Years before InDesign Magazine and InDesignSecrets.com, ‛papillon’ (butterfly in French language) was the only printed magazine completed dedicated to Adobe InDesign. Its aim was to demonstrate the superiority of Adobe's page-layout application (starting from v2) over the legendary QuarkXPress.
‛papillon’ contained tutorials of the most advanced InDesign features and was considered the most impressive technical publication on publishing at that time. For instance, every image composition was completely made in InDesign; Photoshop and Illustrator were almost never used.
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