Adobe InDesign is the industry standard for layout and page design, like those you see in magazines and books, for both print and digital media. In this overview, you’ll learn about what InDesign is, who it’s for, how to learn the software and reputable places to look if you want to add this useful skill to your resume.
Adobe products are standard in many industries, and are well-known and well-established as cutting edge technologies. These five industries use Adobe InDesign in their everyday production, and here’s what it’s used for.
InDesign and Illustrator: two major Adobe graphic design software programs that sound similar but function quite differently. These programs are necessary tools for many Designers, and are often part of a trio of programs (along with Photoshop) listed as required skills on job descriptions.
There are a number of professions within the book publishing industry, many of which are creative in nature. For these word-loving experts, Adobe InDesign is a must-have program.
For professionals in the magazine & newspaper industry, InDesign is indispensable. The common tasks InDesign is used for are publication layout design, full-page spreads, and multi-page layouts.
There are Graphic Designers who specialize in almost every type of design work across industries. Graphic Designers who work with text and images likely use Adobe InDesign.
Many Marketers & Advertisers use materials comprised of both text and graphics. Adobe InDesign was designed for this purpose, which makes it an excellent tool for the industry.
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