Computers are taking over the world, replacing ink drawings with renderings and perfume-spritzed letters with emails that smell like the gum you’re chewing. Upgrade your output with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$29 for a graphic-design and web-design software bundle (a $149.98 value)
- DrawPlus X4 (a $99.99 value)
- WebPlus Essentials (a $49.99 value)<p>
$29 for a photo-editing and scrapbooking software bundle (a $174.97 value)
- PhotoPlus X4 (an $89.99 value)
- PanoramaPlus X4 (a $19.99 value)
- Digital Scrapbook Artist 2 (a $64.99 value)
- A $15 voucher to DaisyTrail <p>
$39 for an all-inclusive software bundle with all of the above software (a $324.95 value)<p>
Software bundles make creative endeavors on the computer less daunting. Users can enhance and edit digital images with PhotoPlus X4 and stitch together digital images to create stunning 3-D pictures with PanoramaPlus X4. DrawPlus X4’s graphics studio allows users to sketch drawings, design logos, and create Flash animations, whereas WebPlus Essentials provides a simple platform for creating websites without learning HTML. Digital Scrapbook Artist 2 turns images into realistic virtual scrapbooks with its tools for personalization and decoration.<p>
The scrapbooking and all-inclusive software packages also include a $15 voucher to DaisyTrail, a forum for online scrapbooking that sells related software, font collections, and digital kits of unique backgrounds and images.<p>
Since 1987, the masterminds behind Serif, Inc. have made it their mission to develop affordable, easy-to-use alternatives to traditional publishing and graphic-design software, collecting more than 200 international awards along the way. For more than 25 years, their software developers have been producing an ever-increasing lineup of signature programs for web design, photo and video editing, and desktop publishing. Virtual tools such as WebPlus and PagePlus help businesses create their own vivid websites, eye-catching advertisements, and robot employees that work around the clock, whereas programs such as DrawPlus allow artistic instincts to run wild through a digital medium. The company's digital-crafts software also equips users with the tools to preserve memories through digital scrapbooks, photo books, and greeting cards.