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We’ve got an offer this December that will make you feel festive.

When you purchase Suitcase Fusion 5 by December 13, get an Amazon.com Gift Card on us!

How it works:

– or –

Use promo code AMAZONNA at checkout. Applies to single copy purchases only.

Complete rules, restrictions and deal details, see this page.


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Codex journal

Codex is a gorgeous 180 page magazine (or more aptly, perhaps, a “book”) that delves into all topics related to typography.

Developed by the visionary behind the I Love Typography and We Love Typography sites, Codex focuses on letters in every aspect — from type design to graffiti.

For the next week, we are happy to be able to offer you a free copy of this magazine (worth $33) with every purchase of Suitcase Fusion 4.

Purchase or upgrade Suitcase Fusion 4 by Monday, February 25th, 2013 to get your copy.


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We recently started a promo where with any purchase of Suitcase Fusion or Portfolio Standalone would earn an Amazon Gift card, and I’m happy to report that we’ve just extended the offer to December 20, 2012!

Spend $49, Get a $10 Amazon.com Gift Card.

For full full details, rules and restrictions, see the promo page. Happy holidays!

 

 


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Just in time for the holidays — give yourself the gift of an Amazon.com Gift Card* with the purchase of Suitcase Fusion™ 4 or Portfolio™ Standalone**. Ends December 7, 2012.

How it works. Buy 5 Star Macworld rated Suitcase Fusion 4 or award-winning Portfolio Standalone, and get an Amazon.com Gift Card based on the amount that you spend.

Suitcase Fusion 4 — font management that brings your font collection closer to your creative workflow.

Portfolio Standalone — image catalog for solo creatives and photographers to organize & locate any file.

Use promo code AMAZONNA at checkout to claim this offer.

* Amazon.com is not a sponsor of this promotion. Except as required by law, Amazon.com Gift Cards (“GCs”) cannot be transferred for value or redeemed for cash. GCs may be used only for purchases of eligible goods on Amazon.com or certain of its affiliated websites. For complete terms and conditions, see www.amazon.com/gc-legal. GCs are issued by ACI Gift Cards, Inc., a Washington corporation. ©,®,™ Amazon.com Inc. and/or its affiliates, 2012. No expiration date or service fees.

** While supplies last, offer valid for electronic delivery of a single full or upgrade product purchase of Suitcase Fusion 4 or Portfolio Standalone only via the Extensis online store. Valid on new purchases or upgrades from November 27, 2012 to December 7, 2012. Purchaser must be located in the United States. Reimbursement for any returned Extensis product purchased during this offer period will be reduced by the amount of the gift card received. This offer is not valid with past purchases, volume licenses, servers or other offers.

Extensis will e-mail gift card claim codes to qualifying recipients within two weeks of verifying the purchase.


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I’m happy to let you know that we have been able to extend the deadline a great bundle deal.

Until March 1, 2012, when you purchase or upgrade Suitcase Fusion 3 for Macintosh, we will also throw in the font identification tool FontGenius.

FontGenius identifies unknown fonts quickly – locating new fonts for your creative work. See a font in use online that you’re not sure what it is? Run it through FontGenius and find it.

Get FontGenius FREE (a $40 value) with Suitcase Fusion 3 for Mac.


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Your chance to win Suitcase Fusion 2 is just a retweet away! REtweet This!

We at Extensis think that Twitter is a helpful tool to stay in touch with our customers, friends and the press. We’re here to answer your questions about font management, digital asset management and more. We also publish things that we find interesting about typography, design and photography. Basically, anything that’s cool and new, we’re all over it.

As an appreciation of all of our followers, today we’re running a contest. To enter, all that you need to do is retweet this post with your Twitter account.

Full scoop:

  • One winner will be chosen at random from all of users who retweet this post about the contest.
  • Winner gets to choose from either Mac OS X or Windows versions of Suitcase Fusion 2.
  • No purchase necessary.
  • Winner will receive the product ans serial number electronically. No physical product.
  • Available to all Twitter users, except where prohibited by law.
  • One entry per twitter account.

Contest ends at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. One winner will be chosen at random and notified via Twitter on Wed 9/23/09 (follow us so that we can DM you!)


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What could be better than getting a great font manager or digital asset manager? Well, how about getting some great tunes from iTunes to go along with your new software?

This December when you purchase any of our desktop products from the Extensis website, you’ll get a free $10 iTunes gift card! (₤10 in the UK)

  • Suitcase Fusion 2
  • Suitcase for Windows
  • Portfolio 8.5

So, if you need to get a copy of the new Stephen Colbert Christmas Album, or if perhaps you like your Christmas with a little more Twisted Sister, you’ll be able to satisfy your urge with this $10 iTunes card.

NOTE: this applies to online purchases only from 12/8 through 12/24/2008. See the Extensis website for full details.


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If you’re going to be in or around Orlando during October, I’d like to recommend stopping by the Create Chaos event Expo Hall. We’ve still got a few free passes to give out, and getting them is as easy as placing a comment on this blog post.

Kelly Guimont and I will both be speaking at the event about font management, as well as showing off our newest font manager, Suitcase Fusion 2. We’ll make it worth your while to stop by.

A couple of notes:

  1. After you comment, I will send you an email requesting your mailing address. Your mailing address will only be used to send you a pass, and will not be recorded for any other purpose.
  2. If you do not get my email, please check your spam filter to see if my email was inadvertently trapped before you got it. I’ve had a few people who haven’t replied, so unfortunately I don’t know where to send their passes.

Design Goes Mainstream

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I saw a post over at the How Design Blog which asked a question I don’t feel qualified to answer, but I think is a valid question: Is it me, or is there a lot of design humor floating around the interwebs these days?*

I don’t feel qualified because between all my non-work time spent online and the work time I spend looking at design blogs I think I see a lot more design related bits on the Web than most people do. So if you are someone who doesn’t spend a lot of time prowling design blogs for cool things, are you seeing more of them online?

I think I’ve seen more offline as well, there’s that commercial where the woman pulls a faucet out of her bag and says “design a house around this”, that Font Conference video I saw everywhere, and the attention Obama’s campaign font got, not to mention the blog I linked to is the blog for a documentary about a FONT and it got a fair amount of attention on release (not just from us).

Are people really becoming more aware of design and how it affects them? I know I am but I know part of it is from talking to designers a lot and going to conferences where I am surrounded by creative people. Is it really something to take notice of, or is it just that the circle of design-y folks is really that big?

*That post linked to a video that I embedded below. It made me chuckle. Enjoy.


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Cre8 Conference Orlando 2008

Interested in attending the Cre8 Conference in Orlando this year? This conference covers all things creative, with tracks on:

  • Strategy & Management
  • Web Publishing
  • Interactive
  • Print Publishing
  • PDF User
  • PDF Technical
  • Hands-on

We were able to negotiate a special deal for this conference. Get $100 off registration when you use the discount code “extensis” during registration. This discount code is good through March 26th, so register soon to take advantage of this offer.

We will be presenting a Font Management Best Practices seminar during a breakfast session on May 1st. So be sure to stop by and say thanks for the discount.

And heck, since the conference ends on Thursday, what’s the harm in staying through the weekend for a trip to visit the Mouse? I must admit that I’ve got a soft spot for Epcot and Disney World – even though I don’t have any kids. Want to go ride Spaceship Earth with me?


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