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Here is a completely different take on it: you could simply use an online print-on-demand service, (such as zazzle or cafépress). The fitting would solve itself, and you might get a lot more flexibility on stuff you can print on and solutions for images, photos etc.
I have been using OfficeTimer employee time tracking software for my timesheet and invoicing, I am quite happy with it. Moreover, it is priced reasonably. It has all the features that freelancers would look for.
There are only 2 options for Photoshop -- Pay Adobe a monthly subscription and get the current release version Find version CS6 or older either used (with correct Adobe License transfers) or as old stock some retailer has lying around. Your choices for obtaining Photoshop (legally) are not that broad. As for hardware, as @Yisela points out, there are ...
If you have access to a relatively modern computer, I recommend Photoshop CC 2014 (the latest version of the program), because of its flexibility and support. CC is subscription-based, so you pay monthly. All the programs are stored online, you can download them in any computer (a single license allows two installations, but only one device can be logged ...
LiveGap Charts is good One try it. it's free and online, no registration needed,no download.Simple with live preview
Illustrator does not really excel at this sort of operation. This is why I linked to Excentro in the comment above. Excentro is specifically designed to create guillochés and it's artwork is exportable (as vector) to Illustrator. Of course, I realize Excentro is an extra cost. The ways I can think to try and pull it off with only Illustrator include: ...
All items on your list are done well with Freshbooks, plus an extensive api, third party add ons and mobile apps. Example: tracking time - phone app records time, you select which client and what tasks and when you're done it gives you an option to immediately create an invoice based on flat or hourly rate you stored previously or add a custom rate. Then an ...
OpenBrand is free up to 1 gig and for 9.95 a month you can have up to 10gigs - plus we just created an Adobe Plugin for Ps and Ai so your designers don't even have to leave either to access files. No extra storage costs, no setup fees, etc, etc, etc, and etc... Plus we are nice guys. (And the whole thing was created specifically for branding, design, etc by ...
You can do this with excel, atleast if you approximate the design a bit. Excell is probably the only tool that a unspecified random crowd can be expected to be able to use. The real problem is that the more easy to use, and the more mainstream you want to go the more you need to sacrafice out of your design. Excel can be made quite faithfull to your idea ...
There's lots of software you could make this with--any software that allows you to combine images and text would work, even (shudder) Word. As far as I can see, the example image is probably made in Illustrator. You could pull this off in Photoshop too, though. For any software you choose goes that it's not a beginner's task. Especially getting things ...
Sketchbook simulates painting on a canvas, the same way all painting applications do. You are not painting with light therefore the more you paint, the darker things get -- just like on a real life canvas. It is only light which is used to show you what you are painting.
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