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Whats up,

I need to create a design brief. And i want it to look good.

Attached is a page from a PDF example i found.

Can someone tell me how they think it was made.... InDesign or something?

 

peace

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i thought in design is for layout.

 

i think the actual building was made in another program. im not an interior design major at my school so im not too sure on what programs they use man... sorry.

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and if it needs to be professional i think you need to know that industry and what you are presenting or else you are gonna get a lot of questions for things you might now know about.. "i dont know" doesnt look good.

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Sorry, I wasnt very clear.

Its for a university submission

I meant the layout of the text and images.

 

I got the content side of things sorted and I can do any drawing or 3d modelling fairly easily.

 

I just want to create a decent layout so that I can present the text and images side by side.

I could do it in photoshop but I'm sure theres a better/faster way.

 

I basically want to do something a bit nicer looking than a written report with photos, done on Word.

Was wondering if Indesign is the kind of thing i would need to learn or how people who do this shit would do it?

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^ Yeah didnt even think about using a template. Found a decent 'manual' template on Indesign that I think I can make work. Thanks.

 

Anyone else got any advice, let me know....

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use in-design, set up 2 or 3 different master pages and use those as templates. use paragraph styles as well to make your paragraph and text styles consistent.

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