Categories | Graphics | Inkscape


If you’re looking for a simple tool to create and edit vector images, Inkscape could be a perfect choice. With an easy-to-use interface and functions to support beginner needs, as well as more advanced features for professional use, there’s so much on offer for a host of digital designers.

Inkscape doesn’t only offer capabilities for vector images either; it can even be used to edit SVG formats, create both technical artworks and creative illustrations, and can even be used for business purposes when you need clear, easy to understand flowcharts and diagrams.

The great news is that the software is open-source and free, which means that you won’t lose anything if you decide to give it a try. Some consider it to be a good enough alternative to premium applications like Adobe Illustrator, and it’s supported by GNU/Linux, Windows and MacOS X, so you can really use it anywhere.