Insignia releasedPublished: 24th Jan 2002, 18:20:58 | Permalink | Printable
Cerilica continue their crusade to embrace RISC OS with the modern graphic design worldNot content with Vantage, not content with RiScript, oh no. Cerilica had to get greedy, they wanted to release another killer application to prove that RISC OS still has it in it. Meet my new friend Insignia, a graphic design application that will produce titles, website graphics, banners, logos and other forms of lettering and produce them very well indeed in full 24 bit colour. This editor has already reviewed Insignia for Acornuser magazine and a drobe.co.uk review is on its way. While you wait for the online review, all we want to say is that Insignia is of the standard we have come to expect from Cerilica.
A simple, example graphic produced by Insignia
"Cerilica is proud to announce that its brand-new software product 'Insignia' has been officially released and is now in stock", a cheery press release announced to us. "Cerilica Insignia is a new form of design application that will be of great interest to all designers, both on the internet and for print. It combines a clear and simple user-interface with a flexible and powerful rendering engine allowing users to create wonderful titles and banner graphics in a few clicks of the mouse."
Also as an added treat, Cerilica have provided a free demo for you to play with which shows off all of Insignia's features. How kind of them, nice one Cerilica.
Insignia homepage Hey look, a pretty RISC OS webpage!
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