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The Design and Web editions of Creative Suite 3 (both Standard and Premium) are now available from Adobe. The applications that make up those editions are also available individually and include: Photoshop CS3 Photoshop CS3 Extended InDesign CS3 Illustrator CS3 Flash CS3 Professional Dreamweaver CS3 Fireworks […]

CS3 Design Premium boxThe Design and Web editions of Creative Suite 3 (both Standard and Premium) are now available from Adobe.

The applications that make up those editions are also available individually and include:

  • Photoshop CS3
  • Photoshop CS3 Extended
  • InDesign CS3
  • Illustrator CS3
  • Flash CS3 Professional
  • Dreamweaver CS3
  • Fireworks CS3
  • Contribute CS3

CS3 Web Premium boxThese new versions are Universal applications for both PowerPC and Intel-based Macs. Adobe says those running CS3 on Intel-based Macintosh systems will see performance and speed increases.

The remaining CS3 editions include Production Premium, and the Master Collection, which combines all of Adobe’s new CS3 applications in a single box. Both of these editions are expected to ship in the third quarter of 2007.

CS3 Design Premium, Design Standard, Web Premium, and Web Standard are available to U.S. and Canadian residents through Adobe Authorized Resellers and the Adobe Store. Estimated street price for the Design Premium edition is $1,799, $1,199 for Design Standard edition, $1,599 for Web Premium and $999 for Web Standard. For more information about upgrades, features, pricing and international versions visit: www.adobe.com/go/creativesuite

  1. Steve Savery Monday, April 16, 2007

    I’m looking forward to getting my copy of PS CS3 – my new iMac will swallow it down whole!

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  2. Holy hack!

    Bloated AND over-priced.

    One wonders if the ‘educational’ versions are even affordable by educators or educatees.

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  3. GC – Simply put, they aren’t affordable as educational versions.

    The inflation of British prices on these products shocks me. A dollar isn’t worth a pound, so why are we expected to hand over cash as if it is?

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  4. I know that there is a large group of people that have been waiting for this recent release so I hesitate to even say it but… will there be an update to photoshop elements? And what about more afordable versions of the software that will fill the gap in this field for those looking to learn and do more at the amature level?

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  5. Jumpman Junior Sunday, April 22, 2007

    I need a CS suite like this: Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Acrobat Pro, Indesign and After Effects

    I would gladly pay for a customized package like this if I could get it for like $1,700.
    Unfortunately I can’t! Or should I say, unfortunate for Adobe, I can’t.
    I think I’ll go for the “Trials” untill Adobe gets real about the pricing/demands for customized packages.

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