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Is there a tool like Pixa for collecting inspirations / moodboards ?

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Posted by Jessi Williams
May 26, 2021 at 03:38 AM

 

I used to use Pixa on MacOS, but it stop updating for quite some time.

Would love to see if there’s a replacement for Pixa that will allow me to collect inspirations / moodboards?


Thank you!

 


Posted by Ken
May 26, 2021 at 06:28 PM

 

dropmark.com ?

—Ken

 


Posted by satis
May 27, 2021 at 02:07 AM

 

I just make private boards on Pinterest, which has clipper extensions for all browsers.

A more powerful option is Miro, which has a free tier (but only 3 Boards), and then gets pricey.

 


Posted by mondayrobot
May 27, 2021 at 04:18 AM

 

Hello,

I’ve tested/used Dropmark, Raindrop, Milanote, Ryeboard, Walling, Collaboard and Mymind.

For basic features, where the organization of the moodboard is automatic you could use Dropmark or Raindrop. They are bookmark managers, but highly visual and with good image management. They also have good free tiers (unlimited content). Raindrop has also drag and drop, so a little bit more control.

More advanced:
Milanote - probably the oldest so more polished and with more features that allow extra control of your moodboard
Walling - has a way of (re)organizing your content with included productivity features. The organization might speak more to a outline user (with walls, sections, bricks)
Ryeboard - new and relatively unknown, but I quite like their features and UI (re-usable content, a lot of options for visual organization)
Mymind - uses AI to organize your content automatically. No free tier.
Collaboard - oriented towards live collaboration, but can be used for moodboards

 


Posted by Jessi Williams
May 27, 2021 at 06:57 AM

 

thank you Ken! i’ll give it a try

 


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