Art Text 2: Photoshop For The Non-Technical Designer [Deals] | Cult of Mac

Art Text 2: Photoshop For The Non-Technical Designer [Deals]



One of the best-selling apps in the Mac App Store designer category, Art Text 2 is a layer-based design application that will help you turn text into art. Whether it’s for business or personal needs, you can create logos, web graphics, and buttons – all in professional quality – without the steep learning curve of Photoshop or Illustrator.

And Cult of Mac Deals has it for 54% off the regular price – only $9!

The application comes packed with a content gallery so you’ll have all the tools you need to step your next project up a notch. Over 360 fully customizable templates for headings, buttons, icons, and logos, 600 vector icons and shapes, a Shading Pro tool with over 250 surface materials and more than 190 textures – plus the ability to import and edit your own images and icons – makes this a versatile program for anyone looking for great results without technical design experience.

Here’s just some what of Art Text 2 can do:

  • Results can be used with iWork, iWeb, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, and other text edit and web design programs.
  • Create beautiful text for your advertisements, brochures, letterheads, newsletters and more.
  • Enhance your website with a huge selection of buttons, icons, and logos – or create your own.

The wide application of uses for this program are what make it such a great product. Jazz up that business presentation with a custom header, give your website a fresh look with new buttons and titles, or add a sexy new logo to your promotional materials without wanting to punch your computer screen.

But this kind of pricing won’t be available for very long. So head to the Deals page and pick up Art Text 2 for just $9 today!

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