Don't-Miss Graphics & design software Stories
Macworld associate editor Serenity Caldwell spent an afternoon sketching with FiftyThree's new Paper 1.6.1 update. Here's what she likes (and what still needs work).
Strikingly makes it super-easy to create an attractive Web site, especially if you use its one-click feature that pulls in content from your Facebook page.
This iOS app works with your device's photos and video to help you keep a journal of important events in your work or everyday life.
Comic Life has always been fun to use. With version 3, it's become a better tool for comic book storytelling.
The Omni Group tweaked the user interface of its perennial diagram program. Longtime users will have to adjust, but it's all for the better.
Frax combines the power of Apple's mobile hardware with the beauty of the fractal universe.
Mobile phone fans will cheer Adobe Photoshop Elements 12's expanded integration with online photo album storage, viewing, and social networks.
Voila has good screen capture and annotation tools, but it excels at organizing your shots, helpful if you take a lot of them.
Customize the iOS status bar in your iOS screenshots.
A fun app for making images created with words.
Sip is a utility to get color information for items on screen.
The debut Creative Cloud version of Flash posts a solid evolution of core features and functions without bold headliners.
It's not as full-featured as Illustrator, but for a lot of artists, iDraw has the right tools at the right price.
Though you'll need to use the Terminal to use OptiPNG, you'll find this tool very valuable for posting or sharing images on the Internet.
Glui has no bells or whistles, but it excels as a screenshot app.