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davidj
03-03-2006, 04:43 PM
check this out

http://www.adobe.com/products/bundles/web_bundle.html

anyone got experience of the individual products? (apart from DW of course)

gmcrone
03-04-2006, 06:22 AM
Yes, I have the bundle, even though when I got it, it was Macromedia Studio 8 and Adobe Creative Suite CS2.

What you need to know ?

Mike...

Creative Insanity
03-04-2006, 07:01 AM
Adobe Photoshop® CS2
This is the version I have and it has many more new features that even CS1 doesn't have.
If you are into RAW format then this is an awesome version to have.

Adobe Illustrator® CS2
I have CS1 as I really didn't seem much new for the upgrade price.. I would get CS1 here and save some bucks

Adobe InDesign® CS2
Not bad.. but prefer flash.

Adobe GoLive® CS2
Now this I LOVE.. even better than dreamweaver and I am waiting for the day for the php and database features can be added to this app. Absolutly love it. But this one really is a taste factor (many hate it's layout) so I suggest you download the trial and have a look first.

Adobe Acrobat® 7.0 Professional
Yeah this is ok I guess. Really I would say used one ab pro used them all. Features don't seem to improve much.. they just inhance what has been there since version 5 really.

Version Cue® CS2
Never used.

Adobe Bridge
Just really a glorified image browser and I find it VERY slow and clunky.

Adobe Stock Photos
Never used.

gregfindley.com
03-04-2006, 09:08 AM
Adobe InDesign,

Is the equivalent to Quark Express, mainly used for publications design such as Magazine layouts, it has become the industry standard.