Today we had a meeting about open design at Betahaus. I usually draw with pens and paper, but wanted to try going digital for quite a while. I just hadn’t found a tool that suited my purposes. Thanks to Arne I discovered Scribbles.
Scribbles works really well for, well, scribbling and quick notetaking. It’s easy to switch between brushed and colours (Photoshop is painful when it comes to that). High resolution, saving to all kinds of formats and the “infinite canvas” which allows you to draw in all directions spontaneously (which is quite important when you do graphic recording) makes it a tool I’ll definitely spend 20$ for.
There’s also a free version, if you wanna give it a try. The full version has of course a couple of more features.
And if you’re in Berlin and interested in Open Design you’re more than welcome to join us next week Tuesday (17th) at 19.30 at Studio 70 on Kottbusser Damm 70.