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The Designer on the Go

Every morning at creative o’clock, I take two creative vitamins, wash them down with a glass of creative juice, and listen to my creative playlist to stimulate creative thoughts. If it only were that simple. As PCMag’s graphic designer, my career depends on creativity. But with tight deadlines, I don’t always have time to recharge. That’s why I depend on a few tools to help capture and keep those sparks of inspiration.


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