Art Directors Toolkit
industry-standard color libraryCode Line has updated its flagship utility for designers, Art Directors Toolkit (ADT), to support Pantone's latest industry-standard color library. The PANTONE Goe System has been gaining popularity and artists have been asking for ways to integrate it into their workflow. In response, Code Line has made it available as part of Art Directors Toolkit 5.
Art Directors Toolkit (ADT) is the "Designer's On-screen Toolset" for Artists and Designers working with digital media. Always a one-click-away companion dedicated to speeding up the design process, ADT works almost by stealth whether using Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign or Quark Express.
Designer and Code Line founder Matheau Dakoske says, "We're dedicated to keeping designers outfitted with the best tools to meet new demands. By expanding our color libraries to include Pantone's latest product offering, we feel we're doing just that."
Pantone, a wholly owned subsidiary of X-Rite, Incorporated, has been the world's color authority for 45 years, providing design professionals with products and services for the colorful exploration and expression of creativity. Always a source for color inspiration, Pantone now offers designer-inspired products and services for consumers.
Pricing and Availability:
Art Directors Toolkit is available as a free, 15-use demo from Code Line's website. Licenses can be purchased online for $39.95 USD. Upgrades from previous versions are available for $19.95 USD.
Code Line is a proven developer of software geared toward improving the workflow of Graphic Artists. Its products include Art Directors Toolkit, Art Files and SneakPeek Pro. For more information, visit their website. 2008 (C) Code Line Communications. All rights reserved. Art Directors Toolkit is a registered trademark of Code Line Communications. PANTONE and other Pantone, Inc. trademarks are the property of Pantone, Inc.
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