3 Free Graphic Design tools you should check out

Everyone has heard of graphic design tools like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, CorelDRAW, and so on. Those are really great tools to use and they have so many advanced features that will suit most graphic designers. The issue is that most of these tools require you to purchase a subscription or have some prior experience with graphic design. It’s a good investment if you want to do graphic design professionally. However, not everyone might be able to afford such software.

But what if you don’t want to pay for those fancy tools? Maybe you want something that can help you in most scenarios. We’ve come up with 3 graphic design tools that you should have a look at.

What about using a crack or pirated version? There’s no harm in that right?

We do not recommend using pirated software. Here’s why :

  • You can get malware/viruses on your computer
  • There is a possibility for it to open backdoors on your computer for hackers to access
  • You’re stealing from the authors
  • You get no technical support
  • It’s illegal

1. Canva

You’ve probably heard of the browser-based designer Canva and some of you have likely used it. It can be used to perform basic tasks and some more advanced editing. We ourselves use Canva and it really helps when you need to create great-looking designs in a short amount of time.

The free version will likely be able to help you get most of your work done like creating social media banners, and so on. Canva is a lot more beginner-friendly than some of the other designers out there which usually require the user to have some previous experience with graphic design.

But if you are looking for more then we recommend the pro plan as you’ll have access to premium clipart, images, and templates. Additionally, you’ll have the option to resize your images instantly and export them in high-resolution formats which aren’t available on the free version.

You can have a look at it here.

2. Figma

Figma is another interesting tool you should look at. It can be used for a variety of graphic design tasks, including wireframing websites, designing mobile app interfaces, prototyping designs, and creating social media posts. It is mostly browser-based. This means you can access your projects and begin designing from any computer or platform.

The free option will help you get through the most basic and complex tasks. We like that you can export high-quality bitmap and vector images on the free plan.

You can have a look at it here.

3. Photopea


Photopea is a free photoshop alternative that allows you to deal with vector and raster graphics. It can be used for both complex and basic tasks, such as web page design, artwork, and photo editing.

What we like about this tool is that there are some advanced features such as the lasso tool that aren’t available in some free web-based graphic designers out there. The best part is that you can export your work in high-resolution formats for free. It also has the option to import PSD files which is pretty good for a free browser-based editor.

There is a paid plan that allows you to access the service without seeing ads and view up to 60 steps of picture post-production history.

You can have a look at it here.


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