An illustrated history of Adobe Photoshop.

4 Jul 2005 - 7:41am
9 years ago
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Marcin Wichary
2004

I know that advertising one own's websites is generally frowned upon,
but I thought this might be interesting for two separate reasons: a
comparison of GUI advancements, or just nostalgy.

I've assembled a collection of screenshots of Adobe Photoshop, from
version 0.63 in 1988 to this year's CS2. You can view individual
versions in isolation, or compare various interface elements across
all the versions (toolbox is quite an interesting example).

You can see the whole thing at http://www.aresluna.org/guidebook/apps/
photoshop

Comments, of course, are very welcome.

Enjoy,

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Comments

4 Jul 2005 - 10:59am
Doris Lamontagne
2005

This is a great site! Thanks for sharing it with us.

Doris Lamontagne
User interaction designer

Marcin Wichary <mwichary at aci.com.pl> wrote:
I thought this might be interesting for two separate reasons: a
comparison of GUI advancements, or just nostalgy.

You can see the whole thing at http://www.aresluna.org/guidebook/apps/photoshop

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4 Jul 2005 - 3:56pm
R. E. Moran
2005

Great site! Thanks for cluing us in on this.

Bob Moran

Marcin Wichary wrote:

> [Please voluntarily trim replies to include only relevant quoted
> material.]
>
> I know that advertising one own's websites is generally frowned upon,
> but I thought this might be interesting for two separate reasons: a
> comparison of GUI advancements, or just nostalgy.
>
> I've assembled a collection of screenshots of Adobe Photoshop, from
> version 0.63 in 1988 to this year's CS2. You can view individual
> versions in isolation, or compare various interface elements across
> all the versions (toolbox is quite an interesting example).
>
> You can see the whole thing at http://www.aresluna.org/guidebook/apps/
> photoshop
>
> Comments, of course, are very welcome.
>
> Enjoy,
>

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