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Which graphic design software?

Discussion in 'Graphic & Web Design' started by Mark, Sep 20, 2008.

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    UK Print Services

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    Coreldraw certainly is a great package. it is mainly used in the sign and cut industries because it is a powerful vector package. I design leaflets, signage and even banner that need to be cut by CAD in it. I like the way you can mix images and vector graphics together. Perfect for print and cut!
     
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    I like you already! :D Welcome aboard.

    Feel free to tell us more about yourself and your company in Introductions. :)

    Mark
     
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    Quark & CS3

    Hi to all here. I use a mixture of Photoshop, Illustrator and Quark 8 for my creative projects, and do not use InDesign at all (only to open and convert client files). I have always used Quark and version 8 is a great programme I have to say. Nothing against InDesign, it just not for me.

    I have been using photoshop more for recent projects but it all depends on the clients brief. I know that ID has taken most of the market share, but I hope that the latest version of quark will help to put Quark Systems back on track.
     
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    Currently I use Adobe photoshop cs6, Adobe After effects cs6, Adobe premiere cs5.
     

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