Is there a place for another tool? What if I say there is a combination of Figma and Google Slides? Curious now right? We would like to share a warm welcome to Projector. What is Projector? It's a web browser-based tool that helps individuals and teams turn ideas into beautiful visuals across any format. Inspired by modern media, you will get quickly familiar with its ways of helping you build and shape your ideas. I would like to personally thank the team at Projector for granted me early access and seeing what they are building.
For more than a decade, I have tried LOTS of productivity tools that would somehow satisfy my demands in terms of my daily workflow whatever it was on the profession and on a personal level. But with time, I would always find little imperfections within the product, you know us being a designer. You always questioned your little routine 'picky-ness', to make sure you always bring the best of your skills alongside with the right tools. For the past 6 months, I have been using Notion.
Following up my article on Notion, the next-level productivity tool that literally changed my life, if you were looking to get started with Notion, I thought it would be great to share with you a list of templates that were built by Notion and its supporting community. It's a wide range of templates that would go from meeting notes, budget, reading list and etc.
Let us introduce Artboard Studio, what is it? Let's say it will be the first and last mockup creator tool you will ever need. It's a browser-based application that let you create your own mockups, remember those huge Photoshop file? No more! I have been using it in Beta for a couple weeks now and I am loving it! First of all, it's integrated with most of our design tools like Sketch, InVision Studio, Framer, Photoshop and more. In the screenshot below, as you can see the UI interface is quite similar to Sketch.
One of the most important things during the design process is feedback. Collaborating with your team, designers, product managers and engineers is vital for a great execution. The process is certainly much easier said than done however.