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Redesigned, fully customizable interface
Total control over fills and transparency
Vector and bitmap pattern fills
Easy font preview and advanced character tools
Special effects and advanced photo editing
Precise layout and drawing tools
High-resolution and multi-display support
QR code generator
Built-in Content Exchange
Learning materials and expert tips
Easy color harmony editing
Easy, professional website design
Compatibility with the latest file formats
Royalty-free, quality content
Exciting mobile apps
Advanced OpenType support
Complex script support
Custom-built Color Harmonies
Creative vector shaping tools
Page layout tools
Native 64-bit and multi-core support
Redesigned color management engine
Web graphics tools
Easy bitmap-to-vector tracing
Built-in content organizer
I have been a long-time CorelDRAW user in the past, using versions 6 till 9 intensively. I've used newer releases (12 and X7) less frequently, since I moved to OSX, alas (there once was a Mac version, but that was quickly abandoned). I've seriously considered it and my wife is still using it to create illustrations for her Math classes. CorelDRAW especially is very efficient for technical drawing and illustration, although it is not a real CAD drafting system (it lacks some of the essential snapping tools and works less efficient for this type of drafting - besides, they provide CorelCAD for that, although that is a completely different software). The good control over grids, snapping and shape/curve editing make it a professional environment.It used to come with some other applications (CorelDREAM for 3D, R.A.V.E. for Flash), but the only constant companion software seems to be PhotoPAINT, which is a very usable alternative to Photoshop. A little less convincing, but still very usable and complete. I remember being spoiled with a huge clipart collection and a PRINTED catalog, back in the days.To me, CorelDRAW really shines when it comes to refined, precise technical drawings, combining curves, text, filled shapes, gradients and even integrating images. It is a good DTP system although less popular than Illustrator, which is its closest rival. For longer, multi-page documents, it becomes less handy, but for brochures, leaflets, manuals, calendars and all other documents with one or a few pages, it works really well. I also like the layer system, which allows you to define layers which don't print, layers which are repeated and all pages alongside the regular layer options such as show/hide and lock. The text system takes some getting used to, but you have full control over fonts, kerning, sizes, spacing and even linking boxes to flow the text.
Monday 12 May 2014
Corel VideoStudio Pro X7 is a stand-alone video editing tool that provides a straightforward editing interface for newcomers, a quite accessible interface for additional customization options, 64-bit performance, and some additional bonus features, all at a price well under $100.More about CorelDRAW Graphics Suite
Tuesday 14 February 2012
Lifeyo is ideal for anyone who wants to build simple website quickly, without any design experience. The application is very easy to use. The two subscription options are very affordable, starting at free. Individuals and freelancers would get the most use out of Lifeyo because the site limits the maximum number of sites for each account. Users can easily choose professional templates, customize them and add content without worrying about any coding.More about Lifeyo
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Thursday 10 July 2014
It’s been somewhat difficult to write paragraph after paragraph about where LifeYo has missed the mark, but there really isn’t much that they provide at all compared to the multitude of platforms available today. From their friendly and welcoming vibe, it seems like their development team honestly wanted to make a great product. Unfortunately, someone forgot to do their research first on what’s made some of the competition before them successful. For a paid-only service, it’s just not even close to some free builders out there, making LifeYo tough to recommend.More about Lifeyo
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