September 21, 2009 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Longmont, CO - Premier provider of world-class webpage creation technologies, Media Lab, Inc., today announced its current version of SiteGrinder 2, v2.1.4, is fully compatible with Apple's latest operating system, Mac OS X Snow Leopard. SiteGrinder 2 v2.1.4 is available for download from the Media Lab website.
An award-winning easy-to-use plug-in for Adobe Photoshop, SiteGrinder 2 allows designers, photographers, artists, or those with no web coding expertise to generate superior webpages directly within Photoshop, and without writing a single line of code. SiteGrinder 2 effortlessly converts Photoshop designs into CSS-rich, standards-compliant webpages with just a click of the mouse, and provides all the tools and features any graphics designer, photographer, or web engineer needs to generate superior web experiences.
Priced at $349.00 (USD) for SiteGrinder 2 Pro and $129.00 (USD) for SiteGrinder 2 Basic, both are available from the Media Lab website.
On the Macintosh, SiteGrinder 2 is compatible with Mac OS X 10.1 or greater, Photoshop 7 or greater, Photoshop CS3 on Intel- and PowerPC-based Macs (Mac OS X 10.5 or greater required for use on Intel-based Macs), or Photoshop Elements 3 or greater. On the PC, SiteGrinder 2 is compatible with Windows 95 and later, including Microsoft Vista, and requires Photoshop 6 or greater, Photoshop CS3, or Photoshop Elements 3, 4, 5, or 6. Visit the Media Lab website for complete details and to download SiteGrinder 2.
For over a decade, Longmont, CO-based Media Lab, Inc. has specialized in creating tools that bring Photoshop designs to life as compelling webpages and Macromedia Director & Flash movies. Media Lab's award-winning webpage generation tool, SiteGrinder 2, has enjoyed an array of favorable reviews and accolades since its April 2000 debut under the then name of PhotoWebber. Moreover, the company's innovative multimedia design tools, PhotoCaster, PSD2FLA, and AlphaMania, were used to create pioneering special effects seen at Disney World's EPCOT Center in Florida, as well as in numerous popular music videos and motion pictures, such as "X-Men 2", "Spiderman 2", "Air Force One", and "Armageddon".