When to use Adobe InDesign?
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- January 18, 2019 at 12:02 pm #52182
InDesign is a powerful tool, Its purpose is for laying out printed materials; that’s what it is designed to do. This could be brochures, newsletters, ads, business cards or books.
Its purpose is to take the elements that you create in Illustrator and Photoshop and put them together in one place.
InDesign does give you the ability to draw vector graphics, like those you might find in a logo, but it doesn’t hold a candle to what you can do with Illustrator.
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