Some tools or programs make work easier for each of us. Meet those which suit me best and how I work with them.
It was 2015 I discovered Webflow first time. It has change my life at all as I was able to design and build a websites without any developer. It has opened a door for freelancing and becoming more knowledge in web app development at all.Try Webflow
As a Interface Designer Figma was the only choice in the seas of Product Design Apps. The abilities and possibilities of building with Figma are endless. Design, Prototype, Share, Collaborate all in single tool and with very intuitive Interface and best shortcuts ever done for designers.Try Figma
Todoist is my first choice once it comes to to-dos apps. Asking why? The simplicity is the key. Todoist in combo with Pleexy gets me everything I need for scheduling my personal - full time job - freelancing parts together.Try Todoist
Been trying so much notes apps around, however OneNote suits me the best with ability of drawings and using freehand tool for draging and placing whatever I need to note and share with other peoples.Try OneNote
Make.com is a great visual platform that helps me to build tasks and workflows to apps and systems. It's the number one solution for integrating platforms together, and it has better costs against Zapier.Try Make
This is my small stack of tools which has the main impact on my career path as a designer. Using much more tools, but those I might say I am handling on very proffesional expertise.Start Cooperation