Dotgrid

A simple vector illustration tool.

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#1 Product of the DayJanuary 08, 2018

Dotgrid is a simple vector glyph illustration tool, that works by adding control points and drawing different line-types between them. The tool was created to design logos and glyphs for various personal projects, and made available as a free and open source application.

Exports to SVG, PNG and DOT.

Reviews

  • Grace HoVisual Designer
    Pros: 

    Nice and minimal <3 Great for quick logo or icon design.

    Cons: 

    Ctrl+z is a little weird on Mac. File exports to .dot, .png, and .svg at the same time. Wish I could choose which one to export to.

    It's fun to play with. Just wish there were more features.

    Grace Ho has used this product for one day.
  • Matt LawsInnovator, Inventor, Breaker of things.
    Pros: 

    Looks clean, and a great Idea

    Cons: 

    Not great to use - would benefit from some UX/UI work

    Use of keyboard modifiers would be nice, and the ability ctrl+z ;)

    Matt Laws has used this product for one day.

Discussion

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Maxim Leonovich@maxim_leonovich · Love things like vim
Nice БНТУ picture!
Danijela Vujosevic@danie_nis · Data Quality Specialist, Exchangeleads
Like the "Name your own price" note. Good luck!
Tyler Cosgrove@vivalldi98
@danie_nis I really enjoy this too! Once I fiddle around with something I know how much I would like to pay for it. Definitely planning on playing around then paying
Danijela Vujosevic@danie_nis · Data Quality Specialist, Exchangeleads
@vivalldi98 My idea too - playing then paying :) Gives others the impression that you are confident. I hate being limited to "trial version".
Devine Lu LinvegaMaker@neauoire · Developer, Hundred Rabbits
@vivalldi98 @danie_nis Likewise, I wish more people did this as well :)
hans@hanspagel · scrumpy
You have to rethink how you draw paths, but I really like the minimal approach. Good work!
Philip Litassy@nubeek · Product Designer at Thinknum
Love how simple and minimalist this appears to be.
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job !! The pics look good 😊