6 Top Free Visual Tools for Your Content

Undoubtedly, Adobe Creative Cloud is still the best choice for working with visuals and doing advanced design work. But creating great visuals no longer requires you to be a graphic design professional. Even if you don’t have the skills, you can use a variety of free web-based visual tools for designing eye-popping graphics directly in your browser. In this blog post, you’ll find six of the top free visual tools that you can use for your online project.

Which visual tools do you use? Post them in comments to let us know!

1. PicMonkey

PicMonkey is a simple web-based photo editor. It’s perfect for those who need something like Photoshop but either don’t have skills or are on a budget. It is very easy to use and it can help you add some life to graphics for your blog, email marketing headers, and social media posts. The free version is available with certain limitations but you can also try their premium version for free for 30 days.

2. Riddle

Riddle offers free interactive content tools for social creators, including polls, lists, quizzes, and personality tests. It allows you to rapidly create dynamic, engaging, and viral content in under a minute!

3. Pablo

Pablo by Buffer is a free tool for creating engaging images for social media. Tweets and social media posts with images get more clicks, likes, and shares. You can choose a quote or type your own text, and use any beautiful free image to promote your content better.

4. Mockerie

Mockerie lets you place your site on a variety of smartphones, monitors, tablets and other devices. You can upload an image or enter your URL to have Mockerie grab an image of your site and place it as an iframe on a large selection of device images. Need more free mockup tools? Check out our list of best free mockups websites for designers.

5. Recordit

Recordit is a free screen recorder. It lets you record your screen and share it as a GIF file. If you are creating tutorials for your service, it is a perfect way to show any of its features visually.

6. Piktochart

Telling your story in an infographic is easy with Piktochart. Just pick a template from over 100 themes, customize it, download the image file, and share it to impress your audience.

Originally published at blog.barnimages.com on December 7, 2015.