Adobe embarks on exclusive Creative Suite subscription offerings and begins offering CS7 features to Creative Cloud subscribers.
Fireworks CS6 has numerous advantages as a Web design environment, including an extensive symbol library, hooks with Dreamweaver, and enhanced support for CSS.
WordPress 3.4 offers new tools making it easier to choose themes and format photo captions.
Readability has announced it will be ceasing its controversial user donations model.
Three current software bundles include Mac Gems, offering a slew of good software at even-better-than-usual prices.
QuarkXPress 9.3 lets users export content directly to the Amazon Kindle format.
Dreamweaver CS6 is a powerful Web builder with great code-editing, CSS, and site management capabilities. It introduces significant additions for CSS3 properties and building mobile-friendly websites, but is slipping behind in certain core technologies Web designers depend on.
Coda 2 adds a slew of powerful features, many of which felt like they were missing from its predecessor. While the original Coda was simply good, Coda 2 is great.
Panic on Monday announced the long-awaited sequel to its all-in-one-window Web development editor, Coda. And as a bonus, the company announced a version of Coda for the iPad as well.
Adobe Creative Suite experts Jay Nelson and Lesa Snider stop by to discuss the latest versions of Adobe's software for creative professionals -- specifically InDesign and Photoshop.