At work earlier this year I was asked to put together an infographic style chart for a quarterly report. I used
since it was a very easy to use graphic design outfit that could be used free and in-browser. I've been using it each quarter for our reports and I last used it right before the holidays and started a rough draft. But when I went to finish it today the entire Rome program seemed to be completely gone from Adobe's website. Now what?
We do not have any graphic design type software available aside from PowerPoint circa 2003. We are also not allowed to download any software onto our machines, which is why the in-browser component was necessary. I have no background in graphic design whatsoever, so I'm kind of at a loss here about what to do.
Ideally someone would be able to hook me up with a download of the program (they did have a downloadable desktop version, but of course we're not allowed to download anything on the work computers so I would download it onto my personal computer instead) so that I don't have to start from scratch.
With Rome, I put all the visuals and graphs together myself using screenshots and Google charts and used Rome to re-touch, crop, re-size, measure and line-up the components. The end result looked a little like this infographic
In the case that finding a way to use Rome is not possible, any suggestions for in-browser graphic design programs that are really simple to learn, work well with text and images, and allows a great deal of customization?