The user interface:
How easy or hard is it to grasp? Is it intuitive, relatively easy to follow? Or is it unclear, too complex? What can you say about the interface?
The interface is not complicated to use, there is a clear instruction bar below in your screen with tools available as windows/walls, materials and furniture.
Tutorials / Instructions:
useful / helpful : 4
clear : 4
quick and easy to understand : 4
What notable things do other users say about this tool? (either good or bad!)
"Piktochart has meant that we can actually compete on a whole new level. It has almost democratized graphic design so that anyone can do it."
Testing the tool (learning by doing – trial and error)
What would/could a designer use this tool for?
NB: Think not only of the things the tool is meant for, but imagine in what other ways a designer might be able to play with, and appropriate this tool.
The tool could be useful for interior design because it gives a very precise view of the space and products, or for product design. I think it could also be applied in graphic design if you're looking for things like how objects function in a room with a certain light, colors or patterns.
Depending on what kind of free this tool is, how “free” is this tool really?
For instance – you don’t have to pay for it, but it’s keeping track of your surf behaviour, and pushing advertising towards you, is it then free
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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.*
Marlou Bleijenberg, 21/09/2017