Adobe InDesign is a desktop publishing software developed by Adobe Systems. What makes Adobe InDesign stand out is its capability to create professional-looking documents with high precision and clarity. Used by graphic designers and production artists, the file format produced by Adobe InDesign is accepted and processed easily by production companies everywhere to produce crisp high-quality prints; hence this is the preferred software by many publishing companies.
With a strong team of developers behind it, Adobe InDesign very quickly became the industry standard for print and digital publishing, especially since it is easily integrated with Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop, both software which are leaders in their own industries.
Adobe InDesign is used to create a wide range of print publications, such as:
It is also capable of creating digital publications that can be interactively browsed on computers, smartphones, and digital tablets, such as:
- Digital magazines
Who should learn Adobe InDesign?
If you have a career related to graphic design or are pursuing one, being able to use Adobe InDesign would be a great addition to your portfolio, as you will be able to create virtually any type of print or digital publication.
We will be offering a course to teach the basics of Adobe InDesign by the middle of 2016! Register your interest so that you can be the first to know!