June 13, 2009

The Photoshop Marketplace is live

Adobe has just launched the Photoshop Marketplace, designed to offer the most up-to-date listing of Photoshop resources–everything from plug-ins & books to communities & events.

According to the site, Marketplace:

  • Allows you to discover a variety of companies, products, services, events, and communities related to Photoshop
  • Provides information about each offering, including number of click-throughs, ratings, reviews, and comments
  • Enables you to share an offering with a friend directly from Photoshop Marketplace
  • Gives you various ways to browse and search for offerings
  • Enables you to rate and review offerings
  • Offers easy access to updates via RSS feeds


Anyone can publish information about solutions related to Photoshop, including details about events, hardware, software, training (for example, books or DVDs), communities, etc. For more info, click on the “Become a Publisher” box on the main page. (The site admin suggests reading through that section in the FAQ.) [Via Allison Goffman]

Posted by John Nack at 3:13 PM on June 13, 2009

Comments

  • Mattias — 11:43 PM on June 13, 2009

    A brilliant idea and nicely done. I’m usually not someone who complains but… Language! Books, dvds, tours and sites are all dependant on the language used.
    You dont need to have the site translated. You only need to have a setting for the publisher: language used.

  • Martin Schaefer — 4:05 AM on June 14, 2009

    Look at the right column:
    http://www.directorforum.com/_bugs/marketplace-ie8.jpg
    Windows Vista Ultimate x64 (german)
    Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18783

  • Elja Trum — 2:28 PM on June 14, 2009

    I agree on Mattias wish for a language setting; no translation, just an option to browse products in a certain language.
    But I’m sure this will be added in the near future. I hope. ;)
    Looks like an extremly useful site once it fills up with reviews and products. I’m definitly going to use it when I’m in need of an new book, dvd or plugin!

  • Doug Nelson — 3:02 PM on June 14, 2009

    Doesn’t work at all in my IE8. Changed to Firefox to join.

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