We use mainly open-source tools around home and for work. This series will feature software we use for various tasks we need to do. The first edition is on graphics tools, from the versatile GIMP, to what I’ll call a self-service design shop on the web, with an abundance of templates and design elements, many for free.
- Tools We Use: for making and managing graphics (2/9/2020) - Graphics: the GIMP, Canva, and ImageMagick GIMP: making your photos look better! For those needing an all-purpose tool for editing and retouching photos, or converting images from one format to another, GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) is a great choice. GIMP is available for Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows. It is released under GPLv3+ licenses,… Read More »Tools We Use: for making and managing graphics
Stay tuned for future posts on topics like: Calendars, Communication, CRM, DevOps, Document sharing, Online mapping, Mail and mailing lists, Monitoring, Off-site Hosting, Storage, Task and project management, VPNs, and Web.
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