Graphic design organization is hard. But I was lucky enough to get a chance to check out Eagle App recently, which is a cool piece of software which helps organise assets.
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If you are like me, you probably have files all over the place. I have dozens of folders without good labelling with fonts, videos, images and music. I use these on a daily basis to make videos for youtube, research and even just for inspiration.
But I waste heaps of time looking for them. I honestly have a folder called Dribbble in my Chrome which has hundreds of bookmarks. Their title isn't very specific, and every time I go back to look for something takes me ages to find the file I was looking for.
So what's the goal here. Well using the application I was able to literally drag and drop most things and have them organised pretty damn quick. But was really cool was the fact that I could search and preview them really fast.
Simple mouse overs were enough to preview music, and I could even double click on fonts to test them out.
Some of the features that were cool included:
- Easy simple place for all my photos (or thumbnails!)
- Chrome Extension that lets me drag and drop images to save them quickly
- Search by color, lets me filter images by any shade or tone!
- Preview music by mouse over, with time skip!
- Font previews (on a web-like a screen)
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