Don't-Miss Graphics and Design Stories
Designed with novice and professional scrapbookers in mind, iScrapbook 7 covers the entire process from page design to album organization, now with the ability to analyze images and match your color scheme to the placed photos.
Squash is an easy to use, drag-and-drop Mac utility that cuts JPEG, PNG, and GIF files down to size with no noticeable loss of quality while saving valuable storage space.
Photolemur makes almost any photo look better in a snap without manual editing, but there’s little control over the results.
Retouch your selfies so you look your best.
Grids for Instagram brings your favorite social media images to the Mac in a beautiful way, now with the ability to upload and repost photos.
New Mac app shines as a standalone or plug-in to major competitors Photoshop and Lightroom.
The OpenType improvements alone are worth the upgrade.
New hooks into Google Photos expands cloud-based interoperability.
Add a professional touch to your photographs.
Free iPhone app crowd sources street photography to map neighborhoods block-by- block.
Better font classification, web previews and updated plug-ins highlight this minor upgrade.
The easiest way to share fonts among multiple Macs or a workgroup.
Brand new guided edits make changing facial features, creating text from images, making multi-textured collages a snap.
Mac app uses science and research in service to creativity.
New version of Realmac's web design app has excellent additions but doesn’t shore up its shaky core.