7 Useful Tools To Manage Digital Design Assets

All graphic designers have a large amount of assets on their hard drives including multiple sets of icons, fonts, images etc. Looking through folders on your desktop to find what you want can be a chore. So to give you peace of mind and save you precious time, here are some useful tools to keep them organized.


Iconjar gives you the ability to store all your icons in one place, just one click away.



The basic purpose of Pixave is to provide the optimum environment to manage your images. But to judge its usefulness and convenience solely on its environment would be far from doing it justice. With the user-definable ‘Collection’ feature you manage your images, using folders to categorize to suit your needs.



Everyone loves collecting images, but it can be very hard to keep them organized. Pixa is a Mac application that manages your pictures, helping you to quickly find and share them.



Help designers manage fonts and find the right font quickly. Integrate with Adobe CS/CC & Sketch.



Nucleo is a library of 2030 responsive icons and a web application to manage and customize them.



TypeCase lets you compare multiple fonts together which is another massive headache for designers. So when you’re hunting for that perfect typeface for a piece of work, you can check out a huge stack of options with just a click of your mouse.



ColorKit is a productivity tool for color management. You can easily collect colors into projects, and link them with a layer with single click.



  1. Très désappointésays:

    You should write in the title that, in order to be trendy, all these softwares are mac only.

    Some designers who use real computers could be disappointed…

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