DAVID'S RECOMMENDATIONS

 


The programs I recommend here are programs I use myself, and have found them to be well worth their cost. Email me if you have any questions about them.

 


"How Would You Like To Own A Program That Outperforms The Top Selling Graphics Programs At a FRACTION of Their Price?"

You know those snazzy Gel-Look buttons that are so popular on websites these days? Here's one I created in just a few minutes, using only four elements:

Note it even has a color reflection in the shadow. 

One of the really cool things about the program I used to create this is that you can link colors, so as you drag your mouse around the color selector, the button changes colors through the whole spectrum, so you can instantly get a button that's pink or orange or brown or green or aqua or blue... you get the idea.

I'm not going into all the fantastic things this program can do here, the link below will take you to the vendor's website, where they have some outstanding demo videos. Much better than I could do, and well worth your time to watch. 

You'll be amazed. I sure was, and I don't amaze easily.

I've saved the best part for last. The price. You would expect a graphics program this powerful to cost well over $500. If you are qualified for an academic discount, you can usually get them for something less than $200. This graphics program (Xara Xtreme) at full retail price costs only $89! I know, I don't believe it either. But it's true. 

Use the link below to check out the videos and maybe even the tutorials. Then go ahead and buy the program. It will be the best $89 you spend this year. Go for it. You won't be sorry!


"Think you need to spend big money to get great 3-D Graphics? Or Animations? Think Again!"

Look at this:

It took me exactly two and a half minutes (2:29 by my watch) to create that graphic, and the software for it cost less than fifty bucks! 

Interested? Click below to find out more or get your own copy...


If you've ever wanted to design your own websites, I highly recommend Xara Web Designer. I've used a number of web design programs, including Front Page, Dreamweaver, Coffee Cup, Kompozer, even Notepad++, programming in HTML, Javascript, PHP, and CSS, so I'm no novice at this. I now use Xara Web Designer almost exclusively for small and medium sized websites, even using it commercially in my web design business. To see an example of a site built with this program, see my Web Design Business web site, here. To download a free evaluation copy of this (or any Xara) product, click on the ad below.

Here's a link to all their products:


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