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.
$25 for Graphic-Design and Website-Building Software ($324.95 Value)
- PhotoPlus X4 (an $89.99 value)
- DrawPlus X4 (a $99.99 value)
- PanoramaPlus X4 (a $19.99 value)
- WebPlus Essentials (a $49.99 value)
- Digital Scrapbook Artist 2 (a $49.99 value)
- A $15 voucher to DaisyTrail
This software bundle makes creative endeavors on the computer less daunting with a variety of easy-to-use programs, including PhotoPlus X4 for enhancing and editing digital images and PanoramaPlus X4 for stitching together digital images to create stunning 3-D pictures. 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.
The software package also includes a $15 voucher to DaisyTrail, a forum for online scrapbooking that sells related software, font collections, and digital kits of unique backgrounds and images.
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.