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Old 12-05-2011, 10:09 PM
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Thumbs down Corel Draw or Photoshop ?

Hey Friends !!

Please suggest me which Graphic Design Application is best suited for creating Flyers, Brochures and Business Cards
Thanks in Advance
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for the graphics on the Flyers, Brochures and Business Cards id use Photoshop or perhaps GIMP(FREE). but to actually make the Flyers, Brochures and Business Cards id use something like Microsoft Publisher or Scribus(FREE)
 
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Are you wanting Professional grade software or DIY software?
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Professional !! Having a doubt tat which app wil be best suited for such things..BTW may i please know what is DIY software ?
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DIY = Do It Yourself

There are lots of home usage programs available in the software section of your computer store but if you are wanting this stuff printed professionally then they would probably get really upset with you.

You could get Corel and Full Adobe products there also most likely.

If the plan is to do this professionally why not check out the local print houses and see what programs they support. That would help determine which to buy.

You might want to look at Quark also.

FYI: The people I know who do this professionally use Adobe Illustrator (I think) and Quark.

http://www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite.html
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This two are using different techniques.
Corel Draw is working with vectors and this type of image will always be cleared. But it does not have as many effects and editing options as Photshop for an image. You need to use Corel Draw for what are you trying to create.
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If you are Corel Draw expert then Corel is best in clean printing and effect. But if you are a newbie then try Photoshop it Easy and satisfactory.
 
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DIY = Do It Yourself

There are lots of home usage programs available in the software section of your computer store but if you are wanting this stuff printed professionally then they would probably get really upset with you.

You could get Corel and Full Adobe products there also most likely.

If the plan is to do this professionally why not check out the local print houses and see what programs they support. That would help determine which to buy.

You might want to look at Quark also.

FYI: The people I know who do this professionally use Adobe Illustrator (I think) and Quark.

http://www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite.html
Yeah !! Thanks a lot for your suggestion..having all the adobe latest products
but not getting any idea on which app should i work..Now i think so i am getting some clear idea on it..Sure will plan for it as you said
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I remember at the beginning i was using Corel as my graphic editor-that was around 5-6 years ago. But Photoshop now has all that i need to offer....
 
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Photoshop without a doubts. It has many great functions and options much more and more useful than in CoreD. I prefer Pshop , no really use it..
...i've just thought...why not to use both for different types of work?
 
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both are good buddy bt for cards and all corel is more helpful 4 u then photosop.
 
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For the business cards, I highly recommend Photoshop. It is much better in making the entire product look more polished.
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Photoshop will get it done!
 
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adobe Photoshop
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Here you go Bensonbravo,
Freelance Switch has this article today: 15+ Best Desktop Publishing Resources and Beginner Tips

(Photoshop is not mentioned in this article. But I do stand corrected, it is Adobe InDesgin not Illustrator that pros use)
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Photoshop is best and latest designing tool which have some more feature and options. Its also most demanding software which recommended by designer.
 
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I usually use adobe Photoshop, I suggest this to you.
 
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As a web designer I suggest you use adobe photoshop, it's the best web designing software for me and been using it for 5 years now.
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As a web designer I suggest you use adobe photoshop, it's the best web designing software for me and been using it for 5 years now.
But.... we aren't discussing web design. We are discussing print.
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I'd say InDesign and Illustrator and Photoshop. I've seen some print houses still using Corel but Adobe is an industry standard. Even Quark is starting to go away.
 
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