Technology finds application in almost everything you do, with one of the biggest trends including AI graphics creator tools, like ChatGPT, to create or assist with creating graphic designs.
While ChatGPT has taken the world by storm, this intelligent chatbot can still not generate images and designs independently.
But you can use it to generate ideas, analyze your designs for suggestions, and criticize other people’s output.
If you haven’t tried ChatpGPT yet, they have a basic free version, as well as a premium version with additional benefits and features.
In this article, we will explore the seven best ChatGPT alternatives that you can use to create designs – whether assistive like Bard.ai or direct creation like Jasper.
First on the list is DALL-E, an artificially intelligent and trained tool for generating realistic images or art.
The DALL-E term is believed to be the combination of Pixar’s movie – WALL-E – and Salvador Dali, a famous artist.
This tool’s first version was released in January 2021 by openAI.
And after several updates with new features, the second version can now produce graphics with 4x more resolution.
One of the interesting applications of this AI is that you can easily prompt it to create visuals that are out of this world.
For example, you could ask it to generate a thunder god wielding his spear or generate an entire galaxy that looks no larger than a ball under a giant’s foot. It all depends on your prompts.
DALL-E is very useful for graphics designing since you can use it to create incorporable visual elements that do not exist but are necessary to express your messages.
You can also use it to generate variations of an original image which you can use for your designs.
2. Adobe Sensei
Source: Adobe Sensei
Adobe Sensei is a product of Adobe found across almost all of its programs, including Photoshop and other tools in the Creative Cloud.
If there’s one thing this AI tool is known for, that would be its content-aware fill feature.
Adobe Sensei’s content-aware fill feature automatically fills in the empty space left behind when removing an image section.
It analyzes the surrounding pixels and molds the vacant environment accordingly.
This is very useful if you’re the type to work with images often when designing, and it can save you manual stress.
Others include object selection and font-matching features. You can use the “Match font” to generate a list of fonts related to the original strokes you have in place.
Jasper is a powerful AI tool famous for creating expert-like copies that can be used across all marketing channels.
However, you can also use this excellent, web-powered software to generate realistic graphics and out-of-this-world images.
Unlike DALL-E, Jasper provides a few more options representing your preferred style, keyword, and mood.
There are also numerous templates to choose from and customize with your prompts.
Overall, Jasper is great for creating visual elements used in your designs.
You can also use it to generate design concepts and ideas by browsing through different creatives in your library.
Bard is one of the high-tech, conversational, artificially intelligent chatbots.
And it was developed by Google as a quick response to the rise of ChatGPT.
One thing that these two programs have in common is that they both can not generate real-time graphics like DALL-E and Jasper at the moment.
Another downside of Bard is that it is in the experimental stage, and you will have to join the waitlist before you can gain free access.
However, once you have a go-ahead, you can immediately retrieve hundreds of unique design briefs that will serve as a map when working on a project.
Designs.ai is another AI-powered graphic-creating tool that you can use to design logos, mockups, and fliers in less than two minutes.
First, you must choose the type of graphics you want to create.
Then the web-based software prompts you to include details such as logo name or messages that you plan to have in your design.
The only downside to this AI tool is that it’s too rigid and limits creativity.
Of course, that depends on your needs. If you’re using it for a logo design, you must select your preferred color, concept, and fonts.
Moreover, you can use the generated outputs to brainstorm ideas for your designs.
Uizard is one of the best AI-powered tools to use if you want to design a wireframe, mockup, landing page, productivity app template, or mobile visuals, even if you have no design experience.
You can easily leverage the software’s drag-and-drop capabilities to create excellent graphics.
One more exciting functionality of Uizard is the ability to turn your screenshots and sketches into real-time templates.
Let’s say you took a screenshot of your favorite app. You can upload the file; this AI tool will create a similar template for you in minutes.
The same goes for turning sketches into fantastic designs. Do a rough drawing on a piece of paper and take a picture.
Upload to Uizard for a well-designed and refined mockup or design as you would like. Lastly, Uizard accepts text inputs for generating graphics.
Last on the list is Khroma, a tool that uses its AI functionality to generate a list of colors with a wide range of palettes that you can choose from for your designs.
This reduces the time you need to compare and contrast different color patterns when designing for a brand.
Moreover, you can easily copy the hex codes, RGB values, and names of these colors, which can be used in any design software, including Adobe Illustrator.
With image-generating tools like Jasper, Uizard, and Dseigns.ai to other assistive AI programs like Adobe Sensei and Khroma, there is almost no limit to how far you can go with your designs.
So, explore these tools and use them to speed up your design process for more productivity.
Skip the lengthy process of creating mockups from scratch with Uizard and make your favorite palette of colors in an instant with Khroma.
Generate quick design briefs with Bard and feed these prompts into Jasper and DALL-E for a final product.
As a Visual Digital Marketing Specialist for New Horizons 123, Julie works to grow small businesses, increasing their online visibility by leveraging the latest in internet and video technologies. She specializes in creative camera-less animated video production, custom images, content writing, and SlideShare presentations. Julie also manages content, blog management, email marketing, marketing automation, and social media for her clients.