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Creating Templates with Artisteer by Jakub Sanecki

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Who can use Artisteer

So who is Artisteer dedicated to? The potential audience of this program is very large. I can't be sure, but I feel that the intention of Artisteer's creators was to create a tool that allows the nongraphic and nontechnician people to create complete and great-looking websites. This would place Artisteer as a tool for hobbyists and enthusiasts, but the scope of users is much larger. Let's consider this problem from several different points of view.

Hobbyists

A hobbyist is somebody who wants to have a website because of his/her private passion. It's not his/her job, it's not his/her business, he/she won't gain any money on it. It may be a private blog on Blogger or WordPress, or just a simple family website, often based on the ...

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