QuarkXpress is a multi-platform application used for graphic design and desktop publishing. This software provides enhanced user experience and has multi-language user interface to support global users. Along with this, it provides incredible performance as it is powered by Xenon Graphics Engine which makes image editing and processing faster. In addition, it offers you lifetime license and provides efficient customer support. It also has an orthogonal line tool that allows you to create 3D drawings effectively. In addition, it allows you to setup default tool preferences in order to create design quickly and easily.
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Just drag about any picture file in and it is compatible then you print the page to PDF, easy to learn.
Glitches and crashes when working within columns and text with xtags.
Easy and inexpensive page layout software. Any image is compatible just have a source folder. Very cool font and transparency functions. Love the shadow and border options
Design and page layout.
Discovering Quark Xpress 2018 has been like opening a beautiful Pandora’s Box of hidden treasures. Transformative and revelatory in equal measure. Thank you Quark.
Kind regards, Mike Lethby
The (now long forgotten) years of Quark losing its former No 1 position to competitors. But now it's back, it's beautiful and it's intuitively refreshing.
Forget the old clichés about Quark being slow at responding to design trends. It may have been true once, but the company shows a refreshing attitude these days that is re-orienting its market leadership.
A seamless integration of multi-platform media, with the power of content automation, that allows much more advanced and logical solutions to a host of design problems. The benefits come in terms of time saved, and thoughts focused, for everyone on a team with responsibility for the productivity and effectiveness of the chosen route/s of communication.
QuarkXPress offers many options for design, work with text and images. I love having everything in one place. Change the size of the pages when necessary, the gradations, the HTML options are excellent. Quark is an excellent way to put together the pages of newspapers. It is easy to design sharp and award-winning pages. There are so many useful functions that help the creator of the pages, and it is a quick program once you learn all the nuances. I like the pretty simple interface and the ease of use after getting acquainted with some tutorials and practical design projects. I love that QuarkXPulse does what I need and does it well.
I think the latest Adobe integrations can be annoying and, for my purposes, not so useful. Character of complete levels of transparency and does not have photo stratification capabilities, such as opacities and layer modes. It also includes a menu of information sources, so you can not see the style of the font that is used up to what has been selected at this time. Quark is also a bit unstable at times. Prone to accidents.
QuarkXPress is a great product, its work is recommended in the creative field. It can be used for printing and digital design. QuarkXPress is an easy-to-use interface with a variety of tools and options that allow users to create designs, as well as a wide variety of platforms. You have total control over the elements of the design and can incorporate many different elements. With its simple conversion and import, you can work on a variety of file types and incorporate many elements in one piece.
He is using Quark for a long time and I am very used to this software. I have tried other softwares, but for me they just do not have the same feeling or great function that Quark has, and after a few hours of experimentation, I thought we should continue using and going back to what I know. QuarkXPress has all the features we need to do our projects, but some of the limitations of QuarkXPress negatively affected the final product, however, with some tutorials we have achieved the result we wanted.
It is an essential and useful tool to create design in a free and very useful and practical way. I love your technical support because it is fast and very useful
some new features that have come with the updates can be tedious and complex to manage, that has been my main drawback with this tool
It is a good option to create different designs in a very practical and useful way of managing, thus achieving a greater and broader scope at a business level.
Quark does actually make a good product. It is simple for the beginner to graphics layout. The tools buttons are large and easy to find. It is great for newcomers to the print industry.
Quark is not widely used anymore by large print firms or graphics houses. InDesign has taken over the field of page layout and design. We only use Quark for older files and emergency purposes. We have a copy just in case a customer submits a Quark doc. (which is very rare)
I used Quark the other day to rescue a file that was over 10 years old. It saved us from having to completely rebuild a large print project.
I made my high school yearbook using this software that is classic.
there's nothing I dislike about quarkexpress, its simple to use and efficient.
desktop publishing and art direction for large publications
The simplicity of the user interface. Which makes the program easy to use.
Limitations that I encounter when exporting documents from the program such as issues that present themselves when applying certain design features such as gradients to a document.
Great alternative to InDesign. You will need other photo editing software however.
Different designs and layouts. Quark is a great alternative to InDesign and works well at accomplishing what we need.
I like the automation features such as master pages and content variables. Edit once, update everywhere.
Crash, crash, crash. When I pay $800 for software in 2018, I expect it to run. Quark doesn't. Simple operations like pressing Ctrl+Z or switching focus to another program frequently trigger crashes. This is all on a modern PC purchased in the last year which runs InDesign just fine. The user interface has odd behavior when switching between desktop programs, and the interface flashes as you move things around. A simple page with maybe 30 elements on in will scroll slowly, while InDesign scrolls smooth on the same conditions. No simple way to send Quark feedback (hence me coming to this random review site to give my feedback.)
If you decide to go this way, back up all your stuff. Skim the guide on their web site to make sure you catch all the cool features. Quark's flashing interface and constant crashing will make you pull your hair out, so consider working with a friend by your side so you don't feel like you're losing your mind..
Creating technical user manuals for food processing equipment. Automatic section and subsection titles at the top of the page are easy to create. Powerful tools for paragraph style sheets let us achieve a manual that looks up to par with industry standards.
Typography has always been easier to control in Quarkxpress. Also being able to import pdfs and vectors and editing them within Quark is a massive timesaver. I find I'm not jumping back and forth from Quark to Illustrator since the introduction of editing vectors within Quark, it's a massive timesaver. I generally find it more intuitive than Indesign (I also have to use Indesign as some of our bigger clients insist) and it's all round general performance is better and faster than Indesign. I personally wouldn't use anything else if I wasn't made to.
The updater kicking you out of whatever app you are working in. The lack of background outputting/printing. I think that tables could still be improved and setting application default preferences has taken a big step backward for objects and type boxes although I can see why they have done what they have. Just need to be able to set runaround preferences in the default preferences pane. These are all small niggles though and general performance is greatly improved over previous versions.
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We personally find it speeds up our workflow compared to doing the same jobs in Indesign. We design all of our clients printed material in QuarkXpress unless told otherwise. We're are currently learning the digital side of Quarkxpress.
Its familiar for me. short cuts are embeded in my flow, so its tough to switch to InDesign. They basically do the same things as a solo designer.
Used it since its inception, but do to cost of the software and constant updates requiring new purchases, much more cost effective to use Adobe.
Most of the world is using InDesign these days, so if you work with outside sources for files or are required to edit others work, you might want to consider the alternative.
Quarkexpress lets me design and layout print advertising for all sorts of media.