What software to create documentation anddeliverables? What are you using?

20 Apr 2005 - 8:03am
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Jerry John
2004

hey actually for this - i'm using a combination of InDesign and Illustrator;
with illustrator your can have groups of UI components that when used in a
standard canvas, works great for low fidelity prototyping - who says it
needs to be quick and dirty ! ;)

- jerry

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On Apr 20, 2005, at 2:03 AM, subimage interactive wrote:

> What software is everyone out there using to create documents for this
> type of stuff? I'm still using ol' MS Word, but it just seems
> inefficient, bloated, and unsuited for this type of work.

I've moved almost completely over to InDesign for these types of
documents. It handles text really well.

Now if only there was an InDesign library of UI widgets...

Dan

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