Design careers rely heavily on Adobe’s creative suite of tools. InDesign is a useful part of this toolkit for marketers and graphic designers. It can be used to create beautiful, sharp layouts for online and print publishing which makes it a valuable tool for any designer who combines text and images in any layout.
InDesign alone is not enough to get a design job, but it’s a great place to start if you’re interested in specializing in digital or print design. You’ll also need to learn the basics of visual and graphic design, tools like Photoshop and Illustrator, along with industry standards for the medium you choose to specialize in.
Designers, Digital Designers, and Graphic Designers often rely on InDesign, if their niche involves print or digital design. Designers use InDesign to create mock-ups, giant banners, catalogs, magazines, business cards, and more. A Design Director oversees other Designers and utilizes InDesign to create products and show their ideas to other Designers on their team.