video on an iPhone and then send it to Premiere Pro.
Native Windows and Mac versions arrive, but the full-featured editor is still online-only
Adobe has released Source Han Sans, a new family of free, open source fonts that harmonizes East Asian and Latin font designs.
All 14 of the major desktop apps are getting performance updates and new features, plus three new iPad apps and Adobe's first-ever hardware.