March 26, 2016 in Illustration (F)
[prMac.com] Seattle, Washington - ACD Systems International Inc. today is proud to announce the release of of their new Mac technical drawing software, Canvas Draw 2 for Mac. The app is a powerful software specifically designed to make it possible for small business owners, designers, illustrators, and professionals to advertise and communicate with confidence. This product is the first of two major new releases of ACD Systems' Canvas X software on the Mac platform.
Canvas Draw 2 for Mac provides business professionals and creatives alike with the tools necessary to easily create projects for every category of business need, from brochures, business cards, advertisements, and handouts to layouts, floor plans, architectural designs, or scale technical drawings. Canvas Draw allows creators to design drawings with measured precision and placement, while offering extensive flexibility. The application delivers the ability to combine text, images, and objects in a single document - a power never before available in any other application on the Mac platform.
"What makes Canvas Draw 2 special is its integrated environment, which combines the ability to create and edit vector, text, and images in a single application using numerous, powerful tools," said Phil Landsman, Director of Research and Development at ACD Systems.
John Squicciarini, a Canvas Draw 2 beta tester, had this to say about the application: "Canvas remains our business' favorite illustration software for Mac. The program is intuitive and easy to learn, especially for non-graphic people. Lines are smooth, menus, toolbox, effects, and dimensioning are right there, with no searching required. ACD Systems' Customer support and problem resolution has been awesome. Great product. Great team."
Canvas Draw 2 for Mac offers the following capabilities:
* Create designs that utilize both vector and raster graphics, as well as text objects
* Use dimensioning tools to painlessly find exact distances, display size information, and conform to industry standards
* A full palette of digital painting and drawing tools to create any illustration your project may require
* Advanced collaborative features, including markup tools, and document exchange to track changes, add comments, and bring colleagues' attention to specific objects
* One click access to working document templates, sample documents, and fully customizable blank illustration and publication documents
* Mac OS X 10.9, 10.10, and 10.11
* Intel processor with 64-bit support
* 4 GB RAM installed
* 1 GB free hard disk space (2 GB recommended)
* 1024x768 or higher screen resolution recommended
Pricing and Availability:
Canvas Draw 2 for Mac is available for a limited introductory 2-for-1 price of $79.99 USD, usually $99.99. The offer ends March 31, 2016. Additional information can be found online at the Canvas Draw 2 website.
ACD Systems is the largest and most respected independent digital image editing and management provider in the world. The company was founded in 1993 in Texas by technology and imaging visionary Doug Vandekerkhove. Doug foresaw the importance of the convergence of analog and digital (print, photos, scans, video and metadata) in the 80's, revolutionizing how analog and digital information was used in pre-Web applications. Today ACD holds seven patents, and millions of ACDSee products are in use throughout the world. ACD Systems has offices in the United States and Canada, supported by a team of global channel partners. With a product family that includes ACDSee Pro 5, ACDSee Pro Mac, ACDSee 14 photo editing and management solutions, and Canvas technical illustration software, the company serves millions of consumers, small and medium sized businesses, government agencies and educational institutions, and corporate customers. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 ACD Systems. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.