Comment Adobe has launched a new version of its Creative Suite software, version 4, but does the Design Premium package offer enough to the designers of this world to upgrade? We get drawing and coding to find out. Design Premium comes with 11 applications to give you a complete concept to page to web offering. So what's new? While there are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of new tweaks, fixes and features, here are the ones that most caught our eye. Across the entire platform everything has had a graphical overhaul in the interface. Like other applications announced recently by Adobe, all the applications in Creative Suite 4 have got a new look. That new look is all about simplifying workflows, so you get one window with a tab based design rather than multiple windows lurking about your desktop and everything is contained so it is easier to find. Likewise Adobe has, in some of the packages, created multiple views or even highlights so you can see what's new via an easy drop down menu that then instantly changes the look and feel of the application to some degree based on what you choose.
Oct 15, - Estimated street price for the Adobe Creative Suite 4 Design Premium is US$, US$ for Adobe Creative Suite 4 Web Premium, US$ for Adobe Creative Suite 4 Production Premium, and US$ for Adobe Creative Suite 4 Master Collection. Sep 22, - Adobe Production Premium CS4 costs $1,, or between $ to $ to upgrade. The charts below detail the contents of and pricing for this. Sep 23, - CS4 Web Standard and Web Premium: It's a bit tricky to compare prices because before CS3, Creative Suite came in Standard and Premium.
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