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Adobe inDesign is a powerful tool for the folks who enjoy their creative side and are into making content.

Adobe InDesign is a desktop publishing and typesetting software application produced by Adobe Systems. It can be used to create works such as posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers, presentations, books and ebooks.

You can either get the course for free using the Get Deal Link, if not then just add the course to cart and then apply the code SHARETHELOVE2020 to get it for free :

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What you'll learn
  • You will learn how to design professional publications and graphics in InDesign
  • Design pamphlets, flyers, eBooks, PDFs, magazines, brochures, and more
  • Become comfortable using all of the important InDesign tools and functions
  • You will learn the proper workflow from starting a project to exporting it
  • You will have fun while learning, with easy-to-follow real world projects

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Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Affinity Publisher instead. Over the last 20 years I went from Quark to Adobe InDesign but for the last year I’ve scrapped my Adobe subscription on my Mac, purchased the Affinity packages and never looked back. I can still load all my old InDesign projects, I can easily import a created PDF and update layers with little effort for a new monthly publication ready to send to the printers.
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Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Affinity Publisher instead. Over the last 20 years I went from Quark to Adobe InDesign but for the last year I’ve scrapped my Adobe subscription on my Mac, purchased the Affinity packages and never looked back. I can still load all my old InDesign projects, I can easily import a created PDF and update layers with little effort for a new monthly publication ready to send to the printers.
kirkyuk05/06/2020 15:53

Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Aff …Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Affinity Publisher instead. Over the last 20 years I went from Quark to Adobe InDesign but for the last year I’ve scrapped my Adobe subscription on my Mac, purchased the Affinity packages and never looked back. I can still load all my old InDesign projects, I can easily import a created PDF and update layers with little effort for a new monthly publication ready to send to the printers.


Yes, great advice, this seems to be an increasingly popular route given Adobe's egregious ecosystem costs. It used to be the case years ago that people would pay through the nose for Adobe due to lack of obvious viable alternative but Affinity are great.

I haven't made the switch yet, but very much looking forward to taking a deeper look into their integration with other software in their suite regarding UI design and development and a no compromise AI alternative.

Thank you
kirkyuk05/06/2020 15:53

Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Aff …Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Affinity Publisher instead. Over the last 20 years I went from Quark to Adobe InDesign but for the last year I’ve scrapped my Adobe subscription on my Mac, purchased the Affinity packages and never looked back. I can still load all my old InDesign projects, I can easily import a created PDF and update layers with little effort for a new monthly publication ready to send to the printers.


And they currently have a 50% off sale.
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Don't have Indesign but still enrolled...thanks op! Time to look around now👀
kirkyuk05/06/2020 15:53

Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Aff …Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Affinity Publisher instead. Over the last 20 years I went from Quark to Adobe InDesign but for the last year I’ve scrapped my Adobe subscription on my Mac, purchased the Affinity packages and never looked back. I can still load all my old InDesign projects, I can easily import a created PDF and update layers with little effort for a new monthly publication ready to send to the printers.


I’d consider just learning Adobe. Much like Macromedia before it, Adobe will end up buying them out at some point and that will be the end of that.
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kirkyuk05/06/2020 15:53

Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Aff …Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Affinity Publisher instead. Over the last 20 years I went from Quark to Adobe InDesign but for the last year I’ve scrapped my Adobe subscription on my Mac, purchased the Affinity packages and never looked back. I can still load all my old InDesign projects, I can easily import a created PDF and update layers with little effort for a new monthly publication ready to send to the printers.


I recall using Quark 3.1 which loved compared to pacemaker. Those were the days, once got used to it but then got updated and never the same again. Assume. Affinity publisher can be used professionally too then? Looks a bit like Serif pageplus - must seem it’s same company or even Corel draw but for just over £22 may well give it a try. Cheers for heads up. Appreciate it.
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kirkyuk05/06/2020 15:53

Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Aff …Nice as it’s free, however, for the average user, I’d consider learning Affinity Publisher instead. Over the last 20 years I went from Quark to Adobe InDesign but for the last year I’ve scrapped my Adobe subscription on my Mac, purchased the Affinity packages and never looked back. I can still load all my old InDesign projects, I can easily import a created PDF and update layers with little effort for a new monthly publication ready to send to the printers.


Totally agree I brought Affinity Publisher and Photo...Adobe can keep their silly subscription fees!!
sidesey05/06/2020 22:16

I recall using Quark 3.1 which loved compared to pacemaker. Those were the …I recall using Quark 3.1 which loved compared to pacemaker. Those were the days, once got used to it but then got updated and never the same again. Assume. Affinity publisher can be used professionally too then? Looks a bit like Serif pageplus - must seem it’s same company or even Corel draw but for just over £22 may well give it a try. Cheers for heads up. Appreciate it.


Yes, lots of pros use it, including renowned British designer, Jon Hicks.

Affinity suite is by serif, redeveloped from ground up.
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