Interactive, Intuitive Document Management For Publishing Purposes In The New Adobe InDesign
The gap between online and offline publishing can be easily bridged with control and precision using Adobe InDesign. Historically Indesign is well regarded as graphic design software specifically for print media (brochures, billboards, magazine etc) but it's recent migration towards online design is gaining traction for professionals, students and everyone in between.
For more than ten years Adobe InDesign has been at the forefront of design software, with a commitment to provide an essential and innovative tool for professional designers and publishers. As technology has developed further, InDesign has evolved to allow users to publish to print, online and mobile devices with precision and ease.
Features of Adobe InDesign CS5 include built-in creativity tools, automation settings and a variety of cross-media publishing tools to assist in online and offline publishing. While Adobe developed InDesign with professionals in mind, the layout and features also make it accessible to students and novice designers.
Features for Publishing Online With Adobe InDesign
From eBooks and brochures to interactive magazines, Adobe InDesign provides the resources to produce professional online publications. Designs can include animation, video, sound and interactivity options for a variety of online audiences.
Designers are able to preview designs before exporting and publishing with Adobe InDesign, and have access to comprehensive help features can will speed up the process significantly. Once the design is completed it can be exported as Shockwave Flash or SWF files and viewed with a Flash player, which most users will already have or can easily obtain.
Features for Publishing Offline With Adobe InDesign
Since Adobe launched InDesign in 1999 it has been at the forefront of print publishing software. Print publications including magazines, newspapers, catalogues and books are often created using InDesign, as are many posters and other promotional materials. Adobe InDesign offers easy-to-use custom presets which are useful for designing posters, and also put InDesign ahead of other design programs such as Corel Draw.
One of the biggest advantages to professionals, however, is that InDesign breaks down the barriers to cross-media publications by providing a number of collaboration features. Users are able to integrate InDesign files with other Adobe software including Photoshop, Illustrator, InCopy and Flash Professional, making it easier to publish both online and offline.
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