Next up on Indiegogo: Graphic Tools for the Average Joe

Toolmonks Unveils Hosted, Do-it-Yourself, Graphics Platform

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PHOENIX, Ariz., June 6, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- No Design Skills? No Problem. Just hack a Toolmonks design. It's the next innovation on the crowdfunding stage: A simple solution for non-technical people to create custom graphics and vibrant 3D images for websites, social media sites, display ads and blogs.

Phoenix based-developer, Toolmonks is using the crowdfunding site Indiegogo to introduce ToolSuite, a cloud based graphics platform for companies and individuals to save time and money creating their own customized graphics.

ToolSuite combines non-complicated graphic tools together with a template design library that lets users easily modify designer graphics for their own websites, social sites and banner ads.

ToolSuite includes a 3D image Tool that generates professional quality 3D images and a Template Tool that provides templates for social media, display ads, and custom sizes. In a matter of minutes users can choose from pre-designed templates in ToolSuite's Design Library and can create professional quality images that would otherwise cost hundreds of dollars from freelance designers.

The Indiegogo campaign, launched today at offering contributors access to ToolSuite starting at a one-time contribution of $50.

Toolmonks will also provide companies with the option to create and distribute - in the cloud - their own private library of template designs for their distributors, agents and dealers.

"We are working with My Home Group, a real estate company, to develop this application to distribute brand images to their agents, who can then add their name, image and contact info," says Co-Founder, Nicole Wallace.

"ToolSuite is a convenient and secure solution for the company to save time and money promoting their brand," says Aaron Pierson, branding consultant for My Home Group.

Toolmonks future plans will allow users to submit designs to the Design Library to expand the variety of design choices for everyone. "As our wiki Design Library grows, so does the value of our tools," says Wallace. "We believe this wiki design concept solves a problem for individuals and small businesses who need customized graphics."

The campaign is live for 20 days at . Or visit their website at .

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