The user interface:
Pretty easy to use, but mainly if you're already experienced in adobe/design programs. The interface is clear, basic.
Tutorials / Instructions:
useful / helpful : 4
clear : 3
quick and easy to understand : 4
What notable things do other users say about this tool? (either good or bad!)
"Standard character spacing feeling awkward like a gradeschool slowdance? Kerning gets characters together and feelin’ good." - Ralf Herrmann, typography.guru
Testing the tool (learning by doing – trial and error)
What would/could a designer use this tool for?
Of course it could be used for font design, but because of the shape-possibilities I can see someone use it for other graphic design aswell. The baseline grid can be very useful for desiging big designs based on graphic shapes.
Depending on what kind of free this tool is, how “free” is this tool really?
No ads, no 'premium' that expects you to pay more. There is a donate option but this isn't forced upon you and doesn't bother me.
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*As an official reviewer for the Great Free Graphic Software Review I confirm I have filled in the above review at the best of my abilities, with care, patience and without prior prejudice, so help me Tux.*
Anne de Bekker, 24/09/2017