Here’s a list of free cheap graphics software I’ve found:
- Canva – Very easy with minimal design options. Click here >>>
- Gimp – Used a lot by programmers as an excellent way to cut up images for the internet and has a straightforward navigation system. Click here>>>
- Pic Monkey – This is very similar to Gimp and may be suitable as an alternative if you cannot use Gimp. It also has templates sizes for all the social media platforms and is easy to use. Click here>>>
- Gravit – is useful if you want to do graphics on the fly, such as on your phone, and can not download the software too. You do it all online, and the free version is excellent. Click here>>>
I hope this helps you guys. If you know any others, send me an email, and I will add it to this page. I hope it helps you with your cheap graphics software needs.
HOW I WORK
I consider myself a pretty versatile person and understand; not everyone’s the same. Over the past twenty years in graphic design and front end developer roles. I’ve come across many types of managers.
Some have agile managed me, and others have trusted me to get on with it. I can accommodate happily with both styles of project management – but I must warn you!
Suppose you’re thinking of using my packages that are available on this website. I will have to take hold of the project management. It’s because I’ve ‘taken a punt’, on how long I think, it will take me—and priced them accordingly. If this doesn’t appeal to you, I suggest you work with me on my hourly rate.