Free Software Makes Fancy Touch Panel Buttons

Logo Tools is an affordable way for everyone to raise the bar and produce a quality finish.

West Palm Beach, FL - GuiFX, a division of Audio Advisors, Inc., today announced the release of Logo Tools software for making fancy favorites buttons for touch panel control systems. The software is in beta release and is currently available as a free download exclusively through GuiFX at www.GuiFX.com.


"Touch panels are a big investment and one of the few pieces of an installation that an end user actually sees and interacts with," says Morgan Strauss, GuiFX Director of Marketing. "Logo Tools is an affordable way for everyone to raise the bar and produce a quality finish."

Logo Tools comes with a complete collection of network logos. The software's color blending algorithms give it the capability to combine the included network logos with any style button. The trick is getting a logo with light and dark features to appear clear on both light and dark style buttons, but Logo Tools seems to always produce amazing results. The beta software includes two glossy button styles.

About GuiFX:
GuiFX is a software and design firm headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida that specializes in developing and marketing innovative graphical user interfaces. GuiFX created the first commercially available touch panel template in 2002 and today, with a team of award -winning designers that spans the globe, is the largest provider of professionally designed touch panel graphics anywhere in the world.

For additional information on GuiFX please visit www.GuiFX.com.

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