Logitechs New CS2 Tool For Developers
Two major tools in the toolbox for many developers remain the Mac and Adobe Software. Logitech recently announced new tools for use with Macs and Adobe’s Creative Suite 2 (CS2), which consists of Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop.
These new tools, the NuLOOQ navigator and the NuLOOQ turndial make up Logitech’s new professional series to make maneuvering through the CS2 a bit easier. The navigator works in conjunction with the keyboard and mouse to manipulate documents and images. The tooldial allows the user quick access to the design tools.
“Logitech’s specialty is designing intuitive interfaces between people and computers,” said Guerrino De Luca, president and chief executive officer of Logitech. “By collaborating with Adobe, who delivers products relied on by millions of creative professionals around the world, we’re able to extend our expertise and create truly innovative products specifically tailored to the creative design field.”
“In advertising, photography, design, web development and publishing, our creative customers change the way the world looks every day,” said Bruce Chizen, chief executive officer of Adobe. “Logitech has delivered an exciting new way for our customers to work with Adobe software, ensuring more than ever our place at the heart of every creative workflow.”
“Logitech has delivered an exciting new way for our customers to work with Adobe software, ensuring more than ever our place at the heart of every creative workflow.”
Many designers today use multiple large monitors, which means the mouse cursor has to travel farther to complete basic tasks. This takes up valuable creative time and results in workspace inefficiency. The NuLOOQ Professional Series addresses these challenges and provides solutions for the time-intensive elements of design – navigating images, adjusting option values, and accessing menus – so that creative professionals can accomplish more.
These new tools should add some speed and simplicity for folks using Macs for their design and development work.
John Stith is a staff writer for WebProNews covering technology and business.