7 Gadgets Every Graphic Designer Needs

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7 Gadgets and Tools Every Graphic Designer Needs To Have. Graphic Designers use a lot of different tools to get their work done. Here are some graphic design tools you’ll need at some point. Graphic Design Gadgets and tools are an important part of working efficiently and effectively. These Graphic Design Gadgets are things that I use on a daily or weekly basis and I wanted to share them with my fellow graphic design pros to help you increase productivity. What tools do you use for graphic design?0:00 – Introduction 0:39 – 1. Drawing Tablet Team favorite: https://amzn.to/3lnZ2y62:49 – 2. Adobe Creative Cloud membership Sign up: https://adobe.ly/3G2HoIg3:47- 3. Computer with a good graphics card Team favorite: https://amzn.to/3phSm5G5:07 4. Solid State (SSD) External Hard Drives Team favorite: https://amzn.to/3FYooun6:19 5. Good Cell Phone with a Stylus Phone: https://amzn.to/3I6Y6I2 Stylus: https://amzn.to/3roWcge7:43 6. Sit-Stand Desk Team favorite: https://amzn.to/3D8zBqg8:28 7. Comfortable and Ergonomic Chair Team favorite: https://amzn.to/3rtIEQF9:28 8. BONUS – Powerbank for charging on the go! Team favorite: https://amzn.to/3plh9WOLooking for community? Join our Tribe: https://bit.ly/instagraphicspro Struggling to get clients? Watch this training: https://bit.ly/quantumprospecting Need A Breakthrough? Chat with Adrian Boysel: https://bit.ly/adrianstrategy30Adrian Boysel is a Creative Entrepreneur, Keynote Speaker, and Digital Marketing Trainer. He is the founder of Adrian Graphics and Marketing and Host of the Project Grow Show Podcast.Adrian Boysel helps entrepreneurs and business owners, through educational videos on YouTube, motivational content on Instagram, and career development advice on LinkedIn, as well as offering 1 on 1 Consulting and a Group Coaching Program.Disclaimers: all opinions are my own, sponsors are acknowledged. Links in the description are typically affiliate links that let you help support the channel at no extra cost.#GRAPHICDESIGN #GADGETS #DESIGNTOOLS-~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: “A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A GRAPHIC DESIGNER ” -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- 7 gadgets every graphic designer needs graphic design gadgets

19 thoughts on “7 Gadgets Every Graphic Designer Needs

  1. Awesome stuff!
    I would add “pain killers” as a necessary tool.
    For those headaches you get here and there with clients 😂

    1. I WILL NEVER BUY ADOBE, fudge them. If you want a good quality digital art program that is one time payment and doesnt feel like a bloody highway robbery (i’m talking to you adobe!!!) then buy Clipstudio Paint, you can do a monthly/annual sub for it if you want their cloud servers (also available on android and ios) which is useful if you wanna draw on the go with an android/apple phone and continue on your laptop in the cafe or on your pc at home. or you can just pay once to get a lifetime program, its freaking amazing. i use Clipstudio Paint EX along with Procreate (Ipad pro) for all of my digital art needs, i dont need anything else, especially nothing from adobe.

  2. I am personally very disenchanted with adobe products. I only pay for it because it’s the “industry standard.” There are so many open source options and pay once alternatives (like the affinity suite) that are very competitive if not just as good imo. On another note, I recommend buying the ssd and external enclosure separately. You’ll save money and you can easily swap out drives or enclosures if anything is ever damaged. A NAS would be another good addition for long term storage and backups.

  3. Pertinent info, just what I was looking for! perhaps consider including each note on the left of the screen as you discuss it so we can take notes as we listen. Also at the end, consider recapping your points with a single view of numbers/words as you bow out.
    1. Tablet & pen
    2. Adobe
    3. Computer
    4. External solid state drive …

    bla bla you get the idea
    Just a thought from a new follower
    Peace ☦️

  4. Hai why don’t you make a new video on this now ? I want to see how updated you are what changed abd what didn’t abd what should and what shouldn’t.

  5. Great video I respect your joy of having those gadgets and keep it up.
    However – “If you want to be great graphic designer”, “tools that you need”, “tools […] are critical for any graphic designer” – no you don’t need any of those. They are gadgets, for people that work in specific designing jobs. Good chair and standup desks are great for you back and comfort but are not need haha.
    Tablets, Phones with drawing apps or IPads are also great.. if you need them in your work, like, if you often present your sketches or if you often on a go to quick explain or to show work/ideas. Same with powerbanks.
    Adobe’s not needed at all, and to say more, updates, issues, lack of responses from Adobe’s help desk when some features are not working for years, portfolio which will dissapear when you stop paying, problem with fonts etc. all that really not so critical to be great designer. Specialy that Adobe’s has a problem with using more power from graphic cards. The most important is good CPU and RAM, that’s why Macs are so good in desiging, because they are created with really good CPUs and they are great for rendering. But you know how and what to buy for a PC, it will be as good and way cheaper.
    SSD’s are great to do backups for you projects, specialy if you have a lot of them, it’s always better to have your work in more that one device, just in case or if you want to archive them. SSD is always a good decision :D

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