Looking for a ready-to-go desktop environment brimming with free and open source multimedia production and publishing tools? Try the Design Suite, a Fedora Spin created by designers, for designers.
The Design Suite includes the favorite tools of the Fedora Design Team. These are the same programs we use to create all the artwork that you see within the Fedora Project, from desktop backgrounds to CD sleeves, web page designs, application interfaces, flyers, posters and more. From document publication to vector and bitmap editing or 3D modeling to photo management, the Design Suite has an application for you — and you can install thousands more from the Fedora universe of packages.
A powerful image composition and graphic editing app, similar to Adobe® Photoshop™.Learn More >
An easy-to-use vector graphics editor, similar to Adobe® Illustrator™.Learn More >
An all-in-one 3D graphics suite, with tools for modeling, animation, rendering and post-production.Learn More >
A virtual light-table and darkroom for photographers; includes tools to develop and enhance raw images.Learn More >
A creative sketching and digital painting app, modeled on real-life painting materials and workflows.Learn More >
A desktop publishing and page layout application with professional publishing features.Learn More >
Easy file sharing based on git. Share, backup, and collaborate on design assets.Learn More >
A powerful multi-track non-linear video editor that includes editing, transcoding, effects and transitions.Learn More >
Manage, install, and generate color profiles for your desktop. Keep your screen calibrated!Learn More >
Users and developers are available in the #fedora-design IRC channel on irc.libera.chat for real-time chat.
Users and developers are also available on the mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Specific documentation and tutorials are available at the Design Suite tutorials page.
Sometimes you may encounter an issue with this spin that you can get help with using general Fedora support resources. A list of resources is available at the Fedora Get Help page.