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Artisteer: Automated Web Designer

Artisteer is an offline application for automated rapid themes/templates development, especially for Joomla!, Drupal and WordPress. Awesome web designs now could be created by anybody, even without knowledge of web technologies.

With Artisteer you immediately become a web designer 😉 capable editing and slicing graphics, coding XHTML and CSS, and creating web design templates, Joomla! templates, Drupal themes and WordPress themes – all in minutes, without Photoshop or Dreamweaver, and no technical skills.

Artisteer is classic Windows desktop application which can be purchased in one of two editions.

Artisteer Editions and Differences

  • Home & Academic Edition
    • Free upgrades for 1 year
    • Design Suggestions
    • Design Features
    • Export as XHTML+CSS
    • Export as WordPress Theme
    • Library of Textures, Glares and Gradients (75% from the Standard one)
    • Number of Color and Font Schemes (50+)
    • Number of Photo Objects (200+)
  • Standard Edition (additional features listed only)
    • Export as Joomla 1.5 Template
    • Export as Drupal 5/6 Theme
    • Export as ASP.NET Application
    • Export to CodeCharge Studio
    • Custom Value Dialogs
    • Library of Textures, Glares and Gradients
    • Number of Color and Font Schemes (70+)
    • Number of Photo Objects (300+)

Work with Artisteer is really easy. Very friendly development environment with many, professionaly made design suggestions, colors, fonts, glares, gradients, textures, photos, etc. allows you to create impressive web designs just by clicking on menus and options.

Finally, I would like to bring something important to your notice: Some web design galleries deny to accept templates and themes created by the Artisteer. The reason is unknown to me at this time. You can avoid denial by adjust the source code generated by Artisteer to rub out all its traces – the $artisteer variable and its derivates, for an instance.

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