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MetaCreationsHeadline Studio 1.0(Part 2)

By David Fiedler A new way to design banners... MetaCreations uses phrases like "broadcast-quality graphics" and "newfound design freedom and workflow speed". They're not overselling the product. When you open it, the first thing you notice is its unique interface (you might as well click on the picture for a detailed view, since the image has already been preloaded for your convenience). OK, just click it already Headline Studio's interface isn't really that unusual, just different from many graphics programs. The first clue you get that it's not just a pretty interface is when you open the banner menu. The default, and the first thing you see, is the industry-standard 468x60 size predefined, along with 392x72, 234x60, 120x240, 125x125, and other popular sizes (plus, of course, the ability to define your own size). In other words, it's for making ads, period, though you could also design some slick page dividers if you wanted. Once you learn a few of the terms and tricks, you too can be knocking out stuff like this in a few minutes: 3 amigos


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