Do you remember when you were a kid and you used to play in Paint out of boredom? Limited as the program was, you always had room for creativity. In fact, doodling may be a great way to keep your mind working, even while you’re brainstorming or finding yourself in a creative deadlock. This is why an application like Inkodo could be considered a productivity tool.
Inkodo allows you to use various pen tools in order to scribble down ideas, drawings, sketches and doodles. You can play with many writing tools, like a calligraphy pen, a ballpoint pen, a highlighter or a marker. Obviously, the application works best with a stylus and a touchscreen, but even with a mouse these tools behave in a realistic way.
Although drawing is the main feature, it’s just the tip of the iceberg, because Inkodo allows you to basically add anything you want to your page. You can import images, media, maps and screenshots of webpages; you can add plain text, stylized text, shapes and borders. You can even use the program to record your voice or create reminders.
If you’re tired of the same white page, you can change that as well; choose between doodling on a blackboard, ruler paper or grid paper. If neither of them create an environment that suits you, change the paper color or add a background image and start scribbling on it.
If you want to be more precise with you sketches, you can use the realistic ruler and protractor tools, so you can draw perfect lines and circles. It’s also worth mentioning that you can add all sorts of emoji and stickers to your pages. Yes, Inkodo seems like a fun application, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t find many ways to integrate it in your work.