Pixa, a new image organizing application for Mac OSX Lion, is easy to use, and helps people organize their images in projects and tags. On import itauto-tag useful information like colors and size and grab web address, extensions and metadata for the images that you import. All those information are placed together in one handy panel; no more struggle in searching that elusive metadata. Pixa comes with some handy tools for tacking screenshots and analyze and grab picture color in different formats. Users can export images with a single drag and drop. The user can also export images by just dragging the relative icon directly to finder. Pixa supports all the image formats you need: psd, ai, jpg, png, tiff, pdf, bmp, gif, ico, icns, eps.
Multi-libraries support. Fast renaming of group of images with numbering. Tag are stored in the images files according to openMeta and are searchable with spotlight ( if the library is not managed ). Fullscreen.
Pixa is really fast and auto-tagging feature is really handy for easily manage a large amount of pictures. Also quick export tool is really an awesome help for repetitive tasks. Pixa allows you to copy files in its library own library or just link them. Images formats supported covers almost every needs of designers.
Designers who works with photoshop or illustrator, people and efficient way to organize icons, patterns or design assets or their design work. People who want to collect inspirational images / screenshot for general purposes.