Repper App 50% off sale | Pitter Pattern

It’s Friday night, and I really shouldn’t be sitting at my desk writing a post, but… this is such a freaking awesome offer that I had to share it with you before it goes away.

Repper is a web app for creating geometric patterns on the fly, and I can say from experience that it’s quite addictive! The possibilities are endless, and it’s such a source of inspiration, that I bet you’ll never feel stuck for pattern ideas ever again.

If you want to learn more about Repper, you can check this post (Beat your creative block with Repper, an awesome pattern-making app), where I explain it all and even give you a mini video tour.

The Repper guys have a super generous Black Friday offer going on. You can get 50% off a full year membership with code BLACKFRIDAY. The offer is valid until 30th November 2020, so you haven’t got long!

I’ve been a member for a full year, and I’ve fallen in love with the app as it is, but these guys are working in some amazing new features that I think are gonna be complete game changers.

I don’t think I can say very much, but here between us, they’re working on the option to export designs as vector files, which is HUGE for so many of us. And they’re also looking into maybe providing an option to place your designs on different product mockups… Wouldn’t all this just blow your pattern-y brain? It will mine!

I really recommend you have a little play with the app and see for yourself how wonderful it is. And if you like it then don’t forget to grab this offer because I don’t think it’ll be happening for at least another year!

Happy pattern making!

Remember to use the BLACKFRIDAY code to get your 50% discount

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I am a designer, originally from Colombia and now living permanently in Cornwall, UK. I graduated in Product Design but since then have mostly worked in graphics for print and web. A few years ago I decided to specialise in Surface Pattern Design and I'm loving it!

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