Computer Softwares Versus Smartphone Apps

Computer Software Versus Smartphone Apps

Jennifer Foy has over 12 years of experience using Adobe Photoshop. She has received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communications from the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. Her years of teaching experience include numerous software and design classes in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, QuarkXPress, Freehand and InDesign for Colleges in Atlanta, Georgia; and Louisville, Kentucky. Jennifer is currently working as the Creative Director and Universal Woods with the Unisub and Chromaluxe brands. Jennifer can be reached by email at jenniferf@unisub.com

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Instagram is a great way to fix up a not-so-great picture and one that has an emotional connection for the person who took it or the people in the photo.

Photoshop, CorelDRAW, or Adobe Illustrator are must-have design software for different reasons. CorelDRAW is vector-based, while Photoshop is designed for images and is pixel-based. It’s also easier than ever to use filters and one-click color change upgrades in recent versions of Photoshop.

The majority of smartphone apps are for images that remain online using a low-resolution quality image only. Traditional graphic design software is still the best option when it comes to producing high-resolution images and products.

—Jennifer Foy, Unisub