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GRIDDER – Grid Systems for Graphic Designers [+FREE]


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Full version:


Free version:
(just put 0 in the price box)



Speed up your process and elevate your visual communication skills with ease using grids created specifically for graphic designers.


Benefits in using grids:


  • Consistency: A grid system ensures that design elements are consistently spaced and aligned, creating a cohesive and organized design.
  • Hierarchy: A grid system can help create a clear hierarchy of information, making it easier for viewers to navigate and understand the content.
  • Efficiency: A grid system can speed up the design process, as it provides a framework for organizing and placing design elements.


What is included:

+  30 Grid Examples
Most frequently used grid systems in web design, printmaking or creation of individual designs such as illustrations or logos.


Grid Types:

  • Dot
  • Dot x2
  • Dot x0.5
  • Square
  • Square x2
  • Square x0.5
  • Perspective Side
  • Perspective Center
  • Perspective Fold
  • Canonical Golden Simplified
  • Canonical Golden Standard
  • Canonical Golden Detailed
  • Modular 4x4
  • Modular 6x6
  • Modular 8x6
  • Modular 10x10 0-Gap
  • Modular 6x6 -Gap
  • Modular 12x6 0-Gap
  • Modular 8x4 with Bar
  • Modular 4x8 with Bar
  • Modular 12x6 with Bar
  • 12 Columns
  • 16 Columns
  • 21 Columns
  • 2 Point Diamond
  • Stream Mirror
  • Focal Influx
  • Golden Ratio
  • Double Golden
  • Rule of Thirds

File Formats:

  • Affinity Designer Open File
  • SVG Exported Single Files


  • Artboard Area: 1920x1080
  • Workspace: 1440x810 (16:9 ratio)

Easly scalable to any size.


+  DIGITAL 1920x1080
Adjusted while maintaining proportions.

  • Modular 8x6 with 30px Gap
  • 12 Column with 30px Gap

Adjusted while maintaining proportions.

  • Landscape – 8x4 Grid
  • Portrait – 8x4 Grid


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Happy Designing!


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In full version you have 30 examples/samples and in free just 10. 

Currently workspace is set to 1440x810 (16:9 ratio)

I want to adjust these samples to 1920x1080 for digital purpose and A4 format for print in the next update. 

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