Overall Satisfaction with Adobe InDesign
We use Adobe InDesign daily for all of our presentations. I use it when creating mood boards, as well as presentations for properties and plans, FF&E, etc. It is a great presentation tool, and super intuitive to use. It makes all of our presentations look seamless and professional.
- Creating templates - so all pages read the same, and have the same margins, titles, etc.
- Guides - ability to snap items to guides so that images and texts are laid out with equal spacing and setup as a beautiful presentation.
- Packaging - pulling full presentations into a "package" so that all of your image links, fonts, settings are saved, and can easily share among team members.
- Collaboration - it would be great if there was a way to have live collaboration between team members (similar to how microsoft word or google presentations can allow multiple users to modify a document in real time).
- File sizes - sometimes file sizes are too large and it holds up the computer and takes a lot of time to save and share.
- None - I think this is a great tool and use it daily.
- Links to files.
- Templates - for seamless presentations across the board.
- Ability to cleanly line up margins and space items.
- Increased efficiency.
- Sometimes it takes a very long time to package or save, or export to PDF, which kills time.
- Helps with getting awarded projects based on beautiful presentations.
- Microsoft Powerpoint, Google Workspace Essentials (formerly G Suite Essentials) and Canva
Adobe InDesign is much more intuitive to use, and is set up better for beautiful design presentations.
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- Floor plans - color coding etc
- Furniture Boards
- Mood/Inspiration Boards
- Brand Presentations
- Shared collaboration work - when multiple people need to access a file and work on it at the same time
- Documents with a lot of text - better for images only