The Wacom Tablet is a wonderful tool that every designer should at least experience the joy of working with, sooner than later. It allows the designer to interact with the screen on a more primitive level, nearly to the feeling of working with pen and paper, and is much more natural and responsive than working with a mouse or even a touch screen. Don’t get me wrong, holding a pen in your hand is great for roughing out ideas quickly and efficiently, you don’t have to think about how it works and you can get your thoughts down in a semi-permanent material but then getting it onto the screen can leave results that are less than desired.

Without one, my personal portfolio site would never have been able to look or feel the way it does.



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