Uderc programming article aggregator sites
Index -> Graphic Design Software Free

Graphic Design Software Free

Advertisement

Best Graphic Design Software

Hello. I recently purchased a MacBook Pro {love} and I would like to get a graphic design software to use for making custom photo birthday invitations/thank you cards (you know the ones they sell all over eBay for children's birthdays, etc.) I've bee

Graphic Design Software Advice

I have an IMAC G5 with the 'as it came out of the box' software. I am looking to do some T-Shirt designs and so was after a piece of software to assist. Nothing spectacular, just images and text and so I'm hoping not to spend too much money. I am new

Jewellery  Design Software

Thanks for you reading first, I would like to find the best and updated jewellery design software, either any appropriate 3D graphic design software ? Best Regard. BenNovelloNo I am sorry to say that never having used any such software I am not able

I've got a MacBook pro 15' running 10.6.6. I want to use an external monitor for my graphic design work running Adobe software and thought I'd try an HD TV. I ran a Mini Display to HDMI lead to the TV but the picture quality was disappointing.

I've got a MacBook Pro 15' running 10.6.6. I want to use an external monitor for my graphic design work using Adobe software and thought I'd try an HD TV. I ran a Mini Display to HDMI lead to the TV but the picture quality was disappointing. I also t

What is the best, most affordable software for a new graphic designer?

My son is an artist and interested to learn how to be a graphic designer. Looking for the best, easiest to dive in, and most affordable software for my new, shiny iMac! Thanks....I would say Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Indesign are the industry

Hi! I'm a Windows XP convert... switched to an imac about 4 months ago and am LOVIN' it  As a graphics designer I did use a feature on my Windows machine which I really miss on my mac... beaing able to see a preview of one of the images in a folder on top

Hi! I'm a Windows XP convert... switched to an imac about 4 months ago and am LOVIN' it As a graphics designer I did use a feature on my Windows machine which I really miss on my mac... beaing able to see a preview of one of the images in a folder on

Graphic Design? Would imac 24" be good choice?

I am a Graphic Designer, currently using Creative Suite 2 (soon to be upgraded to CS3) and I need a new Mac for home. A Powermac takes up too much space, so I'm thinking about an imac with a 24" monitor and I have a few questions for the experts:) Wh

24" iMac good enough for graphic design?

I'm looking into getting a Mac so I can work from home for the next few months (back surgery). I use the Adobe CS as well as other graphic related applications. While I know getting a Mac Pro would be the best option it's also a very expensive option

Graphic design & choice of display

Hidy, I'm a novice graphic designer and seeking advice from designers. I would like to know what your vision is on the choice of a display for graphic design purposes. I heard a rumor that the LED-backlit displays aren't really useful for graphic des

IMac for a Graphic Designer?

I am currently shopping for a new iMac system for my Graphic Design needs and would like to get feed back form the community on a few topics. I am thinking about getting the 21.5 iMac with 8GB's of ram. Would this be enough to handle Photoshop, Illus

IMac G5 suitable for graphic design?

OK, here is my situation. I am graphic design student in the UK about to start my third and final year. I use photoshop and indesign A LOT, and can have big image files, biggest I have go to is 300MB though this is very rare, and is normally 150 - 20

Job titles: training/elearning design vs graphic design/communications design

Hello everyone, I realize this is not a typical 'Captivate' quiestion, and I've posed it to some networking groups on LinkedIn, etc., but I wanted to ask it to this niche community as well: I started out 3 years ago as a Training Documentation Specia

Graphic Design w/ 13.3" Mac Pro??????

I am about to start Graphic Design school and the Mac Pro that they issue seems a little 'small' for a graphic design program. Can I get some opinions. Especially from GD users. I will be using the following software: Software: ·         Adobe Master

Im a Graphic Designer

i really need a laptop, so im thinking MBA for it's thin design, size, weigth, because i like laptops to be just "portable", but as a graphic designer i need power also, i mainly use, (a lot) Photoshop, Aillustrator, InDesign, ( some times) Afte

Should a graphic designer use Iphoto for file management ?

I am a designer who is overwhelmed by too many images from different sources (scan, online, art, photos) that need to be organized by themes (animals, flowers, calligraphy, projects, etc) so I tried transferring all my ps and tif and jpg files into i

Collaborating with a Graphic Designer

Hello, I am going to be working on a new website for my employer and I was hoping some of the web professionals could give me some advice. I did our previous website by myself using Dreamweaver 4 and Fireworks 4. When creating the visual look of the

Best Spec for Graphic Designer

I am about to purchase a Mac Pro and have read for hours on the best setup for myself. So, thought I'd throw the question to anyone on here with valid and decent advice. I am a graphic designer for print and I don't do any rendering or video work. I

Which new MacBook Pro is best for a graphic design student?

Hi there, I was just wondering if anyone could give me some advice on which new MacBook Pro to get. I'm a graphic design student who would like to be able to use Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator at the same time, while also web browsing (I tend t

What should my next mac be? Graphic Design Student.

Right now I am still rocking the 2.26 Ghz Intel core 2 duo macbook pro 13". I upgraded the memory to 8 gig and it still runs fairly well. I am still in college, and have recently adopted a minor in graphic design so I have been using heaving software

SUGGESTIONS NEEDED: Graphic Designer needing to organize my graphic library

Ive been wanting to find a better way of organizing my extensive library of the following (Vector & Raster art): Backgrounds, Raster/Vector Patterns, Logos, Icons, Vector Design Elements, Fonts (I use FontBook), print & web templates, Stock Photos