Softpress Freeway family of products expands with three new
Revolutionary Web site design application moves up to a new level
of functionality, power and accessibility
Oxford, United Kingdom – May 12th, 2003
Softpress has announced three additions to its revolutionary
Freeway range of Web-authoring products: Freeway Pro, Freeway Express
and its new FAST Pack technology. “We’ve made a real effort to
identify the needs of the market”, commented Managing Director
Richard Logan. “Whether you make your living on the Web or simply
want to design your own sites, we’ve got a powerful solution at the
For the professional user, Freeway Pro 3.5 provides an improved
user experience, extra functionality and a choice of one free FAST
Pack. It is obtainable as a download upgrade by owners of Freeway 3.x.
The SRP of Freeway Pro 3.5 is $249 and the upgrade from Freeway 3.x is
$63. Both include one of the new FAST Packs.
For the consumer market, Softpress offers its exciting new
Freeway Express product. With a simplified interface and dozens of
built-in Web site templates, this new product gives Web enthusiasts
all the features needed to create attractive and highly functional
sites. Freeway Express will be available (download only) from the
Softpress Web site at the extremely compelling price of just
FAST (Freeway Advanced Site Tools)
Two new FAST Packs, available for both Freeway Pro and Freeway
Express ($63 each or $95 for both), add significantly to Freeway’s
core functionality. These packs are specially integrated collections
of Freeway extensions that allow users to manipulate photos, generate
artwork and buttons, create complex drop-down menus and dynamic
navigation controls, and much more – all within Freeway.
The Freeway family of Mac Web-authoring products offers a full
range of features to support content creation, site production and
management. Freeway, famous for its ease-of-use and clean efficient
code generation, is the tool of choice for professionals and amateurs
who prefer to focus on design issues… not on coding!
Softpress Systems was founded in 1993 to address the emerging
needs of professional publishers and designers for new media authoring
tools. A privately held company, it has offices in Oxford, England,
and Sausalito, California.
For further information check out http://www.softpress.com