Project Draw

Have you tried Project Draw? No? Well, Autodesk’s new drawing application is available as a free Software-as-a-Service application from Autodesk Labs, and for the occasional graphic it is excellent.

Last week, I had to send a designer an outline of what I wanted by way of a graphic, and – with my freehand drawing getting more illegible by the year – Project Draw offered a quick and easy-to-use alternative. You have to register (free) to save any output, which can be exported in JPG, PNG, SVG and PDF.

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  1. Thanks for the feedback. We are glad you like it. We make people register so that Project Draw can keep track of the drawings you have created and saved. That way they’ll be there the next time you come back. We’re not making you register, so we can try to sell you AutoCAD. 🙂

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