Editors' reviewFolks seeking an easy way to design buttons for Web sites will do well to check out ButtonGadget. We're fans of the well-designed tabbed interface, which presents easily accessible icons for all major functions on the main window. Our main quibble is that you cannot resize the program to a full-screen view. You'll find three main sections for adding button text, choosing images, and viewing your finished product. You modify the button text by specifying size, style, alignment, and font, though it's annoying that you have to keep your mouse button depressed to do so. The program lets you use your own images for the button's background, as well as customize background and text color. When you're finished, you can export your new button as a PNG or as a customizable JPEG. However, we wished you could change the button's size or create several at once. We also were baffled by the complete lack of help files. Webmasters who can live with the constraints described above will find ButtonGadget a timesaving tool.