Europe's biggest computer magazine features DirectSmile Designer software
Press release from the issuing company
Berlin/Hamburg November 29, 2007 - Everybody who thought that image personalization was made only for highly-skilled print professionals will be surprised by the latest edition of Computer Bild! From Monday, November 26, Europe's biggest computer magazine offers its readers the DirectSmile Designer for free use on its magazine DVD. DirectSmile Designer is the leading layout program for personalized images.
Almost 4 million readers of Computer Bild now have the chance to try out image personalization themselves and create their own templates.
By choosing DirectSmile, a professional software for variable data printing, for an end-user focussed publication the editors clearly underline the increased significance of these technologies. It also strongly supports DirectSmile's claim that their software is designed for highest ease-of-use and simple handling.
DirectSmile's licensees also benefit from this cooperation. It will stimulate demand for image personalized print products before Christmas and make hundreds of thousands of end-customers and small businesses aware of the possibilities of variable data printing and personalized images.
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