Category : InDesign

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Using Adobe InDesign with Box: The Trend to Cloud-based Design Workflows

At the time Adobe InDesign was created, 15 years ago, it was generally impractical to store print-quality assets on web servers. A decade and a half later, however, the maturity of cloud-based file storage and asset management systems is making links from InDesign to assets housed in modern platforms, such as Box, a powerful solution for creative professionals.

Asset storage as of Adobe InDesign 1.0

Adobe InDesign is the tool of choice for the creation of high-quality print documents. It is nearly ubiquitous among those creating newspapers, magazines, books, catalogs, marketing collateral, or almost anything that prints. InDesign started out as a competitor to QuarkXPress, and given the dominance of Adobe in tangential technology (PostScript, PDF, PhotoShop, Illustrator) along with substantial and well-focused investment in the product, it was inevitable that InDesign would take the place of Quark at the center of high-end publishing workflows.

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https://medium.com/tech-talk/a708cda55921

The Greatest Software Product of All Time: A Developer’s Appreciation of Adobe InDesign

Anything you can dream, you can do.

Adobe InDesign

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https://medium.com/@maxdunn/when-the-minimum-viable-product-is-not-enough-308d8f009b13

When the Minimum Viable Product is Not Enough

MVP

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Moore's Law and Adobe InDesign Server

Moore’s Law and Adobe InDesign Server

We have been automating Adobe InDesign for 12 years, InDesign Server for 7 (since it came out), and it seems that just now we are finally being proven right in our bet long ago that going with the slowest, yet far and away most robust, composition engine would in the long run be the best path. After all, hardware just gets faster and faster. Desktop tools and capabilities do tend to end up on servers.

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Connecting InDesign to Web-based Assets

Connecting InDesign to Web-based Assets

For ten years I have been automating Adobe InDesign, and for 10 years I have had to deal with assets that were exclusively on the file system. InDesign won’t generally let you link to an asset on the web.

File-based links in InDesign

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