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🎇 Penpot Fest exceeded all expectations - it was a complete success! 🎇 Penpot Fest is our first Design event that brought designers and developers from the Open Source communities and beyond. Watch the replay of the talks on our Youtube channel or Peertube channel
Penpot is the first Open Source design and prototyping platform meant for cross-domain teams. Non dependent on operating systems, Penpot is web based and works with open standards (SVG). Penpot invites designers all over the world to fall in love with open source while getting developers excited about the design process in return.
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Penpot makes design and prototyping accessible to every team in the world.
For cross-domain teams
We have a clear focus on design and code teams and our capabilities reflect exactly that. The less hand-off mindset, the more fun for everyone.
Being web based, Penpot is not dependent on operating systems or local installations, you will only need to run a modern browser.
Using SVG as no other design and prototyping tool does, Penpot files sport compatibility with most of the vectorial tools, are tech friendly and extremely easy to use on the web. We make sure you will always own your work.
Install with Elestio
Elestio offers a fully managed service for on-premise instances of a selection of open-source software! This means you can deploy a dedicated instance of Penpot in just 3 minutes with no technical knowledge needed.
You don’t need to worry about DNS configuration, SMTP, backups, SSL certificates, OS & Penpot upgrades, and much more.
Install with Docker
You can also get started with Penpot locally or self-host it with docker and docker-compose.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on getting started with Docker.
Penpot cloud app
If you prefer not to install Penpot in a local environment, login or register on our Penpot cloud app. Create a team to work together on projects and share design assets or jump right away into Penpot and start designing on your own.
If you need help or have any questions; if you’d like to share your experience using Penpot or get inspired; if you’d rather meet our community of developers and designers, join our Community!
You will find the following categories:
- Ask the Community
- Help us Improve Penpot
- Events and Announcements
- Inside Penpot
- Penpot in your language
Every sort of contribution will be very helpful to enhance Penpot. How you’ll participate? All your ideas, designs and code are welcome:
- Invite your team to join
- Star this repo and follow us on Social Media: Twitter, Instagram, Youtube or Mastodon.
- Participate in the Community asking and answering questions, reacting to others’ articles or opening your own conversations.
- Report bugs with our easy guide for bugs hunting or GitHub issues
- Create and share Libraries & templates that will be helpful for the community
- Become a translator
- Give feedback: Mail us
- Contribute to Penpot's code: Watch this video by Alejandro Alonso, CIO and developer at Penpot, where he gives us a hands-on demo of how to use Penpot’s repository and make changes in both front and back end
To find (almost) everything you need to know on how to contribute to Penpot, refer to the contributing-guide.
You can ask and answer questions, have open-ended conversations, and follow along on decisions affecting the project.
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Penpot is a Kaleidos’ open source project