Pros: Easily manage thousands of fonts, including Google Web Fonts and WebINK fonts.
There's a curious irony to the "death of film." As the rise of digital shooting has caused camera makers, film manufacturers, and processing facili
Pros: Can find and edit anything in a PDF.
Welcome to the first installment of my new monthly column, “Around the World in ePublishing with Pariah Burke.” Each month we’ll look at a differen
Pros: Dramatically improved Camera Raw; simple but useful video editing; great new Crop tool; improved performance; improved typog
Pros: Improved develop engine extracts surprising dynamic range out of single images.
Pros: Some nice editing tools, good local filtering and rating, cool journal facility.
Cons: Metadata is not standard IPTC; edits have limited latitude; iOS sandboxing makes for complex multi-app workflow.
Pros: Great selection and compositing tools; very good retouching tools.
Cons: Missing some simple, critical features. Interface needs polish. Limits to file size. All original metadata gets stripped out.
Pros: Adobe’s new Proto touch app wins points for being fun, easy to use, and for making you look cool and up on the latest trends when you’re with clients.
Cons: Although Proto is great for creating wireframes for small sites, it’s not going to replace more professional tools, such OmniGraffle or Microsoft Visio.
Pros: Puts iPad publishing into the hands of average publishers, with access to dramatic new effects and features.
Cons: Thanks to Apple, submitting an app is a convoluted affair and requires an iOS developer account. There are also two Flash-related bugs that, while they won't apply to every user, will require some people to employ workarounds to fix the bugs' effects.