SAN FRANCISCO---June 5, 2002--The first issue of PC GRAPHICS REPORT(TM) is published today. A sample version of the premier issue is available in PDF format at www.pcgraphicsreport.com/sample.pdf. PC GRAPHICS REPORT is a monthly publication, available by subscription only, offering objective industry news for professional graphic and Web designers and hobbyists who use the Microsoft Windows operating system. For too long, graphics has been synonymous with the Macintosh, and until PC GRAPHICS REPORT, graphic designers who use Windows have not had a specialized resource to which they could turn.
PC GRAPHICS REPORT is the first publication addressing this growing community, covering issues from original concept to final production in print or on the Web, including workflow and file preparation. "Graphics people who use Windows are starved for relevant information. We provide the growing base of PC users with an overview of available resources they have been waiting for," said John Feld, editor and publisher. "We supply Windows users dedicated news that Macintosh users take for granted. This is information 'for the rest of us.'"
PC GRAPHICS REPORT is packed full of information, news, reviews, tips and concise summaries of articles in graphics and computer journals. Alerting readers to news concerning software, updates, plug-ins, books and equipment, PC GRAPHICS REPORT enables busy professionals to be more productive with the least amount of time.
PC GRAPHICS REPORT covers all the major Windows graphics applications: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, InDesign, PageMaker, FrameMaker and GoLive; Macromedia Flash, Dreamweaver, Freehand and Fireworks; Deneba Canvas; CorelDraw, Painter; Jasc Paint Shop Pro and QuarkXPress including programs that supplement them. Many tips and techniques, enabling users to improve their skills making them more productive, are also included. Featured are reviews of journals, books, new software and hardware, services, industry news, trade shows and training events. Best-selling writers and trainers David Blatner, Ben Willmore and others provide educational items, insights and advice.
PC GRAPHICS REPORT is independent and accepts no advertising or sponsorship.
Subscribers can choose to receive PC GRAPHICS REPORT online in Adobe PDF format, or both a printed and online version. PC GRAPHICS REPORT is so sure readers will find this information useful they are offering a three-month, 100% money-back guarantee.
Printed sample copies of the first issue are available by emailing [email protected]