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Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop?

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Any print designers here? Does anyone know which software of the above would be better for designing a few leaflets and business cards in cmyk so that i can order from an online printing company? Ju… Read More
Dyslexic_Dog Avatar
1w, 3d agoPosted 1 week, 3 days ago
Any print designers here?
Does anyone know which software of the above would be better for designing a few leaflets and business cards in cmyk so that i can order from an online printing company?
Just to add, i have had previous experience in print design amd know all about cmyk printing processes etc, it's just that i have'nt done anything for a number of years and was just wondering which software would be best.
Many thanks.
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1w, 3d agoPosted 1 week, 3 days ago
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#1
Without more info, I'm assuming you'd be saving out as a PDF so it doesn't matter what you use, illustrator is better for vector, PS better for photos etc
#2
I use Photoshop CS6 to design for my companies leaflets, email designs, business cards etc.... then send over PDF or JPG in CKMY to the printing company....done
#3
Fangface74
Without more info, I'm assuming you'd be saving out as a PDF so it doesn't matter what you use, illustrator is better for vector, PS better for photos etc
Thanks for your speedy reply.
Yes, i'll just be designing a few leaflets and business cards in cmyk for ordering from an online printing company,
which will be saved and sent as PDF's, i did'nt know if one was better than the other for fonts and graphic layouts etc?
#4
Illustrator all the way. SVG's might be better than PDF too.
#5
Adobe InDesign for simple leaflets/posters. Easy to make templates too if you're making plenty of similar jobs too...

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