The tools with the biggest impact on my design journey

Some tools or programs make work easier for each of us. Meet those which suit me best and how I work with them.


I discovered Webflow in 2015 and it changed everything. I was able to design and build websites without any developer, which opened the door for freelancing and becoming more knowledgeable in web app development.

Build, design and write content from the WordPress editor without having to juggle between different environments and page builders. Cwicly integrates seamlessly with the WordPress editor and gives you the complete toolset you need to create and extend new and existing websites. WordPress Website Builder.


Cwicly is a unique WordPress Website Builder for Gutenberg. It is actually something like Webflow inside WordPress but with a huge added value of features. Once you look for a Webflow alternative to WordPress – Cwicly is your shot.


As a interface designer, I was looking for a product design app that would be versatile and offer endless possibilities. Figma seemed like the only choice in a sea of options. With Figma, you can design, prototype, share, and collaborate all in one tool. The interface is very intuitive and the shortcuts are some of the best I’ve seen for designers.


Of all the to-do list apps out there, Todoist is my favorite. Why? It’s simple. It makes it easy to schedule my full-time job, freelancing gigs, and personal commitments all in one place.


I’ve tried a lot of different note-taking apps, and the one that works best for me is OneNote. I like it because I can draw and use freehand tools to place whatever I need to note. It’s also easy to share with other people.

This is my small stack of tools that has the main impact on my career path as a designer. I use a lot more tools, but the ones I’m featuring here are the ones I use with very professional expertise.