The Creative Abstract is a weekly digest featuring news about design and different creative fields, useful tools, apps, software, resources, books, articles, podcasts, and more for designers and creative minds. Throughout the week I gather all the stuff I came across on product hunt, twitter, refind, feedly, pinterest, medium, and put everything in a nice curated newsletter, hitting your inbox every Sunday. 

The Creative Abstract is a weekly digest featuring news about design and different creative fields, useful tools, apps, software, resources, books, articles, podcasts, and more for designers and creative minds. Throughout the week I gather all the stuff I came across on product hunt, twitter, refind, feedly, pinterest, medium, and put everything in a nice curated newsletter, hitting your inbox every Sunday. 

The Creative Abstract is a weekly digest featuring news about design and different creative fields, useful tools, apps, software, resources, books, articles, podcasts, and more for designers and creative minds. Throughout the week I gather all the stuff I came across on product hunt, twitter, refind, feedly, pinterest, medium, and put everything in a nice curated newsletter, hitting your inbox every Sunday. 

The Creative Abstract is a weekly digest featuring news about design and different creative fields, useful tools, apps, software, resources, books, articles, podcasts, and more for designers and creative minds. Throughout the week I gather all the stuff I came across on product hunt, twitter, refind, feedly, pinterest, medium, and put everything in a nice curated newsletter, hitting your inbox every Sunday. 

The Creative Abstract is a weekly digest featuring news about design and different creative fields, useful tools, apps, software, resources, books, articles, podcasts, and more for designers and creative minds. Throughout the week I gather all the stuff I came across on product hunt, twitter, refind, feedly, pinterest, medium, and put everything in a nice curated newsletter, hitting your inbox every Sunday. 

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You can >> SUBCRIBE HERE <<. Down below you can find a list of my most used apps and resources, constantly updated. 

You can >> SUBCRIBE HERE << . Down below you can find a list of my most used apps and resources, constantly updated. 

You can >> SUBCRIBE HERE << . Down below you can find a list of my most used apps and resources, constantly updated. 

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Notion is my All-In-One workplace and a true powerhouse when it comes to taking notes, planning, structuring new projects. I am gathering all the useful links I find on the internet in so-called databases and also made a specifically archive to quickly get an overview of what I already shared in my newsletter. Check it out and signup now to get $10 in credits, if you decide to upgrade to their premium features. Of course, you can use the whole app for free.

Notion is my All-In-One workplace and a true powerhouse when it comes to taking notes, planning, structuring a new projects. I am gathering all the useful links I find on the internet in so called databases and also made a specifically archive to quickly get an overview about what I already shared in my newsletter. Check it out and signup now to get $10 in credits, if you decide to upgrade to their premium features. Of course you can use the whole app for free.

Notion is my All-In-One workplace and a true powerhouse when it comes to taking notes, planning, structuring new projects. I am gathering all the useful links I find on the internet in so-called databases and also made a specifically archive to quickly get an overview of what I already shared in my newsletter. Check it out and signup now to get $10 in credits, if you decide to upgrade to their premium features. Of course, you can use the whole app for free.

Notion is my All-In-One workplace and a true powerhouse when it comes to taking notes, planning, structuring new projects. I am gathering all the useful links I find on the internet in so-called databases and also made a specifically archive to quickly get an overview of what I already shared in my newsletter. Check it out and signup now to get $10 in credits, if you decide to upgrade to their premium features. Of course, you can use the whole app for free.

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Station is the one app to rule them all. When you work on a new project you probably are taking some notes (using notion, evernote or simplenote, or a simple notebook), then you jump to another app for some inspiration (like pinterest or instagram), you have an idea, and open the next app (sketch, invision, figma), and so on. After one hour you are working across ten opened apps. Station gathers your favorite apps in one workplace. Currently, they are supporting over 600 Apps. You can add custom shortcuts to jump quickly between your favorite apps to be as productive as possible. This beauty is free to use on Mac, Windows, and Linux. 

Station is the one app to rule them all. When you work on a new project you probably are taking some notes (using notion, evernote or simplenote, or a simple notebook), then you jump to another app for some inspiration (like pinterest or instagram), you have an idea, and open the next app (sketch, invision, figma), and so on. After one hour you are working across ten opened apps. Station gathers your favorite apps in one workplace. Currently, they are supporting over 600 Apps. You can add custom shortcuts to jump quickly between your favorite apps to be as productive as possible. This beauty is free to use on Mac, Windows, and Linux. 

Station is the one app to rule them all. When you work on a new project you probably are taking some notes (using notion, evernote or simplenote, or a simple notebook), then you jump to another app for some inspiration (like pinterest or instagram), you have an idea, and open the next app (sketch, invision, figma), and so on. After one hour you are working across ten opened apps. Station gathers your favorite apps in one workplace. Currently, they are supporting over 600 Apps. You can add custom shortcuts to jump quickly between your favorite apps to be as productive as possible. This beauty is free to use on Mac, Windows, and Linux. 

