Adobe Fireworks CS6 12.0

Rare vector graphics creation tool allowing you to algorithmically create any 3D figure

  • Category:

    Retouching & Optimization

  • Version:

    CS6 12.0

  • Works under:

    Mac OS X

  • Also available for:


  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Trial version
  • Vote:
    5.8 (17)

Adobe Fireworks is a graphical editing program for the web to be used on Windows PCs.

Adobe is the first name in graphics editing for many, and it's certainly the dominant platform on the web. The company has dozens of different products that are used in many industries, and most have the benefit of drawing on a lengthy and powerful legacy. Fireworks may not be as well known as Photoshop, but it's got a good pedigree and it works incredibly well. If you want to professional edit image content on the web, this is absolutely the program you need to be using. There's literally nothing else out there that even comes close.

There's not even really anything bad you can say about Fireworks. Yes, it's complex to use, but that's something you should expect from a program of this caliber. When you use a tool that can let you design pretty much any graphical image on a website you like, there's going to be a bit of complexity involved. If you're used to using Adobe's products on a professional level, though, it shouldn't be too hard for you to get the hang of this program.

If you want to do professional-grade graphic design for websites, you need Adobe Fireworks. It's not cheap and it's not easy to use, but it's the best product on the market right now. Take some time to learn the ins and outs of the program before you start and make sure that you're confident in your choices - after all, this is a professional-level product, and you should be doing professional work.


  • Perhaps the best professional editing software in this category
  • Compatible with other Adobe products
  • Works with many video formats


  • Far too complex for beginners to use

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