FinalWebPro
FinalWebPro
0.3b

2.0

FinalWebPro free download for Mac

FinalWebPro

0.3b
23 June 2004

View and customise Web designs.

Overview

View and customise hundreds of the best Web designs you will have ever seen. Seriously these designs are absolutely 1st class.

Forget the learning curve involved in Web design software like dreamweaver or the design skills required to use PhotoShop. Just select a design, enter some info and receive your customised site preview image via email.

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7 FinalWebPro Reviews

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Anonymous
23 June 2004

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This company sells web templates and has built this app, basically a GUI for their online store so you can customise the website templates on your Mac. This "customisation" costs $50.00 and by customisation they mean adding your name and address etc. Most of the designs are similar to one another save for a different colour theme. I've checked and they have in truth around 55 individual designs. After "customisation" should you wish to proceed you simply pay an additional $950.00!!! Total cost? A whopping $1000.00 - for a standard template that will probably be resold many times. The templates themselves are basic, very dated, standard designs you can find anywhere on the web for between $25 and $50. The best site for web templates I know is www.allwebco-templates.com. Their templates are 1000% better than FinalWebPro and you will spend no more than $120. As a comparison my flash site (www.lancespring.com) was custom made and cost me $250 all in. The idea is fairly good, but the quality of templates and the prices are idiotic and a giant rip off to say the least. Still, don't take my word for it - download the app and test it for yourself. Afterwards type 'website template' into any search engine, check the sites and prices and decide for yourself.
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Jfabus5351
25 October 2004
Works perfect I use a 2MB connection and downloading the complete stuff did not consume lot's of time (prox 10 minutes).
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Anonymous
01 July 2004
First of all, downloading all the templates took far, far too long and I have a fast 1500mb connection. 200+ templates? I doubt it. I have to agree with the earlier post, there are no more than 60, all the designers do is change the colour and then call it a 'design'. $50 just to add your name etc to the template? Oh come on! Templates are ugly to start with so I don't know how you can get a decent website out of them plus I doubt the template you choose is exclusive to you. At that price it should be!!! This is very, very meagre and a waste of MacUpdate's space and Mac user's time. Don't Bother!!!
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Anonymous
24 June 2004
I think this might have some hope, if it really was free but 1000AU dollars is way too much money, and your not getting anything original either. It took over 20mins (on DSL connection) to download all the previews and i thought is was so stupid how you had to pay for a 'customized demo', that's probably automaticly made.
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Anonymous
24 June 2004
This is a clever idea for people who are not designers or developers but who know what they like. I've paid several thousand $s in my search for the ideal corporate look for my company website. I chose to try this out and received back a fully customised version of my chosen template with my logo, photos and text. It seems to me that this is not a totally automated product but involves a team of designers who add the finishing touches. I have not yet met the designer who will provide 200+ options before starting work. This method has impressed me and the result is superb.
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Anonymous
09 July 2004
Odd that this is the only 5 star rating.
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Anonymous
05 November 2004
A real designer will not overwhelm a customer with 200+ designs. A real designer assesses the customer's needs, identifies the target audience, and, using knowledge they've gained through experience rather than the vomit-inducing whims of a non-artistic customer, they come up with a range of themed designs that either fit your existing corporate image; or they come up with a whole new corporate image. Depending on what you've asked for, really. Of course, if you're so set on making your corporate web presence cheap and tacky, like you obviously are, you'd use... something cheaper than this bloody piece of software for starters! How about some crayons?
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Anonymous
23 June 2004
Give me a break. We're Mac users here... i.e. intelligent, probing, patient and rational. Sell your snake oil panacea to Bill's cronies.
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Anonymous
23 June 2004
This isn't actually an application to speak of at all, it's an online catalogue for a web design service. I'm not entirely sure it deserves to be here. The designs themselves are pretty generic and rather dull and from what I can tell they're pretty expensive too. For the price of one template (let alone the final site design) you could pay the shareware fee on something like RapidWeaver or PageSpinner and make a design that more matched what you were actually attempting to get across, rather than using a bland corportate style What a waste of time.
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Anonymous
23 June 2004
This company sells web templates and has built this app, basically a GUI for their online store so you can customise the website templates on your Mac. This "customisation" costs $50.00 and by customisation they mean adding your name and address etc. Most of the designs are similar to one another save for a different colour theme. I've checked and they have in truth around 55 individual designs. After "customisation" should you wish to proceed you simply pay an additional $950.00!!! Total cost? A whopping $1000.00 - for a standard template that will probably be resold many times. The templates themselves are basic, very dated, standard designs you can find anywhere on the web for between $25 and $50. The best site for web templates I know is www.allwebco-templates.com. Their templates are 1000% better than FinalWebPro and you will spend no more than $120. As a comparison my flash site (www.lancespring.com) was custom made and cost me $250 all in. The idea is fairly good, but the quality of templates and the prices are idiotic and a giant rip off to say the least. Still, don't take my word for it - download the app and test it for yourself. Afterwards type 'website template' into any search engine, check the sites and prices and decide for yourself.
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Anonymous
23 June 2004
My sentiments are in agreement with the previous reviewer's comments. This is a flagrant rip-off for anyone gullible enough to buy their pitch. It appears the developer is assuming you're never going to update your site. I'd rather have RapidWeaver if I want something simple.
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