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snkart
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Hi everybody! I want to make a brochure design and i was thinking of making it in photoshop, because i don’t really know indesign. Do you think it ok? Share your opinions please! Thanks!!!

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drawvisuals
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Hi snk-artwork,

Sure, it´s fine!

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snkart
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Hi snk-artwork, Sure, it´s fine!
I mean will it be underrated because it is in photoshop or it won’t sale?
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Sealord
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There are top seller brochures here on the marketplace which are only PSD /JPEG …try it and see how it sells.

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chrisatlemon
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I would even say that PS will sell better because more customers will be able to use it. Even though IDD is the professional editorial design tool you have to remember that people who buy your designs may not be design savvy or have training with IDD and/or illustrator.

In that sense you can’t go wrong with PS.

Cheers

Chris

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gbs
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It’s easier for me to make it in AI and INDD personally, but I believe whatever you make, a PSD version is a good thing because most buyers have Photoshop only :)

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