Software for insert smileys in email


If you’re starting out in Smileys design, ect.. and serious about producing good work, one of your first steps will be to find out what tools are available. Thankfully, while industry-standard software can be expensive, there is hope for the uninitiated. Cheaper and even free software is available – if you know where to look…

For designer smiley’s, experiment with the software that comes bundled with or preinstalled on your PC or Mac – this’ll prove an effective stop-gap until you can afford more professional applications. Mac designers, for instance, can exploit Apple’s free iPhoto to enhance, retouch, crop and export their photographic images. When it comes to creating Flash media content in the SWF  format, nothing can really beat Macromedia’s Flash application, but there are cheaper alternatives, depending on what you’re trying to achieve. Let’s say you want to produce a emoticons but can’t afford a copy of GIF animator. For insert smileys you can use GetSmile software.The simple solution is TextEdit and a book on HTML that won’t cost you more than a tenner. Sure, handwriting your smilies may take longer than, say, tabulating with a WYSIWYG editor, but until you can afford the more expensive software, the free copy of TextEdit that comes with your computer should suffice. Learning HTML can only be a good thing, too.

Of course, using free software may not always be possible, particularly with more technically demanding projects; in these cases, you’ll need to invest serious dosh if you want to produce serious work – and that means buying professional applications. Look at the expenditure as an investment in your future rather than a huge drain on your bank account. Just as you would put funds into an ISA or other savings scheme and not see the returns on your investment right away, you should see investing in software as something that will pay off in the long run.

Until you can afford this investment, focus on developing strong ideas. Ultimately, this is the only way to produce work that you can be proud of, and no expensive software can compensate for weak ideas or unoriginal style. Creative success is about more than tools.

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