Indesign Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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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. InDesign can also publish content suitable for tablet devices in conjunction with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Graphic designers and production artists are the principal users.

A former user shares his thoughts on, "InDesign is very very expensive for the Adobe Creative Cloud. Would never consider using this program for myself. Overpriced. Good alternatives available."


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Interior Designer & Site Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"The environment and working culture are not up to the mark. The employees are not treated so well. Not an ideal place of working. However, behaviour wise good."

Diseñadora Gráfica (Current Employee) says

"Lo positivo de este trabajo, es poder crear diseños para clientes sin que te pidan manejar un solo estilo de diseño para la imprenta. Cons: NO CUENTA CON SEGURO MEDICO, MALAS CONDICIONES LABORALES, BAJO SUELDO."

Designer (Former Employee) says

"Empresa pequena sem estrutra e motivação. Cons: nenhum benefício ou registro"

Site manager (Current Employee) says

"Aprendes muchas partes técnicas de los muebles, herrajes, maquinados, etc. Cons: no hay un balance entre vida privada y vida laboral"

CAD Designer (Current Employee) says

"I provide drafting and construction document management throughout all phases of design and construction. I format design books, presentations binders, and FF&E binders. I coordinate with vendors for samples or pricing."

Graphic production artist (Former Employee) says

"Zero room for advancement. The best part of the job is the type of work. The worst part are the facilities and tools given to succeed. Very dusty and outdated computers and environment."

Sales Executive (Former Employee) says

"I really enjoyed working here because it gave me pros and cons and advantages in which I could work to my best. I did enjoy the management team and work colleagues were lovely. Cons: Average pay"

Lecturer (Former Employee) says

"Friendly and supportive, a good place to share and develop ideas and communicate with fellow like-minded creatives. You're always challenged and pushed to build your skills."

Printer (Former Employee) says

"I liked the pressure for deadlines and getting jobs out on time."

Drawing Teacher (Former Employee) says

"- Prepare painting topics"

designer (Current Employee) says

"It's a rather chill working environment. People are nice. Not a wide range of clients to work with. Sometimes can be a bit frustrated with not much room to grow."

Freelancer Graphic Designer (Current Employee) says

"My daily tasks involved operations management, admin, scheduling and talent acquisition."

Sales Executive (Current Employee) says

"Working in an environment where it is welcoming and challenging, experiencing new things with like minded individuals. Although group work/effort is one of the challenging parts of working, I take it positively and encourage thoughts and opinions and understand other points of view to a particular subject or idea."

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