References Design macOS brings you the freshest design inspirations and stories from all over the communities — Dribbble, Behance, Pinterest, Medium, Designer News, Awwwards, DeviantArt, Artstation, Core77, CSS Design Awards… and a lot more — all the communities that you already love.
### The ultimate image organizer
With the simple, intuitive, yet powerful workspace, References.Design is also your ultimate image organizer.
### AI-powered smart tagging and searching system
We trained an AI engine to automatically detect the visual styles and the objects in your inspirations. You can start searching your inspirations right after they are imported. Managing design assets had never been so simple!
### Inspire ME!
Get bored that you have to look at your images in the same way every time you open a folder? Now with References.Design, you can view randomized image every time you hit the inspire me button. Pin the ones you like and more relevant contents will be automatically suggested!
### Live Folders
Connect with your existing folders, no need to copy/paste or duplicate your images. It will scan and load all the images in your linked folder. Changes made in the folders will be automatically detected and refreshed in the app.
### Team folder and offline access
You can also connect to folders on an external storage or even on a remote server. Images will be scanned and cached for offline access.
### Sync with your favorite cloud service
Need to backup and sync your library? Just connect with your favorite cloud service and everything already works!
### Simply powerful labeling system
Assigning labels to your images, the fastest way put your contents in order.
### Cluster related images
You don’t always have a keyword when looking for Inspirations. Sometimes it’s better just to browse randomly to get wild ideas — but not too random to include some totally non-related contents.
Powered by an AI engine fine-tuned for design contents, References.Design automatically analyzes your images’ visual styles and color themes, and cluster them into different groups base on that. You can now browse randomly but still keep focus.
macOS 10.14.0 or later, 64-bit processor