Introducing Delux Designer keyboard

Were are very excited to get our hands on a really cool keyboard which was designed specifically for digital artists, illustrators and graphic designers. The keyboard is called Delux Designer, which is currently listed as campaign on Kickstarter. As a designer it is essential to make the creative process as fast and effective as possible, and this is one of the reasons we were very excited to try out the Delux Designer keyboard!

Martin has created a awesome youtube video. Watch the setup process and the functionality of the product below! 

Product Summary

The Delux Designer allows creatives to customise keyboard shortcuts even further than the average keyboard (who doesn't love a good old shortcut). The Delux Designer is compatible with Adobe applications  such as Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign. It is also compatible with Wacom and other graphic tablets. The purpose of the keyboard is to make  the designing process easier and reduce time on repetitive tasks with a single click. 

Example of keyboard shortcuts applied for the purpose of using Adobe Illustrator 


The Design of the Product

The Delux Designer keyboard is unique for its size. It is compact, fits into very small working environment and practical enough to fit into your backpack for when you are on the go. It is made of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy material, which makes it very comfortable to touch. In addition the end of the keyboard is curved, allowing us to rest our hand on it which is very important if you are going to use it for long hours.

We hope you found Martin's review useful, have you tried this product? if so we will love to hear your feedback. If there are any other products you would like us to review then please leave your comments below. 

About the author 

Shumi Perhiniak

Shumi is a self-taught graphic designer and illustrator. In 2012, she took an entire year off to study Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator. In just 6 months, she started freelancing and became a Certified Photoshop Expert. She has worked as an in-house graphic designer for brands such as Toni&Guy, Renaissance Learning and Baker Ross.

She also owned a physical stationery shop selling her art prints and now focuses on selling digital art prints online under the name HerDesignWorld

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