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If you have an iPad and are in need of some assistance, software or some downright inspiration for your designs then look no further.

Did you seriously think Apple wouldn’t have created an array of bespoke Apps befitting the professional Web Designer?

Well if you didn’t know about these wonderful Apps…. Let me introduce them to you (After all formalities never hurt anyone!)


Punultimate


Punultimate

Ever got that winning idea and no one is around to see it? Well Punultimate is always there for you no matter what time of day it is or despite who is not around. This Application encourages you to jot down brief notes and sketch your breakthrough ideas.


Adobe Ideas



This is yet another great App for being by your side when you are on the go and ideas come to you, I mean you can't stop brainwaves! Take a snap shot of your ideas and sketches any time with Adobe Ideas. It is perfect for the professional designer and also comes with Adobe Photoshop® software.

Wordpress



A classic software which on an iPad enables you to check comments and edit your content so is very handy if you are a blogging fanatic!

Freeform



This vector drawing tool allows you to create rough sketches of your design or elements of it so has practicality and flexibility. It lets you save your work and upload it to a PC/Mac later via email or saving as a PDF file.


This is just a handful of iPad Apps for designing websites. There are plenty more essential tools for Web design at your disposal so you can continue your stream of creativity inside or outside the office!

What's your thoughts?

Would you ever use these Apps to help your creative work? Do you think it's an effective way of storing and noting down ideas?

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Anthony began writing poetry at age 15 (now 22) and has never looked back since. His intense passion for writing led him to take an English and Communication with Creative Writing degree at the University of Hertfordshire which he completed in May. Afterwards, he decided to utilise his creativity and writing skills to pursue a career as a Copywriter; subsequently joining DotPeak

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