Station is the one app to rule them all. When you work on a new project you probably are taking some notes (using notion, evernote or simplenote, or a simple notebook), then you jump to another app for some inspiration (like pinterest or instagram), you have an idea, and open the next app (sketch, invision, figma), and so on. After one hour you are working across ten opened apps. Station gathers your favorite apps in one workplace. Currently, they are supporting over 600 Apps. You can add custom shortcuts to jump quickly between your favorite apps to be as productive as possible. This beauty is free to use on Mac, Windows, and Linux. 

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If you are doing some research in your browser, you are probably working across a lot of different tabs. With workona you keep things clean and organized in your browser by creating an online workspace for your next project. 

If you are doing some research in your browser, you are probably working across a lot of different tabs. With workona you keep things clean and organized in your browser by creating an online workspace for your next project. 

If you are doing some research in your browser, you are probably working across a lot of different tabs. With workona you keep things clean and organized in your browser by creating an online workspace for your next project. 

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Part spreadsheet, part database, and entirely flexible, that is Airtable. After gathering all the useful links and resources in Notion I move to Airtable to create a spreadsheet, which I use as a database and archive to quickly see, what I have posted in the latest issue of the newsletter. But you can use Airtable for every needs and purpose since it supports different views like Kanban, Gallery, Grid, Calendar, and Form. Regardless of whether you are searching for a tool for a content marketing calendar,  a design project pipeline, a product launch planner, a client project tracker, and so on, Airtable is a must-have.

Part spreadsheet, part database, and entirely flexible, that is Airtable. After gathering all the useful links and resources in Notion I move to Airtable to create a spreadsheet, which I use as a database and archive to quickly see, what I have posted in the latest issue of the newsletter. But you can use Airtable for every needs and purpose since it supports different views like Kanban, Gallery, Grid, Calendar, and Form. Regardless of whether you are searching for a tool for a content marketing calendar,  a design project pipeline, a product launch planner, a client project tracker, and so on, Airtable is a must-have.

Part spreadsheet, part database, and entirely flexible, that is Airtable. After gathering all the useful links and resources in Notion I move to Airtable to create a spreadsheet, which I use as a database and archive to quickly see, what I have posted in the latest issue of the newsletter. But you can use Airtable for every needs and purpose since it supports different views like Kanban, Gallery, Grid, Calendar, and Form. Regardless of whether you are searching for a tool for a content marketing calendar,  a design project pipeline, a product launch planner, a client project tracker, and so on, Airtable is a must-have.

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Since I love to keep things structured and organized, RightFont helps me to keep a really nice overview of all my installed Typefaces. I am not a big fan of the native mac Typeface-App, RighFont is way more professional, giving me the opportunity to automatically activate fonts across all of my graphic/design software. I can also share fonts via Dropbox, Drive, ICloud with just a few simple clicks. The search function is just outstanding, a true experience and the perfect app to fit into the workflow of a designer. 

Since I love to keep things structured and organized, RightFont helps me to keep a really nice overview of all my installed Typefaces. I am not a big fan of the native mac Typeface-App, RighFont is way more professional, giving me the opportunity to automatically activate fonts across all of my graphic/design software. I can also share fonts via Dropbox, Drive, ICloud with just a few simple clicks. The search function is just outstanding, a true experience and the perfect app to fit into the workflow of a designer. 

Khroma the AI color tool for designers

I have come across khroma two years ago when George Hastings launched it on product hunt. I immediately loved it. It is an AI color tool for designers where you can discover, search, and save color combinations you'll love. By choosing a set of 50 colors, you'll train a neural network powered algorithm to generate colors you like and block ones you don’t, right in your browser. It is so intuitive and today I used for every project I am about to begin. 

I have come across khroma two years ago when George Hastings launched it on product hunt. I immediately loved it. It is an AI color tool for designers where you can discover, search, and save color combinations you'll love. By choosing a set of 50 colors, you'll train a neural network powered algorithm to generate colors you like and block ones you don’t, right in your browser. It is so intuitive and today I used for every project I am about to begin. 

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When I am on the hunt for some quality icons, The Noun Project is always my first address. Over two million icons created by an awesome community. It is definitely the most diverse collection of icons ever. Find new ways to communicate everything from abstract presentation concepts to playful kids’ book illustrations.

When I am on the hunt for some quality icons, The Noun Project is always my first address. Over two million icons created by an awesome community. It is definitely the most diverse collection of icons ever. Find new ways to communicate everything from abstract presentation concepts to playful kids’ book illustrations.

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