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If you have a blurred image, you're normally inclined to delete the photo and move on. But if that photo contains important information that you absolutely need, SmartDeblur can help.
Comic artists wanting to create interactive motion comics for the Web and Web-enabled devices—without learning code—have their answer in MotionArtist.
When you use Windows 64-bit, you may notice that your PDF files will not show their thumbnail images by default. If that's the case, you will require 64-bit Adobe Preview Handler in order to make it work again.
Anyone can create a beautiful website with Tackk, no coding or design skills needed. It's free and cross-platform, too.
Comic Sans grabbed the collective imagination of millions of Windows users, and it's maintained that stranglehold for nearly a decade. It's time to help this chirpy standby go the way of the Macarena.
MAGIX Page & Layout Designer makes it easy to create custom materials using drag and drop simplicity, but this program feel too much like a repackage of a less expensive product.
DK Au Revoir is a handwritten font that has style and flair, with subliminal don't-mess-with-me undertones.
Precise yet lighthearted, Architect's Daughter is a font that plays well at larger sizes.
Tough but charming, HVD Comic Serif makes Comic Sans look like a wimpy Silver Age bad guy. It's well-designed, and will work in any context for which it's appropriate.
Sans serif typeface Lexia is friendly, legible, and playful without being a kids' menu item. This strong typeface is suitable for older readers, if not for business reports.
Crisp and futuristic, Laconic is a quietly arresting typeface.
With a tiny download size, minimalistic interface and virtually no learning curve, SpeedyPainter makes it trivially easy to start painting with a pen tablet. It's lightweight and fun to use.
Manga Studio 5 features new Photoshop and Painter-like coloring options and brushes with responsive drawing tools for creating art.