olivier evrard


Open source design


Open design is the development of physical products, machines and systems through use of publicly shared design information. Open design involves the making of both free and open-source software (FOSS) as well as open-source hardware. The process is generally facilitated by the Internet and often performed without monetary compensation. The goals and philosophy are identical to that of the open-source movement, but are implemented for the development of physical products rather than software.[5] Open design is a form of co-creation, where the final product is designed by the users, rather than an external stakeholder such as a private company. (Wikipedia)

Voici une liste non exhaustive des softwares, langages et hardwares open source pour le Design graphique:

Open Design

Open Source Softwares

  • Scribus (genre InDesign)
  • Inkscape (genre Illustrator)
  • Gimp (genre Photoshop)
  • Fontforge (création de police dessinée)
  • MetaFont (création de police codée)
  • Sublime Text (éditeur de code)
  • Processing (design génératif JAVA)
  • P5.js (design génératif Javascript)
  • FileZilla (File Transfert Protocole)
  • LibreOffice (suite office)
  • Etherpad (éditeur de texte collaboratif et synchrone)
  • NodeBox (datavisualisation)
  • Pure Data (design génératif)
  • Linux (système d’exploitation)
  • Raspbian (système d’exploitation orienté Raspberry Pi)
  • Godot (moteur de jeu vidéo 2D et 3D)
  • (…)

Open Source Langages

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • PHP
  • JAVA
  • Javascript
  • Python
  • Scratch
  • (…)

Open Source Hardwares

  • Arduino
  • Raspberry Pi
  • (…)