What a difference a decade and a half can make. Back when I was learning my ABCs, design industry programmers were busy premiering arguably the most important piece of design software EVER.

The crazy thing is, even with the all-caps “EVER,” I’m not sure if that previous sentence is hyperbole, or right-on.

Creativebits Tours Photoshop Version 1. The one that began it all.

Also check out Splashscreens through the years [From Creativebits]:Photoshop, Illustrator, and Corel Draw

Sources: Drawn! | Creativebits

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  1. Lisa C

    It’s both right on and hyperbole. Photoshop is just like any other tool — it can be used for good or for evil. Just because wanna-bes everywhere use it to make crappy design that will never print correctly doesn’t mean that I don’t find it extremely helpful in the (hopefully) better work I do everyday.

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