Is InDesign Output Intended for Print or Web? Markzware CEO Patrick Marchese asks

Patrick Marchese, CEO and co-founder of Markzware, asks about InDesign output on the Markzware User Group on LinkedIn for prepress, publishing and graphic design:

“When creating within Adobe InDesign, is the intended output for Print? or Web?”

Is Adobe InDesign Output Intended for Print or Web? asks Patrick Marchese

Markzware saw this interesting response from a typesetter:

Marcus Stringer, owner, Midland Typesetters, on Adobe InDesign Output for Print or Web“Nine times out of ten, the output is for Print (books), but more and more, with the onset of eBooks, the whole process is flipped on its head, especially when creating files for ePub as well as print.  The whole process changes…and not for the better either… so to answer the Question. It is now 50% both print and web.
Source: http://www.linkedin.com/groupAnswers?viewQuestionAndAnswers=&discussionID=20756138&gid=70725

Come join discussions about InDesign output or just leave a comment below. We would love your feedback regarding your InDesign output intentions! We also invite you to join the Markzware User Group on LinkedIn at:
http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Markzware-User-Group-Graphic-Design-70725

Whether you create output for print or web, make sure that you preflight DTP layouts with Markzware FlightCheck, of course. You can buy this preflight solution via the FlightCheck page.

Is InDesign Output Intended for Print or Web? Markzware CEO Patrick Marchese asks

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