The Linux Design Tool
Akira is a native Linux Design application built in Vala and GTK. Akira focuses on offering a modern and fast approach to UI and UX Design, mainly targeting web designers and graphic designers. The main goal is to offer a valid and professional solution for designers who want to use Linux as their main OS.
Feel free to download the Alpha and help us testing it.
|elementaryOS AppCenter||FlatHub||Snapcraft Store|
flatpak remote-add flathub-beta https://flathub.org/beta-repo/flathub-beta.flatpakrepo flatpak install akira
You can install Akira by compiling it from the source
Note: For non-elementary distros, (such as Arch, Debian etc) you are required to install "vala", "elementary-theme" and "elementary-icon-theme" as additional dependencies.
Compile & Run
Once the above mentioned dependencies are resolved, Akira can be compiled & installed
meson build --prefix=/usr -Dprofile=default cd build ninja && sudo ninja install
Note: Replace the
-Dprofile=developmentto compile and install Akira in development mode where you can make changes.
If you want to ask any questions about the project, join us on our public Matrix channel at #akiraux:matrix.org or on IRC at #akiraux on Freenode.
We also have a dedicated Discord channel available to any Patreon supporters where we offer more direct support, and we're open to discussing new features and implementations.
If you are trying out Akira and you encounter an error or any problem feel free to just open an issue here on GitHub.
Feel free to send a pull request to this repository with your code contributions, but first read our contributing guidelines
📌 Code of Conduct
This project adheres to the adapted version of Contributor Covenant code of conduct. By participating, you are expected to uphold this code.
Akari the Cyber Phoenix is a perfectionist. She is tidy, collected and has a sharp eye for detail. Her name Akari (灯理、) means "the enlightenment of a sophisticated order". Her costume resembles the project's icon. Get the Mascot and all the other assets from here.
Copyright © 2019-2020 Akira Project.