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We know what kind of person you are based on your software of choice

posted on February 9, 2017

We know what kind of person you are based on your software of choice

All graphic designers have that one go-to software that we feel most comfortable working with. Find out what it says about your personality!


Photoshop users: the doers

If you are a Photoshop user, you are the kind of person who works best when focused on one task at a time. Details are very important to you, yet you are very adaptive to change. You like to experiment with different ways of dealing with different situations. When distractions come your way, you find it difficult to regain focus, so take our advice: keep everything organised!


Illustrator users: the thinkers

Illustrator users likes to think outside the box (or, in this case, artboard). With such a broad imagination your mind is one big playground where countless, often random ideas scatter. Sometimes you struggle to put the right pieces together and create a masterpiece. The key is knowing that you need to step back once in a while to see the bigger picture.


InDesign users: the planners

InDesign users have remarkable organisational skill. You like to plan ahead before starting anything, and to stick to the plan to the smallest details, no matter what happens. Friends often regard you as a rigid or inflexible person, but deep down they know that you are their rock, and that things might fall apart without you around.

Corel Draw

CorelDraw users: the legends

CorelDraw users are unquestionably experienced ones. Age and wisdom earned you respect from others. Past success brought you to a comfortable place in your life, but this world is an ever-changing one. Maybe it’s time to step outside your comfort zone and adapt to current times.

What about Powerpoint users?” one might ask. As you wish!  

Powerpoint users: the misguided

You might be very good at creating some mean presentations, but it’s still not a design software. It does the trick for creating an agency brief, though. Here’s a tip: avoid sending pictures in a Powerpoint file. Organising pictures in folders and renaming them before sending take much less time than going back and forth with your printer due to lack of picture quality and size that you only find later during printing.

Take a look at our creative team members' profile, and guess which one's which!

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