Inkscape does magic with vector graphics. With this tool, you can not only create details as fine as filigree, but also scale images to any size you like. Besides, Inkscape creates the most varied forms, paths, and color gradation. This vector program is useful for creating logos that are to be printed on big banners.
One surefire way to assess the program is to look at flow charts. The tool 'Create object binder' will help you do this. First, design the individual modules of your chart on the work surface and select the tool. When you move the cursor over an object, you will see a square in the center. By clicking on it, you can link the forms with a line. The completed graphic can be saved as an SVG, PDF, or any other current file format.
The specialty of Inkscape is that it works wonders with other image editors such as The Gimp. Any color palette that you work with in The Gimp can be imported to Inkscape very easily. After importing the color palette, you can access it by clicking on the arrow in the bottom-right corner of the Inkscape window.